Adolescent Problem Solving
Researchers at the University of Minnesota are conducting a study to develop a measure of adolescents’ interpersonal problem-solving.
Both depressed and healthy teens, ages 12-18, will be asked to watch vignettes, give feedback and solutions to common teenage problems. Participation in the study takes about 2 hours.
The study takes place at the University of Minnesota.
- Ages 12-18
- both depressed and healthy