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MAPs Wanted for Studies on Basis of Sexual and Romantic Attraction

Minor-attracted people are being asked to participate in research being led by Dr. Rebecca Lievesley and Dr. Craig Harper at Nottingham Trent University. Anyone over the age of 18 who self-identifies sexual and/or romantic attractions to children is eligible to take part.
The research includes two separate surveys. Potential participants can use the links below to participate:
The following additional information about the two surveys was provided by Dr. Craig Harper:

Survey 1

This survey explores the sexual and romantic attraction patterns of MAPs in relation to different age categories. With this work we will be looking at whether different features are associated with attractions to children at different stages of development. You will be asked about attraction levels to different groups, and whether different aspects of those groups contribute to feelings of attraction. We anticipate that the survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

The survey is anonymous, it does not ask for any identifiable information, it does not collect IP addresses and it can be accessed using a Tor browser. The link to the survey is below – the first page provides full information about the study and you can then choose whether or not to take part. If you have any questions please email the study lead on Rebecca.Lievesley@ntu.ac.uk. Please feel free to share or post elsewhere.

https://www.soscisurvey.de/sr_attraction/

Survey 2

This survey contains a picture rating task, where you will be asked to rate the attractiveness of a range of pictures of adults and children in swimwear. 28 pictures will be presented to you. This work will help us to explore how different physical characteristics influence attraction, and this survey is also being completed by people who are not attracted to children so that we can look at scores across different groups. We anticipate that the survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.

The survey is anonymous, it does not ask for any identifiable information, it does not collect IP addresses and it can be accessed using a Tor browser. The link to the survey is below – the first page provides full information about the study and you can then choose whether or not to take part. If you have any questions please email the study lead on Rebecca.Lievesley@ntu.ac.uk. Please feel free to share or post elsewhere.

https://www.soscisurvey.de/sr_attraction/?q=attract_pics


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