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    Over a year ago

    Hello everybody!

    I am currently conducting a student project in psychology about animals’ perceptions. If you have a short 20 minutes free, you can click the link below and complete the survey! However, because of ethical rules regarding researches led in my University, you need to be 18 and older to participate.

    https://securemp.sav.uqam.ca/sondage//TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=8lK35o4

    If you want to know how people’s perceptions of animals influence their attitudes toward animals as well as their well-being, this study will have the answers for you next summer! Until then, your participation will contribute to the advancement of intergroups relationships (humans vs animals) knowledge.

    As a psychology student, I strongly encourage you to participate in this study! Animals perceptions is a new field of study in scientific research. Therefore your participation is important to better understand humans’ behavior toward animals.

    Moreover, if you complete the questionnaire a first time now and a second time in 6 months, you will be eligible to a draw of three vouchers that will be exchangeable for the items of your choice at Amazon.ca. The three prizes totalize $500CAN (you could win even though you’re from outside Canada).

    You can complete the survey right now:

    https://securemp.sav.uqam.ca/sondage//TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=8lK35o4

    If the study generate questions, reflections, opinions or any comments, I would be pleased to hear them! Please feel free to share your impressions here!

    Your contribution to this research project is greatly appreciated!

    Valerie Chevalier
    Research Assistant
    Research Laboratory on Self and Identity
    Université du Québec à Montreal

    Read more: http://www.peta2.com/boards/topic/psychological-study-on-perceptions-of-animals/#ixzz2Azc9Bjs9

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