__Information and Consent Form<\/U><\/EM><\/P>\r\n__

__Study name: Confidence & Credibility<\/U><\/EM><\/P>\r\n__

__Investigators: Daylian Cain and Don Moore<\/U><\/EM><\/P>\r\n__

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__Purpose:<\/P>\r\n__

__We are conducting a research study to examine <\/EM>how you think you will perform in various trivia tasks. <\/P>\r\n__

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*Procedures:<\/P>\r\n*

*Participation in this study will involve answering various trivia questions and then filling out a questionnaire about how well you think you did. We anticipate that your involvement will require 20 to 30 minutes.<\/U> <\/EM><\/P>\r\n*

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*You may only participate once. <\/P>\r\n*

* <\/P><\/EM>\r\n*

*Payment:<\/P>\r\n*

*You will receive $5 base-payment for participating. In addition, for every 40 participants, one person will get a $45 prize and one person will get a $90 prize. You will learn shortly how you can increase your chances of winning these prizes. All payments will come in the form of an Amazon gift card which will be emailed to you within one week of the study's conclusion. <\/P>\r\n*

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*Risks and Benefits:<\/P>\r\n*

*This study has little to no risks, other than the time it takes to participate. <\/P>\r\n*

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**Confidentiality:<\/P>\r\n**

**All of your responses will be held in confidence. Only the researchers involved in this study and those responsible for research oversight will have access to the information you provide. <\/P>\r\n**

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**Voluntary Participation:<\/P>\r\n**

**Participation in this study is completely voluntary. You are free to decline to participate, to end participation at any time for any reason, or to refuse to answer any individual question without penalty or loss of compensation.<\/P>\r\n**

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**Questions:<\/P>\r\n**

**If you have any questions about this study, you may contact the investigator, Dr. Daylian Cain: daylian.cain@yale.edu.<\/P>\r\n**

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**If you would like to talk with someone other than the researchers to discuss problems or concerns, to discuss situations in the event that a member of the research team is not available, or to discuss your rights as a research participant, you may contact the Yale University Human Subjects Committee, Box 208252, New Haven, CT 06520-8252, 203-436-3650, human.subjects@yale.edu. Additional information is available at http:\/\/www.yale.edu\/hsc\/Subject\/subjectsrights.htm <\/U><\/EM><\/U><\/P>\r\n**

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__Agreement to Participate:<\/P>\r\n__

__I have read the above information, have had the opportunity to have any questions about this study answered and agree to participate in this study. <\/P>\r\n__

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__If you are willing to participate, please click the button below (\">>\") to continue to the first page. <\/P>\r\n__

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__There will be two competitions for two prizes:<\/P>\r\n__

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<\/span><\/p>Alex fell asleep on a plane halfway to his destination. He slept until the time remaining was half as long as the time he slept. How much of the whole trip was Alex sleeping? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Complete the following analogy: Short is to 1811010 as skinny is to ___. <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Mrs Smith left on a trip the day after the day before yesterday. She will be back the eve of the day after tomorrow. How many nights will she be away? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> With a standard six-sided die, how many throws are required on average before each of the six numbers has landed face up? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> 3 soldiers were patrolling the jungle. 2 of them, while crossing a river, get their cartridge cases wet. The 3 soldiers divided what good cartridges remained, equally. After each had fired 4 shots, the total cartridges remaining were equal to the number each had after the division. How many cartridges were divided? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are 100 buildings along a street. A sign maker is ordered to number the buildings from 1 to 100, how many 9s will he need? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Anne’s brother has one more brother than sisters, how many more brothers than sisters does Anne have? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If no looms are pegs but some gogs are looms, what can you conclude?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What number comes next in this sequence? 8, 12, 18, 29, 40.5, …<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What letter best completes the series? H L O S V …. <\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table> A bridge consists of 10 sections; each section is 2.5 meters long. How far is it from the edge of the bridge to the center?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are four equally spaced beads on a circle. How many straight lines are needed to connect each bead with every other bead using straight lines? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If a certain type of bug lives for only 20 days, how old is the bug when it has lived half of its lifespan?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> John needs 13 bottles of water from the store. John can only carry 3 at a time. What's the minimum number of trips John needs to make to the store?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> LIVED is to DEVIL as 6323 is to _____?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If the day before yesterday is two days after Monday then what day is it today?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which number should come next in the series: 3, 9, 6, 12, 9, 15, 12, 18, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which letter logically follows in this sequence: T, Q, N, K, H, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If two typists can type two pages in five minutes, how many typists will it take to type twenty pages in ten minutes?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Susie has a cake that she splits into six pieces to share with all her friends. If each person with a piece of cake then splits their piece in half to give to another friend, how many pieces of cake are there in the end?<\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table>

