A request from Carlos S. Alvarado, Ph.D., from the Division of Perceptual Studies at the University of Virginia:
I am conducting an on-line survey to learn more about a variety of experiences many people have had in their daily lives. I hope your answers will help me determine how common these experiences are.
I really hope you will help me in my task! All you have to do is fill out an on-line questionnaire. Completing the questionnaire should take youless than 30 minutes. Whatever your answers may be, whether or not you have had the experiences I mention, your answers are just as important and valuable! Be assured that all your answers will be held in the strictest confidence, and the findings will be presented in such a way that no individual could possibly be singled out or recognized. (There is more information on this issue and other issues in the cover letter and consent form that are included in the on-line questionnaire.)
If you took the on-line questionnaire that I was involved with a couple of years ago, you will find that the demographic, dream and parapsychological experiences questions are pretty much the same. But because the body of the questionnaire is quite different, I hope you won’t mind answering the demographic, dream and parapsychological experiences questions again.
If you’re interested in taking part in the survey, please go to the following website to begin the process: www.studyofhumanexperiences.
i would like to know, as an interested potential participant, what you are using this data for. surely gone are the days when we can be obliged to just click here and there, blindly popping out some data for assessment by a researcher's prejudices. can you not employ a method of research that better respects and involves the experience and knowledge of those you are querying?
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