My name is Frances Perrett, and I’m a Computer Science student at the University of York in the UK. I’m currently working on my Master’s project, and as part of my project I am running a survey. My aim is to try and understand how different gaming experiences affect each other. The amazing moderators of your subreddit have been kind enough to let me post an advert for my survey here, which I’m incredibly thankful for. The survey takes 5-15 minutes to complete. I hope that as many of you (from the Monster Hunter-community) as possible take part in the survey, as I want the results to be as reliable and applicable as possible, and in order to do that I need a broad range of people to take part. So if you haven't played Monster Hunter for a while, or haven’t completed whatever game you're currently playing, then that’s totally fine, and I’m still more than happy to hear from you.
Once the survey is closed, I'd be more than happy to discuss the results in full here as well, if anyone's interested in that.
You can find the questionnaire here: https://york.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b9rFL7UwCQvd8t7
All the best, Frances Perrett, University of York
P.S. Feel free to share the link on whatever social media platforms you feel like, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. Always appreciated
What does the first question mean?
I've had some questions about the first question. It can be any game at all, doesn't have to be Monster Hunter. It’s asking about the most recent game you played in your last gaming session.
What personal details are required?
The only personal details asked are about age range, gender, country and at the end it asks for an email, but these are all completely optional questions that you don't have to answer.
Why are some questions so similar?
I'm currently using two pre-validated questionnaires which may have some cross-over.
© Post "Player Experience Questionnaire" for game Monster Hunter World.
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