Researcher Seeks Sibling-Loss Survivors

Kaitlin Carrozza, a doctoral student at Loyola University in Maryland, is completing her dissertation on sibling loss, and she’d like your help with her study.

The current study investigates individuals’ pattern of relating to others, how they cope following the death of a sibling, and their relationship satisfaction.  If you have experienced the death of a sibling, and are interested in expanding our knowledge about the experience of sibling loss, then you would be a good candidate to complete this survey.

The following link will take you directly to the survey, where more information about your participation in the study will be provided.  Take the survey.

Please know that if you decide to participate in the study, your participation is voluntary and you may exit the survey at any time.  You must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

If you have any questions, contact  kecarrozza@loyola.edu.

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  • Stanley Lee says:

    Its is very hard to ignore the relationship of a sibling that was once very close to you and in time that is already lost, I have an experience to that and until up to know I still am remembering the good old days that we have. I really love to help you, Where can I possibly reach you?

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