Language and Emotions
Informed Consent
We are conducting a study to understand people’s experience with anger. Anger has been shown to have a positive and negative impact on many aspects of human cognition, emotion and behavior (DeANGELIS, T., 2003). This study aims to build upon those findings by investigating whether the previous findings hold with a more representative sample of adults.

This study is being conducted as part of an undergraduate research methods class at San Bernardino Valley College, under the guidance of Amanda Deane. Your participation is voluntary although we hope that you participate because your responses will be used to better understand anger expression and language skills. Your honesty is important as it will add to the validity of the data obtained.

All responses are anonymous and the results of the study will only be reported at a group level. The data will only be presented in class and will not be published outside of class. Due to the propensity of anger to cause health issues, if you or someone you know requires additional resources, visit the American Psychological Association (https://www.apa.org/topics/anger/index.aspx). This information will also be provided at the end of the survey.

Thank you for your time and participation.

Do you agree to the above terms? By clicking Yes, you consent that you are willing to answer the questions in this survey. *
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