Home or Away: The Influence of Residential Environment on the Psychological Well-being of Emerging Adults
Laura Rudeck - University of Sunderland, UK.
Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Study looking into the effect different residential types (e.g. living with friends/strangers in Halls of residence or flat share) can have on overall life satisfaction and whether the basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence and relatedness are met from an individuals residential environment.
participants must be aged 18-25 years only, be currently studying within Higher Education and be studying in same country in which their family home resides.
Empathy, Systemizing, Location and Pro-Environmental Behaviour
Katherine Graham - University of Sunderland, UK.
Time to complete - 15 minutes.
This study examines the relationships between the Empathy Quotient, the Systemizing Quotient, Residential and Recreational Location, and Pro-Environmental Behaviours and Attitudes.
The Impact of Residential Communal Areas to Place Attachment and Well-being
Hanjie Feng - University of Sunderland, UK.
Time to complete - 20 minutes.
This study investigates the impacts of the communal areas in residences on resident place attachment and well-being. The questionnaire consists of some general demographic information, ratings of the physical and social qualities of the communal spaces in shared accommodation, and 4 existing measures (place attachment, life satisfaction, mood, and flourishing)
Evaluation of Climate Change Educational Material
Adrian Bruegger - University of Exeter, UK.
Time to complete - 15 minutes
We would like to find out what the public think about education material about climate change. We are interested in opinions and reactions to refine this material. Your opinion counts. We do hope you can help with this important step in our research.
Finding Home in Far Away Places: Place Attachment, Home and Tourist
Stephanie Wilkie and Jamie Robson. - The University of Sunderland, UK.
Participants complete two questionnaires when thinking about their own home, their favourite holiday and their ideal holiday. When thinking about an ideal holiday participants write a brief paragraph describing it prior to completing a questionnaire.
Antje Gibson, Dr. Christine Gockel and Chemnitz. - University of Technology, Germany.
The purpose of this study is to develop of a questionnaire about well-being that is influenced by the environment (especially room temperature). It takes max. 10 minutes.
Environmental Beliefs and Behaviours
Nadine Page - University of Hertfordshire
This study focuses on people’s environmental beliefs and behaviours. It seeks to understand if environmental beliefs correspond with environmental actions and if environmental actions are context dependent. Takes about 20 minutes.
Place Identity within the Context of Home
Dr. Stephanie Wilkie and Q Pei Tan - University of Sunderland, UK
This study focuses on the concept of home and how these places shape part of who you are as an individual. This can assist in the design of housing, city planning, and applied areas such as settling displaced individuals after forced relocation (e.g. a natural disaster). Participants will be asked to identify their home places and indicate their level of agreement with a series of statements. The study takes about 20 minutes.
Can two Places be Home at Once? Home, Place Identity and Place Attachment
Joanne O'Lynn and Stephanie Charleston - University of Sunderland
Study on the concept of home and how it may vary between types of places. You will be asked questions about where you have lived in the past, a place you consider to be home (or have in the past) and about the importance of qualities of the home
Global Warming and Us
A Rabinovich & T Postmes - University of Exeter
In this survey we are interested in your views and opinions on global warming and your perception of what can be done to slow it down. It will take you about 15-20 minutes to complete.
Science & Nature
Anna Rabinovich - University of Exeter, UK
This short online study aims at understanding uncertainty in climate science. Participants will be asked to indicate their thoughts by indicating their level of agreement with a series of statements. The study should take less than 15 minutes.