Attitudes towards extraordinary phenomena
Welcome to a study on attitudes towards extraordinary phenomena. This study is dedicated to the development of a new questionnaire as well as exploring individual differences between people with respect to some extraordinary experiences. It is run by Milan Valášek, a psychology PhD student at the University of Edinburgh supervised by Dr. Caroline Watt.
The study has been approved by the University of Edinburgh Research Ethics Board.
In this study you are asked to fill in a questionnaire about your beliefs, experiences and attitudes towards dreams, including precognitive dreams (dreams that seem to predict future events). There are also questions about basic demographic characteristics (such as age or gender) and about the quality of your sleep. Please read the instructions carefully and reply accordingly. Complete the questions as accurately and truthfully as possible but do not ponder the answers for too long.
The questionnaire is completed anonymously and takes about 10-30 minutes to complete, depending on your answers.
Once you have clicked on the CONTINUE button at the bottom of each page please do not return to review or amend that page.
Please answer all the questions as a complete set of responses is crucial for the study.
All data collected in this survey will be held anonymously and securely. No data that could be used to identify you are asked for or retained.
Please note that by proceeding with the questionnaire you are expressing your understanding of the instructions of the study and consent with your voluntary participation in it. You are also confirming that you are at least 18 years old. If you are not, we unfortunately cannot collect your data and you can exit this page. We are grateful for your willingness to take part nonetheless.