[Nfbnet-members-list] Fwd: Visually Impaired Participants Needed for Psychology Survey!

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sun Apr 5 22:15:24 UTC 2015

>From: Nicole Yarmolkevich <nicole.yarmolkevich at gmail.com>
>To: dandrews at visi.com
>I am a part of the board of the Human Services devision of the NFB,
>and Merry Schock directed me to you. I am looking for blind and
>visually impaired participants for a psychology senior thesis I am
>conducting. I was wondering if you could send the following message to
>the entire NFB.
>Below you will find my solicitation email. Would you be willing to
>send it out to everyone in the next few days? If you want, you can
>take it as well!
>Thank you very much for your willingness to help! Let me know if you
>have any questions or concerns.
>Nicole Yarmolkevich & Flash
>SUBJECT: Visually Impaired Participants Need for Psychology Survey!
>Hello Everyone,
>My name is Nicole and I need your help with my psychology honors thesis!
>I am an Elmhurst College senior and my thesis is investigating
>personality and people’s perceptions of pets—whether they aare pet
>owners or non-owners. I am particularly interested in including a
>sample of individuals with a visual impairment, which is why I am
>reaching out to you here! The study has Institutional Review Board
>Approval and is being completed under the advisement of Dr. Liz Majka.
>If you have time, it would be great if you could help by completing my
>thesis survey. It is fully accessible with screen readers and should
>take no longer than 30-45 minutes. At the end of the survey, you can
>be entered into a raffle to earn a gift card. And of course I am happy
>to provide you with more information about the study results once I
>have analyzed all the data!
>If you would like to participate, you can find the link below. As long
>as your screen reader is enabled, when you click on the survey link,
>you will find another link at the top with an accessible version of
>the survey.
>Survey Link:
>Thank you so much for your time!
>If you have any problems with the survey or any questions, please feel
>free to email me at yarmolkevichn at net.elmhurst.edu. Please also feel
>free to forward the survey link to your friends and family—whether
>they are sighted or visually impaired.
>Thanks again!
>Nicole Yarmolkevich and Flash
>Nicole Yarmolkevich and Flash
>Elmhurst College 2015
>Psychology Major
>Communication Studies Minor
>Research assistant in the social psychology and cognitive psychology labs
>Secretary of the NFB Human Services Devision

         David Andrews and long white cane Harry.
E-Mail:  dandrews at visi.com or david.andrews at nfbnet.org

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