School of Psychology - Research & Industry - Featured Projects - The impact of creative leisure pursuits on mental wellness and life satisfaction

Login to the School of Psychology

Featured Project - The impact of creative leisure pursuits on mental wellness and life satisfaction

Our leisure activities are essentially a form of play. There is no pressure, no one telling us what to do and we can be as imaginative as we like. You may have already experienced some of the benefits of participating in a creative leisure activity.

The impact of creative leisure pursuits on mental wellness and life satisfaction

What is this study about?

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between creative leisure pursuits and how they impact on mental wellness and life satisfaction.

Who can participate in this study?

Anyone over the age of 18 years is welcome to participate.

What does participation involve?

This study involves completing an online questionnaire that asks about the leisure activities you have participated in during the past two months, about your emotional state and how satisfied you are with life.

Participation in this study is anonymous and voluntary. While you will be asked to identify with a number of demographic categories (age range, income range and gender etc) you will not be asked to provide any identifiable information such as your name, date of birth or contact details.

You can participate by completing the questionnaire in the link below:

This study is being conducted by Ros Herriman (rosslyn.herriman@uqconnect.edu.au), under the supervision of Dr Pieter Rossouw and has been cleared in accordance with the ethical review processes of the University of Queensland. Ethical Clearance Number: 14-PSYCH-MAPP-23-JS

Accessed: 1670 times
Created: Monday, 7th July 2014 by uqntiong
Modified: Monday, 7th July 2014 by uqpjack1
Psychology News, Events & Publications RSS 2.0 Feed School of Psychology on Facebook School of Psychology on Twitter School of Psychology on Google Plus School of Psychology on Linkedin School of Psychology on YouTube
Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Share this page on Google Plus Share this page on Linkedin