CURRENT & RECENT PROJECTS
The 2015 Perfusionist Salary Study (Research Study)
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FACES OF HPPD (Research Study)
Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder (HPPD) is an underreported and often misdiagnosed psychiatric and neurological medical disorder that afflicts past users of illegal recreational hallucinogenic drugs. HPPD is characterized by severe (and often permanent) visual and perceptual symptoms that compromise the daily lives of sufferers. Research shows it takes an average of six different doctor visits until a patient's diagnosis is made. The complexities of this condition combined with the lack of specialists to treat HPPD spur serious concerns for the future of a growing population of sufferers. It is a priority for practitioners to become aware of recent and abundant medical research on the topic of HPPD so they can properly diagnosis and address the needs of their patients. Please visit www.facesofhppd.com for details about this research.
The Love Survey
The Survey on Intimacy, Passion, and Commitment is CLOSED to new submissions.
In 2011, I received my PhD in General Psychology from Capella University after completing my research/dissertation. My research was a national study of couples in a romantic relationship which measured intimacy, passion, and commitment) and how they relate to satisfaction. Findings are published within Proquest database (in process) as a dissertation, accessed through many libraries and universities. Many thanks to all who participated. I had over 1,000 participants. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
copyright 2012 Doreen Lewis, PhD