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Confidential survey - modafinil and/or methylphenidate users: your contribution is important

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#1 rt0466

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Posted 01 May 2018 - 10:06 AM

Recruiting: confidential survey – modafinil and/or methylphenidate users – your input is important

Click here to take the survey: https://lsbupsycholo...4JcyBYKV5VaCf9H


I am a PhD student at London South Bank University and I am researching the use of psychoactive drugs and everyday attention. This study aims to understand the off-prescription use of modafinil and methylphenidate, recreational drug use and also how people who take these drugs feel that their attention is like both on and off these drugs. If you are over 18 years of age and can spare 15-20 minutes, please complete this online survey (link found below).


NOTE: If you don't have time to finish the survey, just keep your browser window open and return to it later (as long as your computer is secure).


This survey is completely confidential and anonymous so no details that could identify you will be recorded. This study is not restricted to any country and welcomes people from all countries to participate. Even if you have no experience of taking these drugs you are still invited to participate. This survey will be open until 6 May 2018, after which time the survey will close. Our findings from this study will contribute to informing research on the extent of use of these drugs within the UK and internationally and will form the basis of a journal article that may be published in a peer-reviewed journal.


The study has been approved by the School of Applied Science Ethics Committee of London South Bank University (ref. SAS 1733).


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