Psychological Science and Human Rights #51

Title: Psychological Science and Human Rights

Description: This 11-question survey will inquire about respondents’ knowledge of human rights in psychological science. Respondents will be asked questions about human rights in psychological sciences and their area of expertise. Specifically, the questions are divided into three parts:
1) Background,
2) Knowledge (of human rights in psychological sciences), and
3) Application (of human rights in psychological sciences).
Questions will include select-an-answer type questions, Likert-style questions, and some open-ended questions for text responses. The survey is expected to take most respondents around 15 to 20 minutes to complete.

Study Population:
Persons who hold a Ph.D or master’s degree in psychology or related field and have actively conducted research in the last five years (i.e., data collection, data analysis, grant writing, manuscript writing to publication in peer-reviewed journals).

Participant Obligation:
Up to 20 minutes to complete the study survey.

Location: Online - Montreal and Toronto

Project lead: Dr. Ada Sinacore, Dr. Adam Sandford

Study Dates: January 17, 2022 to September 30, 2022

Study Website: