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Online questionnaire on public attitudes to animals

Tuesday 22 September 2015

This survey aims to investigate people’s attitudes and beliefs regarding the concept of animal mind. How do people’s views on animal cognition differ? Which mental abilities are considered the most important? To answer these questions we are conducting an online survey investigating public attitudes to animals and the implications for animal welfare policies.

As a thank you for participating in the survey, you will be offered the chance to win Amazon vouchers (six sets of £15 each available). The survey is completely anonymous and will take around ten minutes to complete.

To take part and enter the prize draw, simply click on the link below or copy and paste into your browser: https://theanthrozoologist.wordpress.com/survey/

The link will expire when the required number of responses has been reached. If you experience difficulties accessing or submitting the survey, please contact Caroline Spence at c.spence@qmul.ac.uk. The project has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee, Queen Mary University of London (Study number - QMREC1405).

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