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Application of the RRT in online surveys on sexual behaviour

06 July 2015

This UK-based study aims to assess whether a survey method known as the Randomise Response Technique (RRT) enables people to give truthful answers in web-based surveys on sexual behaviour.

The research targets a population of young adult individuals aged 18-34 - where there is a statistically higher risk of sexual health issues, such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs).


  • • UK Residents
  • • Age 18-34

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Ethical approval

This study has been approved by City University London Senate Research Ethics Committee on June 17th 2015

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