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#1 of 5 Old 02-20-2013, 07:35 PM - Thread Starter
 
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https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QPBKYQ3

 

This survey is designed for parents of child aged 2-11.

The study is confidential, voluntary and your responses will remain anonymous. Also, there is a chance to win a $50 dollars Starbucks gift card after completing the survey.

Please take the time (which should take no more than 15 minutes) to complete the survey. 

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Interesting, but I don't think many children 8 and under have an opinion about this:

 


Mom and Dad should be treated equally by the law in child custody cases.

 

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Mom and Dad should have equal roles in decisions about spending money.


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What do you mean by 'hours spent with' the child?  I am around my kids almost all the time but I am not necessarily directly interacting with them.  If I'm in the kitchen and they are playing barbies in their room, do I count that? 


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I have  a pretty hard time believing this is an actual research study by a credible source given the spelling mistake on the first page, 2 repeated questions, word for word, and asking for your child's name, and no identifying info about the authors or the university on the fisrt post.

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I have  a pretty hard time believing this is an actual research study by a credible source given the spelling mistake on the first page, 2 repeated questions, word for word, and asking for your child's name, and no identifying info about the authors or the university on the fisrt post.

 

Maybe they didn't mention their name here but all names and University info is given on the first page of the survey, as well as phone numbers for not only the researchers but their supervisors at the uni.

 

Looks legit to me.

 

I gave a fake name because, even though my son has a relatively common name, I also found it kind of weird too that they ask for the name. But not weird enough to make me doubt its legitimacy/


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