University of Maastricht - LGBT research regarding jealousy in relationships of LGBT couple

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University of Maastricht - LGBT research regarding jealousy in relationships of LGBT couple

We've received below request from Dr. Karlijn Massar at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands asking if our members would like to spend 10 minutes to answer a questionnaire regarding jealousy in relationships of LGBT couples.

If you want to answer this please visit http://bit.ly/J2Y6J2

The questionnaire is in English.

Costas

 


Dear LGBT group, welcome to this study!

The aim of the present study was to gain more insight into, broadly speaking, relationship dynamics. This means we are interested in anything to do with the relationships between men and women, and, in the current study, in the relationships between men and men, and between women and women. Although there is much research on relationship dynamics of heterosexual men and women, the relationship dynamics of homosexual men and women are still understudied. Therefore we conduct the current study to paint a more complete picture of human mating and relationship dynamics, including perceptions of infidelity and jealousy.

We would be grateful if you would help us to spread the study link between your members either by posting the questionaire link on your website or sending it to your mailing list. This questionaire is in english, as soon as we can, we will send more links in which the questionaire will be given in other languages such as: spanish, french, italian...

Responses will be fully anonymous.

Thanks a lot in advance!

The researchers from Maastricht University:

 

Dr. Karlijn Massar
Manuel Alonso Escribano
Stefan Gruijters

LINK TO QUESTIONAIRE: http://bit.ly/J2Y6J2


Manuel Alesander Alonso Escribano
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Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience
Maastricht University

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