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Psychological effects of the Nice (FR) terror attack

Psychological effects of the Nice (FR) terror attack

Thank you very much for clicking through to our study on the psychological impact of the recent terror attack in Nice, France. We are most grateful for your participation!
This study aims to help us learn more about civilian reactions to terror attacks and help to devise new ways to understand this phenomena and identify civilians at risk.

This questionnaire will ask you questions about your values, media use, social relationships, political views and emotional reactions to these terror attacks. Filling out this questionnaire should take no longer than 10 minutes of your time. At the end of the questionnaire we will describe a little more about the theories we are testing in our work.
This study is being conducted under the auspices of Ariel University, led by Dr Michal Mahat Shamir (School of Social Work). The information will be held and processed for the purpose of academic research and will be accessible to academic colleagues only. All data will be strictly anonymous and confidential and will be kept securely on our servers. Your participation is voluntary and you are free to withdraw at any time by exiting your browser without giving any reason and without being penalized or disadvantaged in any way.
Filling this questionnaire indicating you agree to take part in this study.

2.
What your gender?
*This question is required.
3. What is your marital status? *This question is required.
5.
Where do you live?
*This question is required.
6. What is your religion? *This question is required.
7. How willing would you be to have a non-muslim (If you
 are a Muslim) or how willing would you be to have a Muslim (if
you are not Muslim) as a: *This question is required.
Space Cell Not at allA little bitModeratelymuchVery much
Occasional superficial contact
Business partner
Guest to your home
Close friend
Boyfriend or girlfriend
Married to
8. Please circle the number that best describes how often you had this feeling since the terror attack in Nice: *This question is required.
Space Cell None of the TimeA little of the TimeSome of the timeMost of the TimeAll of the Time
Nervous
Hopeless
Restless or fidgety
So depressed that nothing could cheer you up
That everything was an effort
Worthless
9. List of problems and frequent symptoms following recent terror attack in Nice: *This question is required.
Space Cell Not At allA little bitModeratelyQuite a bitextremely
Repeated, disturbing dreams of the stressful experience?
Suddenly feeling or acting as if the stressful experience were actually happening again (as if you were actually back there reliving it)?
Avoiding memories, thoughts, or feelings related to the stressful experience?
Avoiding external reminders of the stressful experience (for example, people, places, conversations, activities, objects, or situations)?
Being "superalert" or watchful or on guard?
Feeling jumpy or easily startled?
10. How much do you think about your own death? *This question is required.
11. To what extent have the recent terror attack in Nice changed how you think about your own death? *This question is required.
12. How much do you agree with the following statement: The recent terror attack in Nice led me to change my political view: *This question is required.
13. How much do you agree with the following statement: “France will not be the same”? *This question is required.
14. What is your opinion regarding the following statement: "The recent terror attack in Nice led me to change my political view"? *This question is required.
15. Do you think that France has changed following the recent terror attack? *This question is required.
16. If France was changed due to the recent terror attack, it changed:  *This question is required.
17. A fair coin turns up Heads 5 times in a row. Which is more likely to happen on the next toss? *This question is required.
18. The recent terror attack in Nice led to a debate of the importance of civil right vs. security measures. In your option which should take priority: *This question is required.
19. How much time did you spend using the following media in the week after the attack (Since the day of the attack on Thursday the 14th of July, 2016- 168 hours in total)? *This question is required.
20. Please choose the option that describes the degree of control that you felt you had over your media consumption (e.g. exposure to news, social media, cellular applications etc.) in obtaining information relevant to the attack: *This question is required.
21. How safe do you feel in your daily life? *This question is required.
22. Please rate the following statements. There are no right or wrong answers. *This question is required.
Space Cell strongly disagree disagree NaturalAgreestrongly agree
I should have more than what I get
The awful things that happen to me are unfair
Things generally do not work out in the end
Those who are unkind often have the most friends
People who do evil things get away with it
23. How much do you agree with the following statement: “Able to adapt to change”: *This question is required.
24. How much do you agree with the following statement: “Tend to bounce back after illness or hardship”: *This question is required.
Thank you very much for participating in our study. Your contribution can help to learn more about civilian reaction to terror attacks. Our study aims to test theories about the ways people’s react and cope, and their political views may become pronounced during times of peril. We are also novel testing ideas about the relationships between media use, values and anxiety. If you have any further enquiries relating to this research, or wish for some more literature on the subject. please do not hesitate to contact Dr Michal Mahat-Shamir (mahatshamir@gmail.com).
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