research survey on aapi values

Got this passed along to me a little while ago... Pearl S. Chang, a fourth year doctoral student at the University of Georgia, is trying to get Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to take a survey for her research on AAPI values: The Asian American/ Pacific Islander Values Scale (AAPIVS). Here is some more background information:
Dear Participant,

You are invited to participate in a study investigating value systems in the Asian-American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) population. Any self-identified AAPI or with AAPI heritage, ages 18 and over, are welcome to participate. If you agree to participate, you will be asked to answer a series of question reflecting your values system as part of a larger study to create a measurement scale. Your answers will remain anonymous. The scale consists of 46 items and will take approximately 5-20 minutes to complete. By taking part in this study, your responses may help improve the conceptualization and treatment of AAPI clients in therapy. If you have any questions or concerns, please refer to the informational letter for further contact information. Your help is greatly appreciated.


Thank you,
Pearl S. Chang, M.Ed., M.A.
University of Georgia

Research Supervisor:
Brian Glaser, Ph.D.
It's an online survey of 46 questions, and takes approximately 5-20 minutes to complete -- kind of hefty, but totally do-able. They're aiming for about 300 respondents. How about helping out? To take the survey, go here.

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