Monday, February 04, 2008

Life after Death Survey.

Louise Gordon, a registered users at Think Humanism is seeking information you may be able to help with. The questionnaire has 34 questions and only takes a couple of minutes to complete.

It took me 3 minutes to complete her survey.

As usual, I should like to make the most of the opportunity to promote a few related discussions that have taken place on the forum:


A new Humanist religion

Coping with loss

Don't you wish there was life after death?

I don't want a funeral ceremony

Best regards, Maria

Here's Louise' email:


My name is Louise Gordon and I am a final year psychology student at Glasgow University.

I was wondering if you would mind taking the time to fill in my questionnaire to help me with my final year dissertation. My project is primarily investigating the effect of religious beliefs of the afterlife and death anxiety. However, I though it would be fascinating to include Humanist, non-religious views in my project to show whether religious beliefs really are important in reducing our anxiety.

Overall, I believe this study will highlight the importance of including religious AND non-religious techniques in different therapies and care e.g.

bereavement counselling and end-of-life care.

I'll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!


You can access the questionnaire by clicking in the link below!

Thank you all very much for your time.

Louise Gordon

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