Research studies for people without a mental illness
Our studies range from new and exciting treatments to online questionnaires, e-mental health tools and phone interviews.
Chief Investigator: Quincy Wong
Many people that experience a mental illness change their daily activities. These behavioural changes can be detected by sensors embedded in smartphones. We are currently testing the Socialise app developed by the Black Dog Institute to find out if a smartphone app can help the detection and diagnosis of mental illness.
Burnout online study
Chief Investigator: Professor Gordon Paker
Whether you are working, retired, studying or responsible for home/care duties, you may be currently feeling burnt out. If so, you are invited to participate in research aiming to clarify the nature of burnout, as well as to develop a tool to accurately measure the condition.
Chief Investigator: Dr Aliza Werner-SeidlerMany teenagers experience difficulties falling or staying asleep. Most get less than the recommended 8-10 hours of sleep each night. We are currently trialing the Sleep Ninja app developed by the Black Dog Institute to find out if a mobile phone app can help improve sleep in young people.
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