Queen Mary University in London are seeking help with a new research survey, examining people’s attitudes and beliefs towards animals and their cognition.
The survey aims to investigate peoples attitudes and beliefs regarding the concept of animal mind. For instance, how do people’s views on animal cognition differ? Which mental abilities are considered the most important? Are animals thought to be capable of feeling emotions?
To answer these questions they are conducting an online survey investigating attitudes to animals and the implications for animal welfare policies. They are aiming to include as wide a range of views as possible to ensure the study is representative of both public opinion and various stakeholders in the animal use debate e.g. farmers, academics, animal charities and hunting societies.
As a thank you for participating in the survey, you will be offered the chance to win John Lewis vouchers (6 sets of £15 each available). The survey is completely anonymous and will take around 10 minutes to complete.
To take part, simply click on the link below or copy and paste it into your browser:
If you experience difficulties accessing or submitting the survey, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The study is being carried out by researchers from Queen Mary University of London and is funded by the ESRC and QMUL. The research is supported by the international animal welfare charity, World Animal Protection. The project has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee, Queen Mary University of London (Study number – QMREC1405).