University of Auckland researchers from the Department of Psychology are conducting a study on attitudes towards genetic testing for unborn babies.
“This research is important as understanding how people feel about whether or not to undertake prenatal genetic testing is crucial in order to assist them through the process. Data collected through this research will provide key information for developing informational materials that can assist individuals in making these important decisions”, says researcher Cecile Muller. Cecile is keen to get a significant number of men into the study as she believes that they are ‘too often understudied’.
The research consists of a short internet-based survey. If you want to participate send a blank email to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will get a reply with the details and a link to the online survey.
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