Survey: What We Think and How We Think

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, (2017, June 12). Survey: What We Think and How We Think. Psychreg on Mental Health & Well-Being.
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Have you ever thought about your thoughts? Find out more and take part in this interesting research survey on metacognitive processes and their impact on mental health, mindfulness and life satisfaction. Your contribution will directly support young researchers in the field of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and you can also win a £50 gift card at a store of your choice. Please follow this link.

None of the data collection will be personal or identifying but researchers will continue to handle it securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act of 1998. The anonymised data may be used for publication or by other researchers in the future within the University of Edinburgh.

To participate in this survey, you must be 16 years or older and be able to read English. If English is not your first language, don’t worry:if you’ve made it this far, you will do fine on this survey; the questions are not complicated.

Participation is always voluntary, and you may withdraw at any time by clicking on the ‘withdraw’ option. By clicking withdraw, all information you have submitted will be excluded from the study.

Questions in this survey are non-sensitive and are not expected to trigger distressing thoughts. However, if you do experience distress while completing this survey, or otherwise feel inclined to seek mental health assistance, you may choose to contact your family doctor or GP, or access the following resources:

If you have any questions please contact the researchers: Hannah Weinberg ( and Zoe Disselkoen ( 


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