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 and teens will receive $50.
The study takes place at the University of Minnesota and families will be reimbursed for parking.
If you and your adolescent are interested in learning more about the study, you can call 612-626-7065.
- Ages 12-18
- both depressed and healthy