Complete an online survey on legal decision-making and you could win a £50 Amazon voucher
30 August 2017
UCL Masters student Anu Gulati is recruiting students to take part in an online survey as part of her dissertation project on legal decision-making.
This research aims to inform legal practice and rules on evidence admissibility. This results can have a real-world impact by enhancing judicial procedures and decision-making. Participants will contribute to a growing body of literature focused on understanding the process of jury decision-making.
Based on a pilot survey, the average
time taken to complete this study is around 30 minutes. Please try to complete this study in one sitting (Note:
your answers will be reset after 48 hours of starting the survey, if you do not
complete it). Please answer the survey questions without input from others.
For optimal user experience, Google Chrome and Firefox are the recommended browsers for this survey - Safari should be avoided where possible.
Please feel free to share this survey with your family and friends. For more information please email Anu Gulati.
University College London's Department of Security and Crime Science Ethics Committee approved this study.
Anu Gulati, UCL Security and Crime Science