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Ioana Cionea, of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma, United States is currently working on a research project aimed at learning more about the way people from different cultures argue.

Prof. Cionea is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire. Respondents would have to provide basic demographic information (such as sex, age, occupation, but no identifiable information such as name or email address), and answer some open-ended questions (for example, what they usually argue about, with whom, and how often), and then answer a few questions in which they enter a number to indicate whether they agree or disagree with several statements presented. Completing all these questions should take approximately 20-30 minutes.  (more…)

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