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Offline UnleashthePsych

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Psychology and Buddhism
« on: February 29, 2016, 02:49:26 pm »
Hello there,

What are the unknown interactions of meditation? As a Buddhist I have always been interested in the unreported benefits of meditation, like its affects on dreaming and dream content.

In the psychology department of MacEwan University we are currently completing some interesting research in the area of dreams, video gaming, and meditation as part of an ongoing study of human behaviour.

Right now we are looking for participants that are avid meditators to complete an online survey. The survey includes general questionnaires and interactive components that in total take about 1 hour to finish.

Everything in the survey is anonymous and can be saved and continued at any point on the same computer within one week of starting.

For this survey to provide valid results a large sample of individual survey participants is required and that is why I would like to thank every single person who takes the time to complete the survey and contribute to my research.

Here is the link:

Take the survey yourself and share it around if you find its content and purpose particularly interesting!

Offline Lobster

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Re: Psychology and Buddhism
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2016, 05:00:01 am »
Well I was uncomfortable asnswering the first two questions and could not continue. Your software is too much like data collection and marketing. So can not 'just answer the questions you feel comfortable with'.



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