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Have you ever wondered why certain people just don’t enjoy thrills the same as you? We are conducting an experiment to try and figure out what causes people to take risks in high risk sports. This survey will only take 10mins and will help me to do my 3rd year project at uni. Also there is a prize draw at the end to win £50 if you need further incentive. Simply follow the link below;

https://survey.psychology.bangor.ac.uk/mediation

post #2 of 6

done, but on for the agree disagree questions one can select more than one option, and on the final page it says "before submitting..." and there is no submit button

post #3 of 6

I don't consider skiing a high risk activity

post #4 of 6

I find these things fun and thought provoking, so I completed your survey.  That being said, tell me,  is this just a scam to get my e-mail addy? biggrin.gif   Just post your results in the thread when you're done.

 

Skiing is relatively safe activity for me.  You should add motorcycling to your list of activities. 

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Originally Posted by Ghost View Post

I find these things fun and thought provoking, so I completed your survey.  That being said, tell me,  is this just a scam to get my e-mail addy? biggrin.gif   Just post your results in the thread when you're done.

 

Skiing is relatively safe activity for me.  You should add motorcycling to your list of activities. 

 

I don't consider motorcycling a high risk activity either... (35+ year on the road and dirt)

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done, but on for the agree disagree questions one can select more than one option,

+1, Likert scale questions should have radio buttons instead of check boxes in the response area.  Should teach that in the intro to measurement and analysis course for any science or analytical program.

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