If you are willing to participate please fill out this form to begin: https://tinyurl.com/LGBProjJK
I am writing to tell you about a volunteer opportunity to participate in a research study. The Gender and Health Lab in the psychology department at The New School for Social Research is looking for volunteers to participate in a study. This study is looking at individuals’ relationships and experiences of their identity regarding sexual orientation. The study includes a 45-60 minute interview via telephone. You will be compensated $15.
You must identify as Lesbian, Gay, or Bisexual(LGB) for your sexual orientation and are between the ages of 18-25 to participate in this study. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. Please inquire by contacting Jeremy Kelleher email: [email protected]
A request for more information does not obligate you to participate in this study.
NOTE: All gender identities, including those who identify as transgender, are encouraged to participate. The focus of this study is on sexual orientation specifically those who identify as Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual(LGB).
If you are eligible and willing to participate in the study, please click the following link to access the survey: https://wsu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_55rBSXMCPcPtTil
We are recruiting participants for a research study on the experiences of gender minority individuals between ages 18-26.
Participants will complete an online survey taking approximately 15 minutes. Completing the anonymous survey will allow participants to sign up for a confidential chance to win one of five $50.00 Amazon gift cards.
Participants must be between 18 and 26 years old, must speak fluent English, and must identify as a gender minority (not cisgender).
All information is kept confidential. Any questions can be sent to Gregory Keiser at [email protected]. This study has been certified exempt for human subjects review by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board.
NEW Pride Agenda is partnering with Columbia University to conduct a study on New York City issues, especially relating to the LGBTQ+ community. You are being asked by the NEW Pride Agenda team to take our 10-minute survey. We are looking for responses from people aged 18 and older in New York City, regardless of sexuality or gender. Your response is crucial to NEW Pride Agenda’s work as a non-profit dedicated to advancing the rights and needs of LGBTQ+ New Yorkers.
Survey link: https://sipacolumbia.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1Sul6sAV7Zi9THD
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. These questions are designed to gain a better understanding of the needs of LGBTQ+ victims of crime throughout New York State and the services available to them. Your survey responses will help inform the expansion of information on NY Crime Victims Legal Help (https://crimevictimshelpny.org/) to better meet the civil legal needs of LGBTQ+ victims of crime. There are no right or wrong answers. Your answers are entirely confidential. The survey should take about 5 minutes to complete.
Lauren Murphy and Madison Leonardi are working on a psychology master's thesis at Saint Louis University. Their study looks at gay fathers' experiences juggling their work role and family role. They are recruiting couples of gay working dads to participate in an online survey. Each participant who meets all eligibility criteria, passes attention checks, and has 70% usable data after completing the full survey will receive a $5 Amazon gift card.
To ensure high quality data, you will first complete a 2-3 minute screener with the link below. From there, Lauren Murphy will contact you about completing the full survey.
You are invited to participate in a study conducted by Richard Chang at California State University, Fresno. The project is overseen by Dr. Rosa Toro of the Department of Psychology at California State University, Fresno. We hope to learn about how structural and cultural factors, interpersonal discrimination, maladaptive coping styles, and poor social support is linked to mental health outcomes and self-esteem among LGBTQ+ ethnic minority individuals.
f you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. You may contact Richard Chang at [email protected] or Dr. Rosa I. Toro at [email protected] about any questions or concerns. Questions regarding the rights of research subjects may be directed to Jennifer Randles, Chair, CSU Fresno Committee on the Protection of Human Subjects, (559) 278-2234.