Survey: Understanding the Psychological and Emotional Impact of Artistic Creativity
Posted: Nov 12, 2020
On behalf of the Arts for Health Initiative, this survey explores individual processes of meaning-making through artistic creativity and identifying factors contributing to resilience among creative individuals from middle to later life. The results from this project are vital in shaping future psychosocial interventions through creative engagement that fulfill the needs of aging populations.
The following is a Letter of Invitation
I am the principal investigator and researcher at the Lab of Integrative Research on Arts, Mind, and Creativity in Florida. On behalf of the Arts for Health research team, I would like to invite you to participate in this study on artistic creativity and human resilience.
I hope that this survey will allow you to reflect on your self-knowledge about your meaning-making and artistically creative processes, as well as insight about your life experiences, psychological strength, and potential resilience as a function of your life circumstances. There are minimal risks associated with participation in this study. This may include mild emotional discomfort when completing the survey. I anticipate that you will complete this survey in approximately 60 minutes.
You may also forward this email to any individuals who are 40 years old and beyond, and who may find this study of interest.
Here is the URL to enter the study: https://iramc.org/artsforhealth
You can also enter the survey directly through this URL: https://uark.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dg4tMUzdLIeU0p7
If you have any questions regarding this study or what is expected of your voluntary participation, please feel free to contact Dr. Y. Pat Chou at email@example.com or Dr. Angela LaPorte at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you again for your participation.