Military Belongingness and Post-traumatic Growth Study - James Madison University

Dear Student Veteran, My name is Chauncy Brinton, a psychology doctoral candidate at James Madison University, an OEF veteran, and a member of the Student Veterans of America, JMU Chapter. I obtained your email address from the SVA public website and I’m seeking participants for my dissertation, entitled “Military Belongingness and Post-traumatic Growth. This important online study is designed to help veterans and military policy makers better understand what helps service members grow in the aftermath of a crisis or challenge. Would you be willing to forward this request for participants to the veterans on your campus? Participants must have served in the US military (any branch of service to include Public Health Service) for at least two years active duty or in the active reserves. As an incentive to participate, participants can enter their email address into a drawing for one of four $50 Amazon gift cards. Names will not be collected and all other information will be kept confidential. To participate, click below or copy link: http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_b8BIOJKkSifbRYx This study was approved by James Madison University’s Institutional Review Board (effective 2/27/2015, protocol assigned No. 15-0401). Please see the attached informed consent for primary investigator, faculty advisor, and JMU IRB contact information. Thank you for your time, and I look forward to your contribution to this exciting study. Very Respectfully,

Chauncy Brinton, MA, CPT

Clinical Psychology Doctoral Intern James Madison University

Madigan Army Medical Center Joint Base Lewis McChord Tacoma, WA 98431 Phone: 801-358-1659

Consent to Participate Form, click below or copy link:

http://eclassroom.henley-putnam.edu/pluginfile.php/76510/mod_hsuforum/attachment/16156/Consent%20to%20Participate%20in%20Research%20%281%29.pdf

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