Local researcher's online survey about Mind Wandering, Creativity, Education, and Occupation
Would you like to contribute to scientific research?
I'm a local to Herne Hill and a PhD student at King's College London, and have just begun an online survey study as part of my research that aims to better understand the impact of mind wandering and the extent to which it affects peoples’ lives. Further details of the survey are below and the full Information Sheet can be obtained here ( information_sheet_version_2.1_24.5.16.docx) and by clicking on the survey link.
Anyone over the age of 16 years can complete it, and it takes around 10 - 15 minutes.
Complete our online survey to help us understand the relationship between Creativity, Occupation, Mind wandering, and Education (COME-on!!)
We would like to invite you to complete an online survey investigating if mind wandering can lead to differences in our experiences of education, occupation, and creativity. Everyone’s mind wanders, but we all do it to a different degree, so what is its impact? For some it may be useful and lead to creativity or working in a certain profession. For others it may have a negative effect, perhaps making it difficult to learn at school. Severe mind wandering that just won’t seem to stop and feels uncontrollable could also be associated with disorders such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). By exploring the relationship between these things we can better understand the impact of mind wandering and the extent to which it affects peoples’ lives.
There is also the chance to win one of five £50 Amazon vouchers when you complete the survey.
Full information for this study can be found at the link below which will also take you to the full survey. If you would like to be e-mailed the information sheet, please use the contact details below.
To complete the survey, please enter the following web address or click the link:
If you have any questions or require more information, please contact: Florence Mowlem