Chloe-Anne Devine is an undergraduate student, pursuing a B.Sc. in Psychology at the University of Lincoln in the UK.
Her research thesis is investigating the effect of watching ASMR videos on Sleep Quality
Chloe-Anne’s faculty advisor for the study is Dr. Simon Durrant, Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln.
Chloe-Anne is looking for participants to take her online survey, which has been reviewed and approved by an Ethics Committee (Ethics Approval Code PSY20211084).
The survey is open to any individuals aged between 18 and 70 years, regardless of whether they watch ASMR videos or experience ASMR.
The survey is fully anonymous and the results will only be used for academic purposes.
The study involves answering questions about sleep which should take 10 minutes maximum to complete, followed by watching a 15-minute video before bed for a week (7 nights), and concludes with another 10-minute questionnaire.
The survey will remain open until March 15th, 2021
The findings of this study will be made available upon request at the end of the research project, which will be on April 23rd 2021.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact the primary researcher Chloe-Anne Devine (email@example.com) or her advisor Dr. Simon Durrant (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If interested in participating, or to learn more about this study, use the link below.
Link to participate or for more information: ASMR Research Study (closes March, 15th 2021)
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