Have you ever got someone stuck in your head? Testing the validity of the new limerence scale

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Have you ever got someone stuck in your head? Testing the validity of the new limerence scale

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You are invited to take part in this research study that tests the validity of a new scale of limerence. Limerence is an extreme form of unexpected feelings of connection to one person. For the purposes of this study Limerence is defined as “An involuntary potentially life-changing state of adoration and attachment to a Limerent object, involving intrusive and obsessive thoughts, feelings and behaviors, from euphoria to despair, contingent on perceived emotional reciprocation”. Dr Daniel Waldeck—Lecturer in Psychology in the School of Psychological, Social and Behavioural Sciences at Coventry University—is leading this research.

If you choose to take part in this study then please click on the link below. You will be invited to complete an informed consent form in order to take part. If you complete the whole study then you will have the option to be entered into a raffle with the opportunity to win £50 (or equivalent in another currency). There are no known risks to taking part in this survey. Any information that you give during the study will be kept confidential and anonymous in accordance with data protection legislation. You have the right to withdraw at any time until 1st September 2021 by providing a unique identifier within the survey.



The study has been approved in accordance with the University’s Ethical Policy Framework.


The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Thank you for your consideration.

The link to the study is here: https://coventry.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/limerence-survey
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