We are researchers from Middlesex University, Kings College London and Goldsmiths University collaborating on a three year ESRC funded project to develop a new online Computerised Life Event Assessment Record (CLEAR). We hope to develop a new methodology – the Inter-Q – that captures the benefits of both face-to-face and questionnaire approaches to measuring life events.
We also have an International Scientific Advisory Board of academics and clinicians involved in life stress measurement in their longitudinal cohorts or practice to ensure the end product meets the needs of its likely users.Researchers working on the CLEAR project
Our multi-disciplinary research team has extensive expertise in research methodology and life stress and health research.
Principal Investigator – Professor Antonia Bifulco
Co-Investigator – Dr Georgina Hosang
Co-Applicants – Dr Helen Fisher and Professor Anne Farmer
Project co-ordinator – Ruth Spence
Computing Consultants – Professor Mike Smith, Yasaman Soltan-Zadeh Research Consultants – Amanda Bunn, Stephen Nunn
Administrative support – Natasa Blagojevic-Stokic
Professor Jennifer O’Loughlin – University of Montreal, Canada
Dr Claire Haworth – University of Warwick
Dr Nancy Low – McGill University, Canada
Professor Julia Davidson – Middlesex University
Dr Mark Coulson – Middlesex Universi
Dr Matthew Taylor – Institute of Psychiatry