Paprika’s Master’s Thesis and How You Can Help!


Crista has written 23 posts on Salty Running.

I'm currently a graduate student in Clinical Psychology (trying to earn that Ph.D!), freelance creative writer, aspiring ultrarunner, part-time Vegan (and part-time In & Out and Sushi lover), acoustic guitar player and crafter of cute things (like crocheted owls). I like to tackle life head on. I like to learn. And I'm not afraid to make mistakes.

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Hello Salty readers!

I’ve missed you all! As I explained in my last post on Salty Running, I have been  knee-deep working on my Master’s Thesis in Psychology for the past few months and the time has come for the much-anticipated data collection. This is one of the most important parts of my thesis, where I get feedback from you about your running behaviors, well-being, and personality types! Your participation is completely voluntary (and anonymous!) and will help expand on previous research investigating the impact of a natural environment, running distance, and flow on a runner’s levels of well-being!

The survey takes under 20 minutes to complete, and I will be forever grateful for your help!

Here is a link to the survey:

Many thanks,

Crista (Paprika)

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  1. bethp262 says:

    I completed your survey but I was a little confused on question 30 (I’m pretty sure that was the question–either that one or 31) Anyway, it seemed the responses were not worded consistently with what the question was asking. It was asking how strongly you feel about something but the response options were based on frequency of an activity. Unless I just read it wrong–but you may want to take a look at it!
    Good luck on your thesis!

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