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Participants for study
hanna_burg
Posted: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 11:30 PM
Joined: 4/1/2015
Posts: 1


Hello everyone!

We, that is a group of scholars from the Universities of Wuerzburg and Frankfurt (Germany), are currently conducting a short online survey on reading behavior and preferences. We want to know what you read, how much you read and why. Needless to say, all data are submitted completely anonymously. Later on, we will publish the results of the data analysis and you can request information on the results. We would be most grateful if many of you followed this link and took part in our international study (this only takes 5-10 minutes):

https://www.soscisurvey.de/Plural_Y/?q=Reading

Thank you very much in advance and best wishes to you all!

 

TOPIC: This study is about reading (e.g., reading preferences). In the online survey, you will find contact information in case you want to get further information.

DURATION/LENGTH: 5-10 min.

EXCLUSION CRITERIA: everyone can participate whose mother tongue is English

DEADLINE: July, 2015

CONTACT INFORMATION: http://www.benjaminplange.de/english/

RESULTS: In case you want to get to know the results of the study, please feel free to contact us. We will tell you everything you want to know once the study is finished and the results are ready.

AFFILIATIONS: Dr. Benjamin P. Lange, Dipl.-Psych. Christine Hennighausen (University of Wuerzburg, Germany, Department of Media Psychology), Dr. Eugen Zaretsky (University of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Department of Phoniatrics and Pediatric Audiology).

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