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Visualization and Momentary Wellbeing

Welcome to the Visualization and Momentary Wellbeing survey
 
This survey has been approved by the Psychology Ethics Committee, University of Southampton, UK (ref: 25270)
 
Before deciding whether to participate, please read the following information. You will need to indicate that you have understood this information before you can continue. Also, you must not be a legal minor - that is, you may participate if you are over the age of 16. By ticking the box at the bottom of the page, you are consenting to participate in this survey.

 
About the Study
 
I am Dr. Kenny Brackstone, a researcher at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Southampton, UK. I would gratefully appreciate your participation in a short online study, which, on average, will take approximately 10-12 minutes. In the study, you will be asked to recall and visualise an activity from your life. You will then be asked a complete a range of short questionnaires about your feelings after recalling this activity. 
 
You should complete this survey when you are alone quietly at your computer or laptop and your responses cannot be overseen. Please take your time to respond to the questions thoughtfully and openly. Remember that there are no right or wrong answers, so please provide completely honest responses. However, you can also leave any questions blank that you strongly would prefer not to answer. All data are treated as confidential.
 
There are no significant risks to participation in this study. However, you are free to leave any questions blank if you wish.
 
If you have any questions, please contact the administrator of the survey, Dr. Kenny Brackstone, at K.Brackstone@soton.ac.uk.
 
Again, your participation is much appreciated.
 

 
Legal Issues and Consent
 
Participation in this study is fully voluntary and you have the right to withdraw at any time with no penalty.
 
In consenting, I understand that I am not waiving any legal claims, rights, or remedies. I also understand that data collected as part of this research project will be kept confidential and that published results will maintain that confidentiality. I finally understand that if I have any questions about my rights as a participant in this research, or if I feel that I have been placed at risk, I may contact the chair of the Psychology Ethics Committee, University of Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK. Phone: +44 (0)23 80 593856, email fshs-rso@soton.ac.uk.
 
I certify that I am 16 or over, or if I am participating in the USA, that I am 18 years or older. I have read the above consent form and I give consent to participate in the above described research.

You should complete this survey when you are alone quietly at your computer and your responses cannot be overseen. Please take your time to respond to the questions thoughtfully and openly. Remember that there are no right or wrong answers, so feel free to provide completely honest responses. However, you can also leave any questions blank that you strongly would prefer not to answer. All data are treated as confidential.