MEN'S SEXUAL AND RELATIONSHIP SURVEY
SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY
Research on Men in Relationships
Men aged 18-65 who are currently involved in a heterosexual relationship are invited to participate in this online, anonymous study on the physical, emotional and sexual functioning of men in relationships.
Specifically, this Doctoral of Psychology thesis aims to investigate factors associated with sexual functioning and dysfunction in men who are in relationships.
This research is needed as studies have shown up to 1 in 3 men have experienced sexual dysfunction, with some men reporting 2 or more sexual dysfunctions simultaneously. Whilst medical treatments are popular, we still don't understand some of the underlying psychological causes.
This study will provide a better understanding as to which factors contribute to the onset and maintenance of sexual dysfunction, in order to provide appropriate treatment in the clinical field.
If you are interested in participating, please click on the link which will take you to more information about the study, as well as the online questionnaire which should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
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