Welcome to my 'Perception of Dance' survey!

Thank you very much for your interest to participate in this survey, conducted by Lotta Kahle, student at the Department of Psychology at Brunel University.
The purpose of this study is to investigate people’s perception of dance. Because this study aims to investigate the influence of American culture and Indian culture, participants for this study must be born and raised either in the US or in India.

In this survey, you will be presented with a) 18 short dance videos depicting different dance scenes b) a series of questions that ask you to rate the dance scenes depicted in the videos and c) a series of questions relating to individual characteristics that may be related to your ratings. Completing this survey is expected to take approximately 20 minutes, but you can work at your own pace.

Upon completion of the survey, you will be entered into the lottery to win a 20£ Amazon gift card. Please be aware however, that not completing the survey, skipping too many items, and giving random answers without paying attention may result in losing the eligibility to enter the lottery.
Your participation in the study is completely voluntary, and you may withdraw from this study at any time without negative consequences. All the information you provide on this survey will be kept confidential, and your name will not appear anywhere at the reports or publications. The data collected in this survey will be analysed by Lotta Kahle only.

The study has been approved by the Brunel Psychology Research Ethics Committee.
If you have any questions you would like to ask about this study, please contact Lotta Kahle (1332073@my.brunel.ac.uk). If you have any concerns or complaints regarding the way in which the study is conducted, you may contact the Chair of Psychology Research Ethics Committee Dr Achim Schützwohl (achim.schuetzwohl@brunel.ac.uk).

Please be advised that you can only participate in this study if you were born and raised either in the US or in India and you have to be proficient in the English language.

Participants must be older than 18 years of age.

* I have read and understand the above and consent to participate in this study. Consenting is not a waiver of any legal rights. Furthermore, I understand that I will be able to keep a copy of the informed consent form formy records (available upon request).

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