Cognitive Ability Assessment C

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Student project. For educational purposes only. Please enter a random six digit number in the box below to remain anonymous rather than entering your name. Write this number down for your records.


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    Hi! My name is Professor Annie Thorton and I am the creator of the study in which you are about to participate. I have worked hard developing this study and am very excited to share it with you! Please wait to complete this quiz in one sitting. You have 25 minutes to take this quiz and there are around 25 questions. Try not to take longer than one minute per question. You will be able to see your score once you complete the quiz.Please ignore the box below and continue to the next question.Thank you for your participation!
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    Consent Form for Participation in Student Project  Study Title: Cognitive Ability Assessment Principal Investigators: Alana Yoel ([email protected]), Nicholas Ferrell ([email protected]) Purpose of this Student ProjectThe purpose of this student project, Cognitive Ability Assessment, is to study the effects of various social and cognitive factors on performance on a cognitive task.  Procedures You will take a survey online that may involve words or words and pictures. The beginning of the survey will present you with instructions, after which you will take a test of spatial reasoning. You may also be asked to give some demographic information. None of your answers will be associated with your name. Duration: This student project takes a total of no more than a half hour to complete. This project will be performed from the comfort of your own home on a laptop or anywhere you wish from a public computer. However, we ask that you choose a quiet environment if you are to complete the task in a public space. Participant Requirements Participants in this project must be fluent in English. RisksThe risks and discomfort associated with participation in this project are no greater than those ordinarily encountered in daily life using computers or doing a routine psychological test.  During the experiment, you may feel tired of sitting or concentrating. BenefitsThere may be no personal benefit from your participation in this project but the knowledge received may be of value to student education. Compensation & CostsThere will be no cost to you if you participate in this project. ConfidentialityThe researchers will take the following steps to protect participants’ identities during this project: (1) Each participant will be assigned a code. (2) The researchers will record any data collected during the study by this code, not by name.  RightsYour participation is voluntary.  You are free to stop your participation at any point.  Refusal to participate or withdrawal of your consent or discontinued participation in the study will not result in any penalty or loss of benefits or rights to which you might otherwise be entitled. Right to Ask Questions & Contact InformationIf you have any questions about this project, you should feel free to ask them over email before you begin or submit your responses.  If you have questions later or desire additional information, please contact the Principle Investigator by email. To stop your participation at any point, click the X in the upper right or left corner of your screen.   Voluntary ConsentBy checking agree below, you agree that the above information has been explained to you.  You understand that you may ask questions about any aspect of this student project before completed project and in the future.  By signing this form, you agree to participate in this student project. If you agree to the Terms and Conditions outlined above, please check agree below and continue to the next question.
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