PROJECT: Picture Perfect

 

TEAM:

  • Megan Hillier-Geisler (IUPUI, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy) - mchillie@iu.edu

  • Ronnie Plasters (IUPUI, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy) - rplaste@iu.edu

  • Kate Konzen (IUPUI, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy) - kkonzen@iu.edu

  • Sara Konrath (IUPUI, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy) - skonrath@iu.edu


INSTITUTIONS:

 

STUDY LAUNCH DATE: pending

 

STUDY CLOSE DATE: data collection not yet completed

 

STUDY CURRENT STATUS: <PENDING LAUNCH>

 

SAMPLE SIZE GOAL: 400 individuals

 

PUBLIC REGISTRATION SITES:

 

RESEARCH DISCLOSURE STATEMENT:

Study Eligibility: This study invites participants who identify as person; gay, bisexual, or straight; between the ages of 25-40 who are also open to a new romantic relationship. While we cannot guarantee absolute confidentiality, we will protect your information and make every effort to keep your personal information confidential. Further, no information which could identify you will be shared in publications about this study.

 

Your personal information may be shared outside the research study if required by law. We also may need to share your research records with other groups for quality assurance or data analysis. These groups include the Indiana University Institutional Review Board or its designees and state or federal agencies who may need to access the research records (as allowed by law). Information collected in this study may be used for other research studies or shared with other researchers for future research. If this happens, information that could identify you will be removed before any data is shared. Since identifying information will be removed, we will not ask for your additional consent.

 

If you have questions about the study or encounter a problem with the research, contact the researcher, Dr. Sara Konrath at skonrath@iu.edu. For questions about your rights as a research participant, to discuss problems, complaints, or concerns about a research study, or to obtain information or to offer input, please contact the IU Human Research Protection Program Office at 800-696-2949 or at irb@iu.edu.

 

RESULTS: Forthcoming, data collection not yet completed