Volunteers needed for Men’s Disclosure Experiences study!
You may be eligible to participate in a research study if you:
· Were biological male at birth and currently identify as male;
· Are age 19 or older;
· Self-identify as a sexual minority (e.g., identify as gay, bisexual, queer);
· Have experienced an unwanted or violent sexual experience as an adult (there will be brief survey questions regarding this experience);
· Have told someone else about an unwanted sexual experience (e.g., doctor, therapist, police officer, family member, friend);
· Are willing to discuss the experiences of telling someone else about an unwanted sexual experience in a private, one-on-one interview that is audio-recorded.
The study involves answering some screening questions (see below) to determine eligibility, and then a one hour one-on-one Skype interview , if you are eligible.
Interview will include questions about your sexual orientation; unwanted or violent sexual experiences; what it was like to disclose these assaults to others; and your current mental and physical health. Interview participants will be compensated with a $30 Amazon giftcard for their time.
To complete the screening survey online, please click on the “Start Here” button below.
To complete the screening survey by phone, or for additional information on the study, please contact Michelle Jackson at (617) 506-3765 or email@example.com.
This study is offered through the Department of Psychology at Suffolk University.
Michelle Jackson, M.A.
Susan Orsillo, Ph.D.
Hey Couples — You’re invited to participate in a research study from the University of Rochester Relationships Lab.
If you and your partner are dating, partnered, or married, and 18 or older, the University of Rochester Relationships Lab invites you and your partner to participate in an online survey regarding the sexual activities that couples enjoy.
Receive optional feedback on how similar your preferences are, and how accurately you know what each other likes.
This study has been approved by the University of Rochester’s Institutional Review Board.
I am currently researching the differences between gay and straight males and their online dating experiences. I am currently a senior Psychology major at Knox College in Galesburg, IL.
In order to participate in the study the only requirements are:
1) You must be MALE.
2) You must have PREVIOUSLY USED ONLINE DATING WEBSITES.
Thank you for contributing your responses!
I am investigating the coping patterns, satisfaction, and stress within romantic relationships in lesbians, gay males, and transgendered individuals through a survey format. This anonymous online survey takes 5-10 minutes to complete. Participants must be in a committed romantic relationship that has lasted for at least 6 months and must be at least 18 years or older. I am hoping that this data will one day be used to inform public opinion and policy. Also, this research will help clinicians continue to provide evidence-based treatment to couples in need. The LGBTQ community is an under-researched population and this research helps to fill in some gaps that currently exist.
Hi. My name is Chrystal Rahmani, M.A. and I am a Ph.D student in Clinical Psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Los Angeles. Gay and bisexual men 18 years of age and older are needed for an online study that will assess various life experiences, including any history of stressful life events, responses to such events, and sexual behaviors. In order to participate in the study, you must:
1) Be 18 years of age or older
2) Identify as a gay or bisexual male
3) Have had some form of sexual activity with another person within the last 30 days
4) Have Internet access and
5) Must currently live in the United States
Participation in this study is completely voluntary and anonymous. At the end of the study you may choose to enter into an optional raffle for one of three $50 Visa gift cards.
We are a group of researchers at Towson University seeking to survey sexual minority individuals for a study investigating experiences and expression of sexual orientation. This research has been approved by the Towson University Institutional Review Board.
After completing this online survey participants may enter a raffle for a $25 giftcard from Amazon.com. A third-party is administering the prize so that all survey responses are completely confidential.
To take this survey you must not identify as heterosexual, be at least 18 years of age and live in the U.S.
Please follow the link to begin the survey!
To date, a great deal of literature has shown that female mate preferences vary across the menstrual cycle. For example, literature suggests that at particular times of the cycle women prefer greater masculinity in their partner. In spite of the growing literature on this topic, little research has investigated how preferences vary across the menstrual cycle among homosexual women. The aim of this study is to do just that.
To take part in this research you must be female and identify as homosexual. You need not currently be in a romantic relationship.
If you choose to take part in this research you will be asked to complete three short questionnaires on different days.
The first questionnaire can be completed immediately and will take under 5 minutes. It will ask you to report basic demographic information and information about your menstrual cycle stage and hormonal contraceptive pill use. You will also be asked to leave an email address which we can contact you at for the duration of the study.
After the completion of your first questionnaire, based on your reported menstrual cycle stage, we will email you at two points of interest in the following month and ask that you to complete a series of questionnaire items.
The second and third questionnaires will take 20 minutes and will ask you to report information with respect to the dynamics of your romantic relationship, your sexual function, your attitudes towards sex, personality, jealousy, dominance and competitive behaviour. Following this you will be asked to rate the attractiveness of a series of male and female faces. You will also be presented with pairs of faces and asked to indicate which individual is more attractive.
If at any time during this research you feel uncomfortable you are free to withdraw your participation. You are also free to skip any questions you feel uncomfortable answering. All participation is voluntary.
Note that upon completion of this study your data will be made confidential by deleting the email you provided from our data.
If you have any questions please contact Kelly Cobey (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This research study is concerned with perceived parenting styles and sexual orientation. We are seeking to discover if parenting style, as reported from your viewpoint, has an impact on certain aspects of sexual orientation.
Andrew Bauerband, a graduate student in experimental psychology at Towson University, is conducting research on thoughts about sexual orientation for a Master’s thesis, and currently recruiting people to take an online survey. To participate you must be 18 years or older, live in the United States, and identify as a sexual minority (anyone who does not identify with a heterosexual orientation).
An LGBQ individual’s thoughts about their sexual orientation may help researchers understand ways in which a sexual minority conceptualizes and processes their identity. This study seeks to develop a way for researchers to reliably interpret differences in how a person views their sexual orientation. The online survey takes about 20 minutes to complete and asks you to rate how often you think about certain things. This study has been approved by Towson University’s Institution Review Board for the protection of human participants.
Please follow the link below to complete the survey and feel free to pass this link along to any friends who you think may be interested!
An online study is being conducted which investigates how we decide how physically attractive another person’s face is.
The online study is completely voluntary and anonymous; no identifying information will be collected from you. It will take approximately one hour of your time to complete and you may freely withdraw at any time. Once you have completed the study, you can choose to be entered into a draw to win a $50 iTunes gift card.
This research has been approved by the Charles Sturt Universityâ’s Human Research Ethics Committee. This study is being conducted by psychology honours student researcher Tessa Iannelli under the supervision of Dr. Danielle Sulikowski at Charles Sturt University. If you have any questions or concerns about the study, please feel free to contact Dr. Danielle Sulikowski at email@example.com.
If you are over the age of 18 and are interested in participating please click on the link.