driver-survey

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Hi all,

I'm a PhD student studying Psychology at the University of Nottingham. I'm funded by the ESRC and the Scottish Government and we're all trying to find out more about how people interact with in-car technology (how often, which devices etc.) and their attitudes towards it.

We would greatly appreciate it if you would complete our questionnaire (link below). It should take around 15 minutes.

http://tinyurl.com/nottingham-driver-survey

Thank you for your time!

Elisha

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Best answers gets sent a naked photo and a pair of used knickers.

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:roflmao: boys that took MUCH longer than I thought.

I had tipex down for first smutty reply by 2pm.

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£100 prize draw option, it would seem.

 

Personally I got to page 3 and gave in.  I'm too busy with the calls coming in on my mobile.

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:roflmao: boys that took MUCH longer than I thought.

I had tipex down for first smutty reply by 2pm.

Sorry to disappoint! I was a bit busy!

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Sorry to disappoint! I was a bit busy!

. . .Fisting Norman Lamont.

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Which way are you voting? Right answer and I'll fill in your questionnaire.

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Are we paying for the questionaire at the moment?

 

Would we get the money back if Scotland split?

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What did students do before they could ask a load of random internet posters to do their research for them?

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What did students do before they could ask a load of random internet posters to do their research for them?

Make up the answers:-)

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Make up the answers:-)

 

And that was before they went into the Government Stats Dept!

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And that was before they went into the Government Stats Dept!

...or work in Climate Change. Imagine how many scientists and researchers.would have nothing to do.if they ever came to a conclusion:-)

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Make up the answers:-)

Not for a PhD, things are normally quite serious research-wise by that stage.

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Got to page 1, too many questions even before getting to anything about driving! *yawn*

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61 questions for some Uni report about something or other? Life is too short for that. Sorry.

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Specific constructive feedback. When it comes to questionnaire design and methodology for qualitative research, read everything you can find by Dr R.L.Shaw.

 

Completed the survey, can see what you're trying to do from a psychological data point of view. Understanding how we see ourselves and how we think others see us in the context of a specific act. Interesting stuff. Good luck!

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It is a poorly designed survey.  The answer categories did not match the questions.  The questions themselves were very poorly worded.

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Well I clicked on the link and took a look.  You're asking me to do a survey and what you spend the first however many questions asking a load of irrelevant crud:

 

Do you want to do the survey?

 

Are you sure you want to do the survey?

 

Do you agree we're going to do a survey?

 

Right, now we're going to do a survey.  Are you sure?

 

Can we do a survey with you?

 

Are you absolutely sure?

 

I switched off at that point :coffee:

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