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Nov 4, 2007 3:29 PM

Okay, so not really, I just needed something to catch your attention. XD That said~

OMG, a psychology project I can actually work with!

For the semester end of my psychology cla ss we have to design and carry out our own research project. We could choose ANY topic, so long as it interested us. I chose mine to study the link between otaku and confidence, but I won't say anything more than that. If you're any sort of anime fan, I'd really appreciate it if you took the time to fill out my survey--don't worry, it's not a test of knowledge or anything that involves you knowing certain things about certain series. It's just a reflection of how becoming an otaku has changed you. The more people I get, the better the results, and then I can tell y'all the conclusions.

Click here, you know you want to.

If you take it, thank you so much! If you don't and you have a reason such as you aren't a fan of anime, that's okay! If you don't and you are an anime fan... you shame the fandom! JK. Really, though, thanks to any and all that participate. Please spread the link to any anime fans you know.


Posted by AriSky | Nov 4, 2007 3:29 PM | 2 comments
AriSky | Nov 5, 2007 2:49 PM
Indeed. I like knowing random things, even if I don't have a name to go with the information. I won't come stalking any of y'all, I swear.

I know! I was writing it out and got all excited cause I realized I'd be able to use a semi-colon in it. And hey, I'm from California (and am quite Liberal), so perhaps that speculation is true. ^_~
Kolokotronis | Nov 5, 2007 7:19 AM
Interesting project. Some of the questions were rather open/subjective, but I imagine you'll get some interesting answers.

Incidentally (and irrelevantly), it was a rare pleasure to see a semi-colon being used appropriately in the introduction. I've read that it's actually a rather politicised piece of punctuation in the States, being associated with left-wing, liberal attitudes. I must stress, though, that that's only something I've read and not something I've observed.