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International Motivation Survey

Dear Madam/Sir,

You are invited to participate in an international research study. This
research project is headed and led by Cambridge student Nico Baumgarten.

What is it all about?
It is a well-known fact that there exist many differences between cultures.
However, how these differences effect motivation if there are effects at
all is not yet clear. This survey is set out to change this. With your
help, it will be possible to achieve this.

Therefore, we kindly ask you to spare only 10 minutes of your time and
visit the survey home page.

Go to the survey http://crosscultural.research.yi.org
or if this does not work the direct link http://82.4.146.32

Who participates?
All over the world, people are chosen to participate in the survey.
Although the survey is completely anonymous, each person is a
representative of his/her country. Hence, it does not matter, which job a
person has, whether he/she is male or female, old or young. The more people
choose to participate the more accurate this survey is going to represent
and show cultural influences as well as similarities.

So if you want to tell your friends about this survey - Please Do So! Just
forward this email to your friends or use the feature on the survey home
page.

What is in it for you?
With your help your country will be represented in the survey.

Of course, you can opt-in to receive the results of the study at the end of
the survey.

Any information you provide will be kept strictly confidential and
anonymous.

Thanking you in advance for you support I remain with

Kind regards

Nico Baumgarten
http://crosscultural.research.yi.org

http://82.4.146.32
Jul 23 '05 #1
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On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 11:08:15 +0100, Nico Baumgarten
<su****@crosscultural.research.yi.org> wrote:
Dear Madam/Sir,

You are invited to participate in an international research study. This
research project is headed and led by Cambridge student Nico Baumgarten.

What is it all about?
It is a well-known fact that there exist many differences between cultures.
However, how these differences effect motivation if there are effects at
all is not yet clear. This survey is set out to change this. With your

:

I really couldn't be bothered, mate.
Jul 23 '05 #2

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