Adela Bodasca is an undergraduate student, pursuing a BSc in Psychology at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK.
Her research project is investigating if the distance we keep from other people, called interpersonal space, is affected by the experience of ASMR.
Adela’s faculty supervisor for the study is Dr Flavia Cardini, Senior lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University.
Adela is looking for participants to take her online study, which has been reviewed and approved by the Research Ethics Committee of the School of Psychology and Sport Science (SREP), at Anglia Ruskin University (approval code: PSY-S19-025).
The survey is open to individuals over the age of 18 and is fully anonymous.
The survey will take 15 min to complete.
The findings of this study will be made available upon request at the end of the research project, which will be on December 31, 2022.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact Dr. Flavia Cardini (email@example.com).
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 Dec, 31 2021)
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