Attitudes towards sexuality and disability: A multi-phase study

Summary

Members of the general population hold negative attitudes towards the topics of sexuality and disability.  Exploring these attitudes and how to change them can have a lasting impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities worldwide.

Supervisor(s)

Dr Roxanna Nasseri Pebdani

Research Location

Clinical and Rehabilitation Sciences Research Group

Program Type

Masters/PHD

Synopsis

Members of the general population hold negative attitudes towards the topics of sexuality and disability.  Exploring these attitudes and how to change them can have a lasting impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities worldwide.  Find out what we currently know about attitudes towards sex and disability, and use that to develop an intervention improving those attitudes.  Doing this can have a lasting impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities.

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Keywords

sexuality, Disability, attitudes, beliefs, Sex

Opportunity ID

The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 2743

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