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School of Psychology staff and postgraduate students collect some of their research data via online research surveys. Summaries of survey results are added below as they become available.
Online access to these theses and other research reports from staff and students may be available from Massey Research Online. Psychology theses and dissertations are available by searching with the keyword "psychology".
Results of past surveys
Presumed straight until demonstrated otherwise: The relationships between sexual identity, heteronormativity, sexual identity development and psychological well-being
Tamara Bejakovich, This research is a partial requirement for completing a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
This research is interested in how people come to understand their sexual identity, investigating sexual identity and its development, identity-related factors and psychological well-being, such as life satisfaction and happiness. I am interested in people from all walks of life and all sexual identities (e.g. straight, gay, questioning or any other label you apply yourself), as long as you are over 16 years of age. So if you fit in this open criteria, your participation is welcomed and very much appreciated. The survey is anonymous and confidential, and ranges anywhere between 5 to 45 minutes to complete.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Survey opened 21/04/2015
Survey closed 11/09/2015
The summary of results is available as a pdf file at Tamara Bejakovich_summary-of-results.pdf (354 KB)
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Last updated on Friday 16 March 2018