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Old 05-25-2014, 12:58 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Hello mothers!

I am conducting my thesis on experiences of cooperation and competition among mothers for my MSc in Developmental Psychopathology at Durham University (UK). Mothering behaviors are so complex and the research in competitive and cooperative experiences in humans is limited. I am looking for participation from mothers who have at least one school-aged child (has already begun primary school). The questionnaire should take a maximum of 10 minutes to complete and if you want to follow up on the findings I would be more than happy to inform you.

I need 70 more participants so I would really appreciate if anyone who can spare five minutes fills it out :)

https://www.survey.bris.ac.uk/durham/eccam2

Thank you! :)

Laurel Korologou-Linden
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Hello again,

This is a link that will give you an idea of the research in the area and the gap in literature. It is a short paper by Fisher & Moule (2013), titled: A New Direction for Intrasexual Competition Research: Cooperative Versus Competitive Motherhood.

If you take part and are interested for a taste of what has already been done in the literature here you go:

http://shell.newpaltz.edu/jsec/artic...r_Vol7Iss4.pdf

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