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Body Attitudes and Sexual Experiences (BASE) Study


My name is Emily—I’m a fifth-year doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill working on my dissertation, an online survey about body image and sexual experiences in adults.  

 

Our research team is hoping to recruit adults of diverse gender, ethnic, racial, and sexual orientation backgrounds and believe individuals in your organization may be a good match for our study. If you are willing, I would appreciate if your organization would post the attached flier in your community space and/or disseminate the information below for recruitment.  

 

If you are aware of any other organizations in your area that work with individuals of diverse gender, ethnic, racial, and sexual orientation backgrounds, please feel free to forward this message to them.  

 

Please do not hesitate to email our study team with any questions at BASEStudy@unc.edu or ecwalsh@unc.edu


With gratitude,

Emily

 

Volunteers needed for an online survey about body image and sex! 

 

If you 1) are at least 18 years old, 2) speak English, and 3) live in the United States, you may be eligible to participate in a 25-35 minute online survey about body attitudes and sexual experiences. After participating in the survey, you may enter a drawing based on chance in which each participant has equal odds of receiving one of ten $50 Visa gift cards. BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ identifying individuals are especially encouraged to participate.  

 

For more information or to begin the study, please follow this link: tinyurl.com/BASEstudy

 

The Body Attitudes and Sexual Experiences (BASE) Study is based at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and has been approved by the UNC-Chapel Hill Institutional Review Board (IRB # 22-3096). 

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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Approved by the UNC-Chapel Hill Institutional Review Board (IRB #22-3096)


The study's primary investigator is Emily Walsh, M.A. (she/her), who can be reached directly at ecwalsh@unc.edu for questions about study participation or participant compensation


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