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International Wellbeing Study (NOW CLOSED)

General
In this study, we want to look at what is going wrong and what is going right in different people from around the world. We want to capture the entire picture of what it means to be healthy and most importantly, track people to understand how they change over time. This is the first study of its kind to look in depth at people's wellbeing from around the world.

For Philosophers
I am involved in an online study investigating peoples’ well-being. Basically it investigates people’s well-being over the course of one year. I would like to specifically investigate the well-being of philosophers (people with a minimum of a degree in philosophy), and how their wellbeing changes over a year. It would be great if as many philosophers as possible could participate in this.

It’s completely anonymous, easy to do, you don’t have to give any of your personal details, and takes about 25 to 30 minutes for each assessment point. The only participation requirements are that you are at least 16 years old and that you agree to fill out these questions every three months for a year; five times in total.

To participate and/or to find out more about the study, follow this link: www.wellbeingstudy.com

*****IMPORTANT!*****
The “study code” for this specific population to input into this survey if you have degree in philosophy is “Philosophy” which you should type in at the beginning of the survey (on the 2nd page), otherwise your specific philosophy status will not be noticed.
*****IMPORTANT!*****

If you participate, you will receive an e-mail summary report of their scores, and also go into the draw to win one of fifteen US$100 Amazon.com vouchers. You will also be given the opportunity to opt-in to one of three free wellbeing orientated courses after you have completed the first three assessments.

Many thanks for your help!

Not a Philosopher?
Don't worry, you can still participate in the study and your contribution will be just as valuable. Follow this link for more information: www.wellbeingstudy.com

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