Your views needed on cycling perceptions and intentions

THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED - THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK PART

The Department of Psychology is seeking participants to take part in an online study that aims to measure people’s perceptions of, and intentions, to cycle.

There is evidence of a decrease in cycling levels across the UK, and it has been suggested that the change in people’s perceptions of cycling could explain this decrease.

The online study, which takes between 20 and 30 minutes, involves reading a short information leaflet about cycling and completing several questionnaires.

Participants should be over 18 years old. All data collected will be anonymous and confidential and no identifiable information, including your IP address, will be collected.

This project has received full ethical approval from the University of Bath Department of Psychology Ethics Committee (Ref. number: 13-083).

If you are interested in taking part please to start the questionnaire here. If you have any further questions or comments please contact Aleksandra Laketa.

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