HOW MUCH DOES YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND
INFLUENCE YOU?

Participate in an online research study and get answers to that question.

Dr. Olafur Palsson in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine is testing a new questionnaire, called the Thought Impact Scale, which is designed to measure the degree to which subconscious (or non-conscious) mental functions affect people's conscious behaviors, feelings and life experiences in everyday life. This online study will evaluate how the new questionnaire scores relate to various personal life experiences and characteristics, and assess the reliability and internal consistency of the questionnaire.

Whether you believe you are influenced a lot by your subconscious mind or only a little bit or even not at all, you are invited to participate in this study.

Participation requires:
  • Completing online surveys twice, about 30 days apart (takes about 25 minutes each time).
  • Being at least 18 years old, living in the United States and being fluent in English.

In exchange for your participation, you will:
  • Receive a personal report of your questionnaire results and their meaning. This report will include your scores on the new Thought Impact Scale and other questionnaires used in the study, how those scores compare in general with those of people in the study sample, and what the scores seem to mean about how much connection you have with your subconscious mind and how they relate to other main findings in the study.
  • Be entered into a drawing for 5 Amazon gift cards of $25 each
  • Receive a copy of the abstracts of all scientific papers that are published with the findings of this research



Click the PARTICIPATE button below to read the study consent form and to sign up to take part in the study.




Personal invitation video from the investigator, Dr. Palsson:



HOW MUCH DOES YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS MIND
INFLUENCE YOU?

Participate in an online research study and get answers to that question.

Dr. Olafur Palsson in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine is testing a new questionnaire, called the Thought Impact Scale, which is designed to measure the degree to which subconscious (or non-conscious) mental functions affect people's conscious behaviors, feelings and life experiences in everyday life. This online study will evaluate how the new questionnaire scores relate to various personal life experiences and characteristics, and assess the reliability and internal consistency of the questionnaire.

Whether you believe you are influenced a lot by your subconscious mind or only a little bit or even not at all, you are invited to participate in this study.

Participation requires:
  • Completing online surveys twice, about 30 days apart (takes about 25 minutes each time).
  • Being at least 18 years old, living in the United States and being fluent in English.

In exchange for your participation, you will:
  • Receive a personal report of your questionnaire results and their meaning. This report will include your scores on the new Thought Impact Scale and other questionnaires used in the study, how those scores compare in general with those of people in the study sample, and what the scores seem to mean about how much connection you have with your subconscious mind and how they relate to other main findings in the study.
  • Be entered into a drawing for 5 Amazon gift cards of $25 each
  • Receive a copy of the abstracts of all scientific papers that are published with the findings of this research



Click the PARTICIPATE button below to read the study consent form and to sign up to take part in the study.




A personal invitation video from the investigator, Dr. Palsson: