Research Participants Needed for Project on Sexual Attitudes

A research study invites people who are at least 18 years old and in a committed sexual relationship to participate in a study. We are interested in learning how to best ask people questions about their sexual attitudes and experiences.

If you participate, you will take a brief survey on a computer and then meet with a researcher to discuss your thoughts on the questions. This session will take about an hour and a half, and you will receive a $20 Amazon e-gift card for your participation.

Please email Malachi Willis (mw038@uark.edu) if you would like to participate in this study or if you have any questions. Spaces are limited!

Contacts

Malachi Willis, doctoral candidate
Health, Human Performance and Recreation
803-716-1021, mw038@uark.edu

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