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Research Project Title:
Unknowability, otherness, coercion, and LGBTQ+ identity
Principal investigator: Dr. Darrin Rogers, Psychology Department. (716) 673-3129
The purpose of this research is to study potential relationships between attitudes about bisexual women and other factors, including sexual coerciveness toward LGBTQ+ individuals.
Participation in this study is
and is expected to last 10-20 minutes. You will be asked to view read two brief hypothetical scenarios and respond to some questions about the issues touched on in the scenarios and related topics.
Risks and Benefits:
The risks associated with your participation are estimated to be minimal. Although there are some personal questions in this survey, it is completely anonymous—we cannot find out any participant’s identity by looking at the answers. If you experience distress as a result of your participation, please feel free to stop at any time by simply closing your web browser. You will not be penalized in any way for stopping.
Benefits to you might include increased personal insight, or simply knowing what it is like to participate in psychological survey research. At a more general level, the data you provide may be beneficial in adding to psychologists’ understanding of how college students think about topics like sexual orientation, gender identity, sexual coercion, etc.
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Questions & Contact
If you have any questions regarding the procedures, please contact Dr. Darrin Rogers at 716-673-3896.
If you have concerns or are unclear about your rights as a subject, contact the Chair of the Institutional Review Board. You can contact this person through the Office of Sponsored Research, State University of New York at Fredonia, located on the 2nd floor of Thompson Hall (716-673-3528).
The Institutional Review Board, of the State University of New York at Fredonia has determined that this research meets the criteria for human subjects according to Federal guidelines.
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