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<p><strong><em>We are actively seeking contributors for this project.</em></strong> If you are interested in becoming a contributor please add your information to <a href="https://osf.io/c4wsh/" rel="nofollow">this document</a> and contact NICE Chair, Kelly Cuccolo, at Kelly.Cuccolo@und.edu. </p> <p><strong>Current contributors:</strong> <strong><em>4.2.19 CONTRIBUTOR UPDATE</em></strong> Instructions for current contributors can be found <a href="https://osf.io/j7ct9/" rel="nofollow">HERE</a></p> <p>Current contributors are tasked with:</p> <ol> <li>writing, and submitting the appropriate documents to their home institution's Institutional Review Board. If you need assistance please check out these <a href="https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11_Bsb87fG65cQclVfSzdosZth9d2iMCq?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow">resource</a>s NICE has, or contact kelly.cuccolo@und.edu. Kelly and Mary's IRBs will be available as <a href="https://osf.io/b7esh/" rel="nofollow">examples</a>. Please submit your documents as soon as possible. </li> <li>Filling out the </li> <li>If you have reached the desired N, creation of a <a href="https://osf.io/xy8ga/" rel="nofollow">forked page</a> for your local sample. To obtain your current N please e-mail kelly.cuccolo@und.edu</li> </ol> <p>Also, please make sure you are a contributor on all five components: 1.) Completed Pre-registration Template, 2.) Methods and Measures 3.) Ethics, irb, 4.) Instructions / next steps for contributors, 5.) Authorship</p> <p><strong>Project Description:</strong> Our first ever CROWD project was proposed by Mary Moussa Rogers and Cliff McKinney of Mississippi State University. This cross-cultural crowd sourced project is focused on investigating if the Circumplex Model of family functioning fits across cross-cultural (e.g., regions of the U.S., European countries, and Hong Kong) samples. This project will also examine the role culture plays in models of family functioning, and outcomes of children. Participants (emerging adults, aged 18 to 25) will be administered a self-report battery via Qualtrics. The self-report battery will assess: the family circumplex model, parent-child relationships, parent discipline, filial piety, cultural orientation, SES, emerging adult adjustment, risky behavior, and substance use. </p> <p><strong>Information for potential contributors:</strong> Contributors are asked to recruit 100 emerging adults and administer the aforementioned self-report battery. Being a CROWD contributor has numerous benefits: authorship on future potential manuscripts, access to the study protocol, access to a large and diverse sample of participants, networking with researchers from around the globe, access to new materials, and of course, NICE support! Contact Chair, Kelly Cuccolo by e-mail at kelly.cuccolo@und.edu with any questions. </p>
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