In this research project we aim to find out what kind of changes young adults with an increased risk for psychopathology will experience in terms of mental health. We choose to investigate this in a population of young adults because early adulthood is a critical life period during which many changes occur that may influence the development of mental health issues.
The way in which this project collects data is somewhat different from the other two TRANS-ID projects. The diary measurements are less frequent, but will take place over a longer period. Participants in this project are only asked to fill out a diary questionnaire once a day, instead of 5 times over the course of the day. The data collection period is 6 months. The diary questions pertain to feelings and mood, behaviors and daily circumstances.
Our target population
This research project does not recruit people from the general population, and participation is only possible upon invitation by the researcher.