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Participants Sought for Survey on Information, Preventive Behavior and Disparities in Pandemic Circumstances
A research team in the School of Information Studies, in collaboration with the University of Texas at Austin and University of Washington, is seeking participants for a survey about information behaviors, risk perceptions and health disparities relating to COVID-19.
Participants will help researchers with the COVID-19 Information Access and Disparity Project Team identify information access disparities and examine the relationship between people’s information access and preventative health behaviors in public health emergency situations (e.g., COVID-19).
Eligible participants who complete the survey have the option for entering a lottery draw for a $30 Amazon gift card.
Anyone over 18 years of age and residing in the United States is eligible to participate.
The questionnaire will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
For more information, contact research assistant Tian Xu, firstname.lastname@example.org.