The OKState Marriage Project
Welcome to the OKState Marriage Project!
If you are married (for any length of time) or are getting married soon and you want to participate or want more information, use the contact button or form below to let us know you're interested. We will contact you to schedule a phone call with you and your spouse!
The OKState Marriage Project is directed by Dr. Juliana French in the Department of Psychology at Oklahoma State University. The goals of our research are to understand how people and their relationships change over time and to better understand what contributes to marital happiness and stability. We hope to advance knowledge on relationships that can help other couples in the future.
You can earn $370 as a couple for completing all parts of the study!
If you are married (or will be married soon) and are interested in participating, we will need to schedule a brief phone conversation with you and your partner to determine your eligibility, discuss study details, and answer your questions.
There are two ways you can schedule an intake phone meeting with us:
If you know your and your partner's availability for a phone call,
click the orange button to the right to directly schedule a meeting
time using our appointment scheduler.
If you are interested but unsure of your availability right now, fill out the contact form below. We will reach out to you via e-mail to schedule a time to call you.
If preferred, you can send us an email at email@example.com
Where we are located:
112 N Monroe St.
Stillwater, OK 74075
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Your privacy is extremely important to us. Any information you provide us with is strictly confidential to the extent permitted by the law.
Only our researchers will have access to your data. All information will be stored on a password-protected computer and/or in a locked filing cabinet within our secure lab facility. Furthermore, your information will be associated with an ID number not your name. In any kind of report we may publish based on our findings, we will not include any information that would make it possible to identify any of our participants.