Take part in the SMART DRUGS SURVEY
01 May 2012 - This project studies studentsí attitudes and experiences around smart drugs and cognitive enhancement. The principal investigator of the study is Dr. Ilina Singh from the London School of Economics and the project is conducted in collaboration with the UK Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs. The aim is to gather solid empirical data about the prevalence and practices in relation to smart drug use on university campuses. The project will inform future policymaking about cognitive enhancement. The project has received ethics approval by the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Your participation is completely voluntary and anonymous. All personal information you give on the on-line survey will be de-identified (so that you are anonymous to anyone handling the data) and kept fully confidential.
No risks or discomforts are anticipated from taking part in this study. If you feel uncomfortable you can decide to quit the survey at any time before you have finished the questionnaire. In that case your answers will NOT be recorded.
In order to progress through the survey you will be required to answer some questions but there is no right or wrong response.
It takes less than 20 minutes to complete the survey.