About This Study on Perceptions and Solutions of Ethical Dilemmas
This survey is run in collaboration with researchers from the Departments of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, England, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Mainz, Germany, looking at how people make decisions in ethical dilemmas and how such decision-making varies across regions.
- Friedrich Götz is an avowed Game of Thrones fan and can't wait for the final season. He is also a PhD student in Psychology at the University of Cambridge, whose research aims to disentangle the psychological underpinnings of regional differences.
- Dr. Joey Cheng is an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is interested in the psychological underpinnings of social hierarchy, competition, and leadership.
- Dr. Marius Leckelt is an assistant professor at the University of Mainz. His primary research focus is on the impact of personality (with a special interest in narcissism) on people's lives across various domains.
- Chris Wilson is an avowed social psychology fan and the Director of Data Journalism at TIME who, along with Friedrich Götz, pioneered the partnership of social science and journalism.
If you have any further questions, comments or queries or would like to revoke your consent and withdraw from the study, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that only data of participants aged 18 years or more will be considered for analysis. All data will remain anonymous and confidential and will not be made accessible to any third parties. No individual diagnostics will be done and only group-level analyses will be conducted. Said group-level results will then be published as a research article in a scientific journal.