How much do you know about how your brain works?
—from learning and motivation, to sex, drugs and rock and roll?
Take our Brain Myths and Truths Survey and find out!
The survey consists of 18 True/False questions and 2 feedback/comment questions.
This survey is being conducted as an informal research study, to sample what people at MSU know about common neuro-myths. Completing the survey means you give your consent for your results to be compiled along with others. The benefit of taking the survey is that you will learn interesting myths and facts about your brain. No names are being collected, and no individual results will be identifiable or reported separately. If you want to find out more about this survey, or the work of the MSU Center for the Applied Study of Cognition and Learning Sciences (CASCLS), you can contact Dr. Deb Jensen (email@example.com; 701-858-3043). If you want to find out more about human subjects research at MSU you can contact our Institutional Review Board Chair, Dr. Bryan Schmidt (firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-858-4250). Overall results will be shared within the MSU community through the CASCLS office and Red and Green after the April 23 & 25 Brain Fair poster presentations conclude and results are compiled.
I will complete the survey and understand my responses will be compiled and reported with others, but not individually. If you do not wish your results to be included, please do not continue to complete the survey. If you are taking the computerized version of the survey, it will automatically compile items completed. You may still exit at any time if you decide not to complete all items.