iMAGine
Motivational Abnormalities Guiding Self-Harm and Binge Eating/Purging

The iMAGine study aims to find out what motivates young people to keep self-harming or binging on food. To investigate this, our study uses a range of computerised tasks and questionnaires. If we know more about the psychological processes motivating these behaviours, we can develop better interventions to help people stop.

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This study will help to improve interventions such as the Imaginator App. Click me to find out more about the app.  

Volunteers wanted !

We are currently recruiting volunteers for our new study at the Hammersmith Hospital campus of Imperial College London.

If you're interested in taking part and you:

  • Are aged 16-25 years old

AND

  • Have no history of mental health issue​

OR

  • Have experiences of self-harm within the past year

Reply to our questionnaire here and we will contact you if you are eligible!

https://imperial.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhcKgbBJtrSxjxQ

You will be reimbursed for your time with a £30-50 voucher usable in most online retailers for your participation.

For any question, please contact us via the "Contact" tab at the top of the page.

ABOUT iMAGine

Find out more about

the iMAGine study here

THE SCIENCE

Find out more about

what we are investigating

ABOUT BINGING

What is binging?

Who does it affect?

ABOUT SELF-HARM

What is self-harm?

Who does it affect?

FINDINGS

Find out about our previous study findings