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Join our online mindfulness study

Take part in our mindfulness study. You’ll listen to a mindfulness exercise and complete a questionnaire. You'll receive £5 for your participation.

Take part in this study

This study will help our research into people's thoughts and feelings towards mindfulness activities.

What you’ll do

You’ll listen to a 10-minute guided mindfulness practice. Once you have finished this, you will then be asked to complete a brief questionnaire about your attitudes, motivation and intentions toward mindfulness.

Overall, this study will take around 20 minutes to complete.


To take part in this study, you must:

  • be 18-years-old or over
  • be a University of Bath student
  • have not completed a 4+ week mindfulness course

What you’ll get for taking part

You’ll receive £5 for your participation. This will be paid via bank transfer.


You can take part in this study up to 1 February 2024.

Your data

All survey response data will be anonymous, with no personally identifying information. As such, it will not be possible to identify you by name or any other identifying information in any aspect of the data, documentation or reporting from the research study. At the end of the study your anonymised data may be made 'openly available'. This means that it will be published in an online data repository so that it is discoverable and publicly available.

At the end of the survey you will be auto-redirected to a new page where you can provide details to be paid via bank transfer. This means that your survey responses will be stored separately from and not linked to any payment details. Any payment detail information will be deleted as soon as payment is completed.

You are free to withdraw from the study at any time, without having to give a reason. As the data is anonymous from the point it is submitted, data cannot be withdrawn after this point. The data will be used to publish a research study. Apart from this publication, only researchers directly involved in the study will have access to the data.

Ethics approval

This study has received approval from the University of Bath Research Ethics Committee (Ref. 0078-609).

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Contact us

If you have any questions about this research study, please contact us.