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Songwriting University Study: Looking For Participants


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  • Noob

Hi there,

 

I am a psychology researcher at Cape Breton University, Canada, and also a musician/song writer myself. My professor and I are conducting a study on song writing and its influence on identity development. If you are interested and have the time, it would be greatly appreciated if you participated in our study by answering some questions on our survey - it will only take approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete. Thank so much, and here is the link...

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/18iq_8YJ199QGC62RyBgg_DOisU-zjmU2L_7SgXZOBYY/viewform

 

Much thanks,

 

Gillian

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Hi

 

Welcome to Songstuff :)

 

Jan

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Hey Songstuffers, just completed this survey and its well worth it. They ask the sorts of questions you wish your friends or loved ones asked you more often. Definitely check it out if you have 15 minutes and want a chance to really unpack why we do what we do and can't help but keep on doing it!!

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  • Noob

Hey chased, thanks for the positive feedback. Glad to hear you enjoyed the survey. It really is a self-reflective exercise - if you are a part of any other music blogs or forums, would you mind sharing with other fellow musicians? Thanks!

 

G.

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As usual, I wrote a book!

K

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