Looking for a much-needed distraction from work? Or just trying to find a fun way to kill a few minutes online? Consider putting this time to good use by making an important contribution to the science of sex. Below are links to a series of sex studies conducted by me or one of my esteemed research collaborators. Each study has a different focus and you are eligible to participate in as many or as few as you would like, assuming that you meet the relevant selection criteria (please note that you must be age 18 or older to participate in any of these studies). Any help you can provide by participating or spreading the word is greatly appreciated and will help to advance our scientific understanding of human sexuality.
- Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors - This survey is open to anyone, regardless of gender or sexual identity and relationship status. You will be asked questions about your sexual history, attitudes, and functioning.
- Attitudes Toward Sexual Relationships – You must currently be involved in some type of sexual relationship in order to participate. You will be asked a series of questions about your relationship(s) and sexual attitudes.
- Survey of Men Who Have Sex With Men – This survey is open to men who have sex with other men, regardless of their sexual identity and relationship status. You will be asked questions about your sexual history and current sexual practices.
- Consensual Non-monogamy – This study is open to persons involved in any type of consensual, nonexclusive intimate relationship(s). You will be asked questions about your relationship beliefs, practices, and desires.
Already participated in these studies? Check out The Psychology of Human Sexuality’s Reader Survey.
Also, if you’re curious about the results of any of these studies, visit the blog regularly or subscribe to the RSS feed. Results will be covered here when they become available.
Image Source: iStockphoto.com