The study will examine experiences that may influence a person’s sense of parenting self-efficacy.

Neil Lucas, a student from The Australian College of Applied Psychology, is seeking participants for a study exploring various factors that may influence individuals’ sense of parenting self-efficacy among LGBTQIA individuals.

The survey is an online questionnaire that asks questions about experiences related to sexual orientation, life stressors, social support, mental health and sense of parenting self-efficacy or perceived parenting self-efficacy for people that are not currently parents.

All responses will remain anonymous and the survey takes 15 minutes.

Participants must be over 18 years and currently living in Australia, as well as identifying as same-sex attracted and able to read English fluently. Parental status does not matter for this study.

The study is being conducted as part of a Bachelor of Psychological Science Honours thesis and is being supervised by Professor Lynne Harris.

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