Thank you for your willingness to participate in these additional student experiments. If you have not completed the first group, please return to that list of studies first. To send comments on an experiment that is not listed below, please use your browser's BACK button to return to the URL that contained the form you completed. Please send any comments to the experiment's author. As with any content you find on the Internet, after you link to a study, you should read the materials, and use your own judgment (decide for yourself) if you want to participate in the experiment. The studies linked below are student research projects in judgment and decision making.
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On behalf of the student researchers, thank you for your participation.

If you have completed the studies on the previous page, you may continue with these.

  1. Please complete the following tasks on national policy, stress of life, and terrorism (about 35 min.)
  2. If you have completed the studies listed above, if you still have time and would like to do more, please do the following:
  3. Differences in Liking (about 5 min.)
  4. Please do all four of these tasks on perceptual judgments (about 23 min total).
  5. When you have finished the studies above you can click here for more studies.
  6. The following questionnaires deal with mature subjects. Although we consider them quite mild, you might not. If you are younger than 18 years, or if you are not mature enough to view TV programs such as the Oprah Winfrey Show, that deal with controversial content such as sexual behaviors, contraception, alcohol consumption, drug use, romantic jealousy, etc., you should skip the surveys in this section. If you have completed the surveys above, you may continue with the following:

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. SBR-9410572. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.