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Marcela
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ICV Study for law students and professionals in law

Postby Marcela » Sat May 18, 2013 4:00 am

Hello,
I’m Marcela. I’m a Brazilian graduate student of the International Cognitive Visualization Program at California State University, Chico working on my Master’s thesis with Dr. Neil Schwartz (CSU, Chico).

Our study is concerned with the use of different modes of evidence presentation and derived judgment on a legal case.
For our study, we are looking for law students with a minimum study of two years or more or professionals in the field of law who would like to participate in a short, 20 minute online study. Your professional experience and knowledge regarding law is invaluable to us and your help would be greatly appreciated.

We also believe that our study will provide you with a unique opportunity to view a very interesting simulated case specifically for students of law.

Again, this study does not take longer than 20 minutes and all it requires is speakers or headphones.
Please click on this link: --LinkRemoved--

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me: mwolf10@mail.csuchico.edu
Thank you for your help.
Marcela

Marcela
Posts: 3
Joined: Sun May 12, 2013 1:00 pm

Re: ICV Study for law students and professionals in law

Postby Marcela » Mon May 20, 2013 6:49 pm

Thank you for everybody who took part in my study! My survey is being very successful and I have a lot of people from this forum participating in my study.
Your participation is really important for my thesis work and I am very glad that people are really engaging on my survey helping me to answer my research questions.

However, I still need more participants from the field of law. Your opinion as a legal expertise or student is really important for my study. Moreover, you will be able to view a very interesting simulated case specifically for students of law.

This study does not take longer than 20 minutes and all it requires is speakers or headphones.
Please click on this link: --LinkRemoved-- ... tion-study

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me: mwolf10@mail.csuchico.edu
Thank you for your help.
Marcela




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