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  • #16
    I would ask the principle investigator, to provide the full IRB application and approval. Though this is available via a similar process of the FOIA, it is a public document to protect the community. I think it would settle the concerns.
    “Positivity triumphs over negativity” - famous quote by the famous Cowlazars 2018

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Captainahabseeks1
      I do see the question about: have you put others at risk as a red flag. However there are many professions (example nursing) that are required by law to report any instance of suspected child abuse...that alone does not make this a witch hunt.
      One time I called the state to report child abuse. It was on a five year old little girl who had Gonorrhea. The person from the state's hotline asked me why I suspected child abuse. My response was some what terse; "How many other 5 year olds do you know that are sexually active?" 1f

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      • #18
        Originally posted by nmcc View Post
        Not to be a wet rag in all this, but the PI is a legitimate researcher. If you have doubts about the ethical nature of the study, or have concerns about the true purpose of it, he lists his contact information or you can look him up in the Psychology Dept. at NDU and contact him directly through email.
        so what....?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by 1keyword View Post

          so what....?
          So what what?

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          • #20
            I took the survey. Seems like they just want to figure out if we're off our rockers. I wish they had asked more questions about our solves & searches and less about how reckless we think we are. I'm not a risk-taker at all, I just like puzzles, hiking & Dr. Pepper. However, I DO NOT like Baby Ruth's. Does that make me ruthless?
            I gave myself a 75% chance of finding it. #optimist

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            • #21
              Originally posted by OneMoreBOTG View Post
              I took the survey. Seems like they just want to figure out if we're off our rockers. I wish they had asked more questions about our solves & searches and less about how reckless we think we are. I'm not a risk-taker at all, I just like puzzles, hiking & Dr. Pepper. However, I DO NOT like Baby Ruth's. Does that make me ruthless?
              I gave myself a 75% chance of finding it. #optimist
              Pibb Xtra is way better than Dr. Pepper; so needless to say; I didn't take the survey.
              Did you need to state a % chance you thought you had of finding it in the survey?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by NoStaticAtALL_IN_hi-deaf View Post

                Pibb Xtra is way better than Dr. Pepper; so needless to say; I didn't take the survey.
                Did you need to state a % chance you thought you had of finding it in the survey?
                I can see why you would prefer Pibb Xtra. Yes, what % you think your chances are of finding it is one of the questions.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by whodat View Post
                  Childhood maltreatment is an area of my research specialization, but this is project is about the chase. Respondents taking the survey will see that is clearly the case. The focus of this study is on estimating the size of our community and trying to identify psychological attributes that may differentiate adaptive versus maladaptive participation. There are a few questions at the end about experiences of developmental adversity that may or may not warrant analysis. The concern raised by RT was about two sentences in the consent form:

                  "It is our hope that this level of anonymity will encourage your efforts to help us in our study regarding the impact of various forms of child abuse and developmental adversity."

                  This was intended to read: "It is our hope that this level of anonymity will encourage your efforts to help us in our study of the Forrest Fenn treasure hunt."

                  Consent forms are often boilerplate for researchers submitting multiple projects. This was an oversight on my part cutting and pasting. I regret any annoyance raised by respondents. The second issue involved a required sentence for all survey research protocols these days that confidentiality can be maintained unless the police come with a court order. That sort of disclaimer is also routine these days and highly unlikely to have any reason for concern in this study about the chase.

                  Again, I apoligize for the oversight. Forrest was informed about the study prior to its initiation. I would discontinue this project immediately if requested to do so by him.
                  This post and all the responses should tell you everything you need to know about searchers.
                  "I once sent a dozen of my friends a telegram saying 'flee at once - all is discovered.' They all left town immediately." ~ Mark Twain

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