Surveys by Subject — Philosophy
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The investigation of the impact of Digital Sound Broadcasting (DSB) in Gauteng; South Africa - final (61 responses)
Date:…………………….. Dear participant My name is Johannes Sekele, a Masters Philosophy (Engineering Management) student at the University of Johannesburg. The title of my research is: The investigation of the impact of Digital Sound Broadcasting (DSB) in Gauteng; South Africa. I humbly seek your consent through this letter to voluntarily participate in the research by completing the attached questionnaire. The questionnair...The investigation of the impact of Digital Sound Broadcasting (DSB) in Gauteng; South Africa - final
Pattern recognition experiment 1 (14 responses)
This survey will test your skills in pattern recognition, and study your ability to determine if a set of items has a sequence or not. The first section will give sets of items that have a sequence, and you will be asked to predict the next item in the sequence. The second section will give sets of items that may or may not have a sequence and will ask you to determine if any such sequence exists.Pattern recognition experiment 1
2017 Fall REPP RAC Meeting (12 responses)
Thank you for participating in the Fall REPP RAC Meeting. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey, so we can better serve you, in the future.2017 Fall REPP RAC Meeting
Application of Personhood to Artificially Intelligent Entities: The Opinion of Central Michigan University Students (44 responses)
Informed Consent: Application of Personhood to Artificially Intelligent Entities: The Opinion of Central Michigan University Students Contact Information: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Project Description: The purpose of this project is to determine what opinions CMU students currently have about the topic of personhood and how those opinions may apply to artificial intelligence in the future. We want to know which definitions of person...Application of Personhood to Artificially Intelligent Entities: The Opinion of Central Michigan University Students
Physics Outreach Questionnaire (54 responses)
This survey has been written to aid me in writing an assignment for my 4th year Politics, Perception and Philosophy in Physics module at University of Nottingham. It is open to all current and past student of physics at any university. It looks at your motivation to study physics with a focus on any outreach activities that encouraged you to apply. All responses will be anonymous and no personal information will be used in the assignment. Thank you in advance for undertaking this survey.Physics Outreach Questionnaire
Worldview Survey (25 responses)
Each of us has a worldview. Our worldview determines how we think, how we act and is instrumental in decisions we make each and every day. Please take two minutes to complete this quick survey to help us understand the worldview of teenagers today. Please do not complete this survey more than one time in order to help maintain it's integrity. Thank You!Worldview Survey
A world with designer babies: utopia or dystopia? (20 responses)
"Are we good enough? If not, how may we improve ourselves? Must we restrict ourselves to traditional methods like study and training? Or should we also use science to enhance some of our mental and physical capacities more directly?" (Bostrom, N., Savulescu, J. - Human enhancements ethics: the state of the debate) Our world is going through a technology boom, and that includes the life sciences. Now that it is possible to edit the genome through faster and cheaper methods (e.g. CRISPR), our society is facing with a new problematic of human rights and equality. On one side, genetic alterations are seen as techniques that are bound to alter the essence of humanity itself, and on the other, it is seen as a new step in our evolution. This is a survey conducted by Bio-ME, a magazine written by and for biosciences students, but also for those that are interested in this broad domain of science. For this issue, we want to see what is your opinion regarding the impact that could have on the modern world the existence of designer children (obtained through genetic engineering). Completing the survey will take up to 20 minutes, and the answers won't be used for commercial purposes. For more questions and updates you can check our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/revistabiome).A world with designer babies: utopia or dystopia?
Are You Happy?
This survey will help contribute to some research being done about how positivity affects our lives.Are You Happy?
Recapitulación Tolteca (50 responses)
Efectividad de la terapia alternativa de Recapitulación Tolteca en practicantes en México” Esta es una encuesta de participación anónima y voluntaria. La evaluación que proporcione será empleada como un trabajo de investigación universitaria. Instrucciones: Lea detenidamente cada pregunta y elija la respuesta que le parezca más apropiada.Recapitulación Tolteca
Understanding resilience in Irish helping professionals. (17 responses)
One in five individuals will experience depression or other mental health difficulty in their lifetime (WHO, 2003). Approximately 500 Irish people each year commit suicide (CSO, 2015). These people are our siblings, parents, friends and children. This is a Clinical Psychology Doctoral study. It is investigating factors that contribute to the resilience of Irish individuals. Your contribution will help to increase our understanding of these issues in the Irish population. Any individual who works or volunteers with homelessness, addiction, abuse, policing, emergency response, trauma-counselling or other area involving exposure to upsetting events are invited to part-take in the study. The survey will take approximately 20-25mins to complete. Please answer honestly without taking too long or thinking too much about any one answer.Understanding resilience in Irish helping professionals.