Angelica Succi is a post-graduate Erasmus trainee at the University of Essex (UK), Department of Psychology.
She is investigating the correlations between emotional experiences, sensory sensitivity, perception, and ASMR.
Her research project is titled: “Physiological and self-reported correlates of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR)”.
Angelica’s advisors for the study are Dr. Helge Gillmeister and Dr Giulia Poerio. Dr Poerio published the first heart rate study about ASMR in 2018.
Angelica is looking for participants to take her online survey, which has been reviewed and approved by the Ethics Committee of the University of Essex.
Each participant has a chance to win one of three £50 Amazon vouchers. Anyone aged at least 18 years old is eligible, and the survey is open for both ASMR and non-ASMR sensitive individuals.
The survey is fully anonymous (an email is requested if participants want to be entered into the prize draw) and the results will only be used for academic purposes.
The survey will take around 30 minutes to complete, and the preferred survey language can be chosen between English, German, and Italian.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the primary researchers Angelica Succi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Giulia Poerio (email@example.com) or Dr Helge Gillmeister (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Link to the survey: ASMR Survey
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