Thanks for participating! At the end of the survey, you will receive up to three FLAGS that you will be able to submit to the organisers which will count to your final competition score.
The survey will take about 20 minutes of your time. Please complete it in one go. Do not re-do it (it messes up the results).
There are two scales and a general section in this survey. You can receive one flag, combined from three levels.
Level1: receive if you fill out > 90% of the non-scales questions.
Level2: receive if you fill out > 90% of the scale 1 questions.
Level3: receive if you fill out > 90% of the scale 2 questions.
After you have clicked submit at the end of the survey, you will receive the FLAG value level you are entitled to.
There will be a summary of what your answers to the scales mean at the end of the survey. This is automated - we do not see this, only you do. If you wish to retain the interpretation copy - paste it, please. For security reasons, we will not keep a record of you personally or have a way to connect your scores to you.
We will calculate your scores and give you a personalised interpretation of them. No questions in this survey are compulsory, but we would appreciate it if you answered as many as possible. That will influence the accuracy of the interpretation!
None of the answers are bad or wrong. Some people like to look both ways twice when they cross the road, to make sure, some think this is silly. Neither of these two is wrong for the one doing them, though.
We cannot simply track you, and we do not want to do this anyway. We will not reveal individual responses to the public or authorities without a court order. All published results will be properly anonymized and any data files we share with other researchers will be stripped of any information that could easily lead to you.
By clicking next at the bottom of this page, you agree that we may analyze your responses and publish the results.
This server and the response data is physically located at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. If you wish to contact the researcher running it for any reason whatsoever, feel free to drop me a line at: david.modic[AT]cl.cam.ac.uk (replace [AT] with @).
Thank you again and looking forward to seeing you in person
dr. David Modic (Cambridge)