Anthony El-Chaar is a graduate student, pursuing an M.A. in media studies at Notre Dame University in Lebanon.
His research thesis is investigating the experiences and motivations of watching ASMR videos. The thesis is titled: “Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response: What is the Phenomenon Behind the Tingling Sensation?” His faculty advisor for the study is Dr. Jessica El-Khoury, Assistant Professor at Notre Dame University.
Anthony is looking for participants to take his online survey. The survey is open to individuals who watch ASMR videos. The survey is fully anonymous and the results will only be used for academic purposes. The survey will take 10 minutes maximum to complete.
The survey will remain open until 300 participants have participated.
Below is a link to the survey and more info.
Link to survey: https://tinyurl.com/ASRM-Videos-2019
The findings of this study will be made available upon request at the end of the research project, which will be on June 1, 2019.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the primary researcher Anthony El-Chaar (firstname.lastname@example.org) or his advisor Dr. Jessica El-Khoury (email@example.com).
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- Website: ASMR University
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