Palo Alto University Research: Survey- Parenting

Researchers & Authors Seeking Parents/Kids
SF Bay Area
All Ages

Dear Berkeley Parent's Network, 

My name is Colin Holtzinger, I am a psychology doctoral candidate at PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. Consortium, and I am writing my dissertation on parenting.  I am interested in learning how to better support parents.  I am offering an opportunity for you and your partner to contribute to parenting research by completing a short survey about parenting. 

If you meet the following criteria you can participate in this research study:

1.) You are a parent. 

2.) You are currently living with your parenting partner, and

3.) You are currently raising at least one or more children (under the age of 18) with your parenting partner. 

Reward and Confidentiality:  We will compensate you with a $10 electronic gift card for participating in our survey, that will be delivered on or before June 30th, 2020. The survey should take you between 30-60 minutes to complete.  You do not have to answer all or any of the questions to receive the reward.  We will collect some identifying information about you: if you would like the $10 electronic gift card, we will need your email address.  We will also ask for your partner’s email address so we can forward them their specific link to this survey. If your partner follows this link and completes their survey, they will be rewarded with a $10 electronic gift card as well.  Besides email addresses, we will not know whose survey responses belong to whom and will not provide this information to anyone, including you and your partner, even if you both request to have your responses provided.  There is no "Save" option, so you must complete the survey in one sitting.  Your participation is completely voluntary.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email Colin Holtzinger at colin3 [at]  

Here is the link to the survey:

Parenting Research Survey

If you have any questions, feel free to reach me at colin3 [at]

Your time is appreciated.

Thank You,

Colin Holtzinger

Colin Holtzinger
colin3 [at]