You are being invited to participate in a research survey conducted by NeuroClastic, a 501(c)3 disability rights nonprofit organization. Participation in this study is completely anonymous and completion is voluntary. You may stop your participation at any time for any reason. Please read the information below:
You are invited to participate in a research questionnaire about perspectives of professionals from select fields on the use of electric skin shock punishment to modify the behaviors of individuals with disabilities as used at Judge Rotenberg Center in Canton, Massachusetts.
PARTICIPANTS: This survey is open to professionals and graduate students in the following careers: mental health counselors, psychologists, psychiatrists, behavior analysts, educators, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, and licensed clinical social workers.
The length of time you will be involved with this study is approximately 5 minutes.
There are no known personal risks for participating in anonymous survey research or for participating in this study. Participants may find it difficult to contemplate the use of painful punishment procedures on disabled individuals.
Your responses to the survey items are anonymous. No identifying information will be collected. NeuroClastic’s leadership team members will have access to the raw data collected in this survey. Any input you contribute may be made publicly available.
Your participation in this study is voluntary. In addition, you may choose to not respond to individual items in the survey. You are free to withdraw from the study at any time without penalty.
By clicking the button below, you acknowledge that your participation in the study is voluntary and are aware that you may terminate your participation in the study at any time and for any reason.