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Participate in aphantasia research investigating the cognitive profile of aphantasics

DiscussionsCategory: ResearchParticipate in aphantasia research investigating the cognitive profile of aphantasics
Michael RyallMichael Ryall asked 1 month ago

I am a final year undergraduate at Sussex Universtity, where my dissertation focus is on aphantasia. I have been drawn to aphantasia since I first heard the term in my second year of study, and have since found that I am on the hyperphantasic side of the imagery spectrum (i.e. my mental imagery is akin to ‘real seeing’).

Within the new and establishing literature looking into aphantasia there has been very little focus on establishing the cognitive profile of aphantasics (e.g. their personality traits, decision making, etc.) which is what I am trying to be the first to look into as an aspiring psychologist.

Please spare 10 minutes to complete my online study where you’ll be asked to complete a series of questionnaires. You will need to use your laptop or tablet to participate due to our in-house testing platform not being compatible with a phone interface. Of course, all responses are completely confidential and your data will be anonymous.

Your responses will allow us to gain a greater understanding of the fascinating field of mental imagery, and more specifically that of aphantasia. I will be sure to link my paper once completed into this thread for anyone who is curious.

Click here to complete the survey: https://www.syntoolkit.org/studies/aphantasia-finalproject/start

4 Answers
Jennifer McDougallJennifer McDougall Staff answered 4 weeks ago

Is there a link to complete the survey?

Michael RyallMichael Ryall answered 4 weeks ago

Hi!

Yes, sorry the link must not have been correctly attached to the orginal post.

Just put the following link into your computer browser or click it on your laptop/computer to particpate:

https://www.syntoolkit.org/studies/aphantasia-finalproject/start

Jennifer McDougallJennifer McDougall Staff answered 4 weeks ago

Thank you Michael, made these changes to your original post. Do you also have an email address in case anyone has any questions?

Michael RyallMichael Ryall answered 3 weeks ago

Thank you.

Yes, my email address is: mr523@sussex.ac.uk and is also located at the end of the study if there are any questions.

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