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Share your views on Brexit-related arguments

9 July 2018

UCL MSc students are conducting a study to test for the role of certain psychological factors in decision making on Brexit.


The aim is to help academics better understand what arguments different people find convincing, and we hope you will also learn something about yourself and your attitudes to Brexit.

Who can take part?

Participants must be eligible to vote in the UK.

What will it involve?

In taking part you will be asked to provide some demographic information before answering a number of multiple-choice questions. After this you will be presented with four short political arguments and will be asked about your perception of these arguments.


Participants will be eligible to enter a prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher.

How do I sign up?

To take part, visit the webpage

This study has been approved by UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences Research Department Ethics Chair (Project ID No LCRD.2016.03).

Chris Walker, MSc Cognitive and Decision Sciences, UCL Division of Psychology and Language Sciences