Did you ever think about getting involved in research, but then realized that you were only a high school student?
Well, this is the perfect chance for you to participate in psychology research and help out a fellow psychology student!
I am currently researching high school psychology students’ opinions about Milgram’s research on obedience. No one has ever surveyed how high school students feel about Milgram’s experiments, and you can be part of the first group of students to let your opinions be known.
Now you may be asking, "How can I participate?" Easy! There's a link to the survey at the bottom of this article. If you are a high school student in a psychology course, you can simply click on the link and complete the survey. It is not meant to take long and can easily be done in 10 minutes or less.
This survey is completely voluntary and you may quit any time. However, in order for your response to be recorded, you must hit the submit button at the end. The survey is very easy to complete, and Google Forms is a fantastic survey platform.
Although the survey is designed to assess your opinions on Milgram’s research from the 1960s, it includes many questions that are relevant to the world today and have the potential to produce astonishing results.
Click on the link below, take the survey, and be one of the first students to express your opinions about Milgram’s research!