Tuesday, 4 December 2012

got some time to spare? help learning disability research

on a learning disability forum am on,a fellow user who is in her final year [?] on her pyschology masters degree and she is currently doing very interesting research into learning disability via the use of a survey.
this part of her research is focusing on peoples perception/understanding of learning disabled people and pretty much everyone with an ASD and/or learning disability or SpLD will have been misunderstood,wrongly treated,prejudged perhaps abused and neglected throughout their life because of other peoples perceptions of them and their disabilities so it makes for very interesting research and have asked kara if it woud be ok to post the survey here to help her and she has agreed,she will also give the results of her research to.
any group can take part in the survey ,whether learning disabled,have a learning disabled child or none of those.
have also added a strike through on the email addresses to make sure spam bots dont pick them up.

this is the intro for her survey:
I am a fourth year BSc Psychology Undergraduate student at Glasgow Caledonian University and I am conducting a study to fulfill the requirements of my empirical project module. The purpose of this study is to investigate differences in people’s perceptions of learning disabilities. The study is particularly interested at whether familiarity, education and level of severity of the disability can affect adult’s perceptions of learning disabilities. I am looking for participants to take part in my study who are 18 or over and of any background regarding the level of experience with learning disabilities and level of education. If you are willing to participate, this will involve completing a short survey which will take no longer than 20 minutes. Further information about the study is provided by clicking on the following link below or contact me on kmcgre18@caledonian.ac.uk http://edu.surveygizmo.com/s3/1081705/Perceptions-of-Learning-Disabilities When completing the survey you will not be required give your name or any personal details and your answers will be treated confidentially and anonymously. Also, if you decide to take part you are still free to not answer all the questions and withdraw at any time by closing the webpage.
My supervisor is Dr Josie Williams and she may be contacted if you have any questions or queries by josie.williams@gcu.ac.uk
Thank you for your time reading this, I hope you will be able to help!

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