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Psychology and Religion Research Group Participant Panel
Thank you for your interest in joining the Psychology and Religion Research Group Participant Panel. The following details should provide you with enough information to make a decision about participation.
AIMS OF THE RESEARCH
The Psychology and Religion Research Group is a collection of researchers at the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Divinity interested in investigating how religion works from the perspective of psychology. We are not trying to 'explain religion away' psychologically, but are instead using the scientific tools of experimental psychology to try to understand how different people engage with religious ideas and concepts. To do this we need the help of religious and non-religious people as participants in our studies.
You may be able to participate in our research if you are a fluent English speaker and are aged 18 or older. Participation in this research is voluntary and you would be free to withdraw your participation at any point.
Before you can take part in an experiment, you would need to complete a short survey about your religious experiences, beliefs, and attitudes. It should take less than 10 minutes. All of your answers will be treated confidentially.
When you have completed the survey we may then invite you to take part in one or more studies at your convenience.