Looking for Participants for Psychology Study on What Makes/Doesn't Make Someone Religious
- I'm forwarding this message I received, seems quite interesting to me, I
think it may be to smart folk like you too:
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN WHAT MAKES SOME PEOPLE RELIGIOUS? AND EQUALLY WHAT
MAKES OTHERS NOT?
If so, I could really use your help.
I am looking for religious and non-religious individuals.
Especially those with scientific or academic qualifications/background to
help me with my Undergraduate Psychology Theses from the University of
Strathclyde in Glasgow, UK.
WHAT'S REQUIRED: TO FILL IN A SIMPLE ONLINE SELF-REPORT QUESTIONNAIRE THAT
TAKES 10 MINUTES.
The data is completely anonymous and confidential
Purpose: Data will be used for a study looking at relationship between
creativity, science and religion.
How do you get involved:
ADDRESS: Psychology department,
University of Strathclyde.
Graham Hill building.
40 George Street.
The Psychology Department Research Ethics Committee of the University of
Strathclyde has reviewed and approved this research study.
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this.
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