- William Johnson, Univ. of Minnesota
- Mark Snyder, Univ. of Minnesota
This study investigates how default options in sexual consent affect a hypothetical sexual situation. We manipulated the type of consent sought and whether the participant was under time pressure in a “choose-your-own-adventure” iterative dilemma. Using survival analysis, we found those under time pressure and who were required to opt out of consent progressed furthest in the scenario.