Death Anxiety, Perfectionism, and Eating Attitudes and Behaviours

1. Your name, academic institution and contact details

Kristina Le Marne, Australian College of Applied Psychology, OR

2. Name of Chief Investigator

Kristina Le Marne

3. Name of University Supervisor

Dr Vanessa Beavan

4. The name of your project and a brief synopsis

‘Death Anxiety, Perfectionism and Eating Attitudes and Behaviours’

This project consists of an online survey which, as part of my Masters Thesis, aims to explore the relationship between several mental health and well-being factors, such as self-esteem, perfectionism, death-related anxiety and eating attitudes and behaviours. On completing the survey, participants are invited to enter a draw to win one of four $100 JB HI-FI vouchers.

5. Recruitment details – who are you looking for

Are you over 18 years of age, and living in Australia? If so, you are invited to participate in a study investigating the relationship between several mental health and well-being variables, such as self-esteem, perfectionism and death-related anxiety, and eating attitudes and behaviours. This study is completely anonymous, and consists of an online survey containing 76 questions. It should not take more than 10-20 minutes.

On completing the survey, as an offer of appreciation, you will be invited into a prize draw for one of four $100 JB Hi-Fi gift vouchers, by being provided a link to a separate website to enter your email address. This website will be completely detached from your responses on the survey, so that all your answers remain anonymous.

If you are interested in participating in this study, then please click on this link to enter the survey site: You will immediately be directed to an information and consent statement containing further details about the study.

If you would like further information regarding this study, please contact the researchers through the following This research has received full approval from the Human Research Ethics Committee at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, approval number 258210116.

6. Human Research Ethics Approval Number

The Navitas Professional Institute HREC approval number is 258210116.

5. Opening and closing date for recruitment