Raise money for Save the Children by completing a survey for your 3-5 yr olds

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elenah Mon 26-Sep-16 12:50:16

A new research project is being launched today to investigate how we can best measure personality in 3, 4 and 5-year-old children.

Dr Terry Ng-Knight and Professor Ingrid Schoon, from University College London, are seeking to discover whether there are social factors, such as family size and financial stress, which influence young children’s personalities.

The first step towards this is examining whether shorter questionnaires can be used to accurately measure the emerging personality traits of young children.

Parents across the world are invited to participate in the 10 minute survey at babylovesscience.com/landing/ucl.

Save the Children will receive £1 for every survey completed.

The survey asks questions about various dimensions of personality, including emotions, behaviour and attention, e.g.: Does your child like to go high and fast when pushed on a swing?

We would love it if you could tell your friends about the survey - it's really helpful when parents post a link to the survey on facebook and tag their friends.

Thanks!

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