Sexual Fantasy Role Play Survey – DrZhana

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Sexual Fantasy Role Play Survey

This is not my study, I’m just passing it along. If you have some time and desire, please follow the link and take the survey.

Confidential Sexual Fantasy Role Play Survey

Hello!

I am a researcher from the Psychology Department of SUNY at New Paltz conducting a Confidential Sexual Fantasy Role Play Survey. Participants must be at least 18 years old and fluent in English. Many questions are of a sexual and personal nature. If you find material of this type offensive you should not participate.

The survey is designed to be confidential, you will not be asked to provide any identifying information and the researchers will not be able to connect your responses to your identity. This content should be deemed “Not safe for work” environments (NSFW).

Here is a link to the study: http://kaywa.me/dMV3I

Please direct any questions to the Principal Investigator, Christopher Farrington
(chris.farrington54@hawkmail.newpaltz.edu).

Please feel free to share this survey with your friends. You may forward this email or share the information on your social networking pages.

Thank you for your time.

Sincerely,

Christopher Farrington

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