How well do you and your spouse work together on household chores and projects?
Are you soul mates or sworn enemies? Or do you simply prefer not to work together at all?
West Virginia University psychologist Jennifer Margrett is seeking married couples 40 years of age and older for her study, which will look at all the ways partners work in pairs and solo to solve everyday domestic chores and other tasks.
Its officially known as the Married Adult Teamwork Efforts study, or MATE for short. Couples must currently be living together to be considered.
Couples will answer a brief survey and attend one session together.
To learn more about the MATE study, call graduate assistant Tara Neely at 304-293-2001.