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Risk factors for online jealousy and intimate partner aggression relating to Facebook use
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This study is being conducted as part of my MSc Forensic Psychology research project and aims to investigate why some people are more prone to Facebook jealousy and how this can lead to aggression within romantic relationships.

If you wish to participate, you will be asked to complete an anonymous questionnaire, which will include questions about yourself and also how you interact with your partner. To take part in this study, you must either be currently in a monogamous relationship or have previously been in a monogamous relationship. You will also be asked to provide some information about yourself including age and sexual orientation. This is because these are factors that need to be taken into consideration when the data is analysed. Please do not state your name or any information that can identify you. The questionnaire will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Participation is completely voluntary and you can withdraw from the study at any point up until the completed questionnaire has been submitted to the researcher. Completed questionnaires will be kept confidential and safely stored and will only be accessed by myself and my project supervisor.

Please be aware that the you may be asked questions that you feel are quite personal but, as a reminder, you will be completing this questionnaire anonymously and you can withdraw at any point up until submission of the completed questionnaire. Submission of a completed questionnaire, either electronically or in hard copy will be considered as you consenting to take part in the study. If you are affected by any of the issues highlighted in this study, a list of organisations you may wish to contact will be provided at the end. Please feel free to detach/print this page and the last page to keep for yourself if you wish to do so.

Following the completion of the study, we will keep your anonymous answers to use for future research, including presentations and publications. This may include sharing these answers with others doing similar research but only if we approve their request to access it; it will not be given out without this approval. You will not be identified from this, your answers will remain anonymous.

If you have any questions, you may contact myself or my project supervisor using the information provided below. If you have any concerns or complaints about this research, you can also contact the University's Officer for Ethics at officerforethics@uclan.ac.uk.

Thank you for your time.


Researcher:
Beth Hall
School of Psychology
University of Central Lancashire
Preston, Lancashire
PR1 2HE
blhall@uclan.ac.uk

Project Supervisor:
Dr. Roxanne Khan
School of Psychology
University of Central Lancashire
Preston, Lancashire
PR1 2HE
rkhan2@uclan.ac.uk