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I'm in my second year at Uni and doing Psychology - I'm currently doing a study on deductive reasoning and subject specialism and I'm looking for some participants. Existing research suggests that there may be a difference between aptitude in deductive reasoning depending on the subject you are studying at university. There has been a positive correlation between Maths students and increased aptitude in deductive reasoning outside of the UK, so I want to widen that and take a look at those studying Maths, Psychology and Art in the UK too.
To help me out and take part in this study it will require only 2 minutes of your time. The full participant information sheet is attached to the online questionnaire, the informed consent sheet is also attached (you need only tick a box) and there are 5 questions which I would love you to answer to test your powers of deduction. You will be giving no confidential information - the only personal information I require is your age, sex, and subject specialism.
NOTE : For that reason, as no information can be linked back to you, once you give informed consent your results will not be able to be withdrawn.
If you are willing to help out then please follow this link. I would REALLY appreciate it
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If you've done A-level Art, are doing an Undergraduate degree in Art, or are studying Postgrad Art that would also be okay. We just need for you to have a specialist interest and teaching in art at some point in your education.