<\/span><\/p>Alex fell asleep on a plane halfway to his destination. He slept until the time remaining was half as long as the time he slept. How much of the whole trip was Alex sleeping? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Complete the following analogy: Short is to 1811010 as skinny is to ___. <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Mrs Smith left on a trip the day after the day before yesterday. She will be back the eve of the day after tomorrow. How many nights will she be away? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> With a standard six-sided die, how many throws are required on average before each of the six numbers has landed face up? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> 3 soldiers were patrolling the jungle. 2 of them, while crossing a river, get their cartridge cases wet. The 3 soldiers divided what good cartridges remained, equally. After each had fired 4 shots, the total cartridges remaining were equal to the number each had after the division. How many cartridges were divided? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are 100 buildings along a street. A sign maker is ordered to number the buildings from 1 to 100, how many 9s will he need? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Anne’s brother has one more brother than sisters, how many more brothers than sisters does Anne have? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If no looms are pegs but some gogs are looms, what can you conclude?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What number comes next in this sequence? 8, 12, 18, 29, 40.5, …<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What letter best completes the series? H L O S V …. <\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table> A bridge consists of 10 sections; each section is 2.5 meters long. How far is it from the edge of the bridge to the center?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are four equally spaced beads on a circle. How many straight lines are needed to connect each bead with every other bead using straight lines? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If a certain type of bug lives for only 20 days, how old is the bug when it has lived half of its lifespan?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> John needs 13 bottles of water from the store. John can only carry 3 at a time. What's the minimum number of trips John needs to make to the store?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> LIVED is to DEVIL as 6323 is to _____?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If the day before yesterday is two days after Monday then what day is it today?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which number should come next in the series: 3, 9, 6, 12, 9, 15, 12, 18, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which letter logically follows in this sequence: T, Q, N, K, H, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If two typists can type two pages in five minutes, how many typists will it take to type twenty pages in ten minutes?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Susie has a cake that she splits into six pieces to share with all her friends. If each person with a piece of cake then splits their piece in half to give to another friend, how many pieces of cake are there in the end?<\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table>

<\/span><\/p>Alex fell asleep on a plane halfway to his destination. He slept until the time remaining was half as long as the time he slept. How much of the whole trip was Alex sleeping? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Complete the following analogy: Short is to 1811010 as skinny is to ___. <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Mrs Smith left on a trip the day after the day before yesterday. She will be back the eve of the day after tomorrow. How many nights will she be away? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> With a standard six-sided die, how many throws are required on average before each of the six numbers has landed face up? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> 3 soldiers were patrolling the jungle. 2 of them, while crossing a river, get their cartridge cases wet. The 3 soldiers divided what good cartridges remained, equally. After each had fired 4 shots, the total cartridges remaining were equal to the number each had after the division. How many cartridges were divided? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are 100 buildings along a street. A sign maker is ordered to number the buildings from 1 to 100, how many 9s will he need? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> Anne’s brother has one more brother than sisters, how many more brothers than sisters does Anne have? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If no looms are pegs but some gogs are looms, what can you conclude?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What number comes next in this sequence? 8, 12, 18, 29, 40.5, …<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What letter best completes the series? H L O S V …. <\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table> A bridge consists of 10 sections; each section is 2.5 meters long. How far is it from the edge of the bridge to the center?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> There are four equally spaced beads on a circle. How many straight lines are needed to connect each bead with every other bead using straight lines? <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If a certain type of bug lives for only 20 days, how old is the bug when it has lived half of its lifespan?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> John needs 13 bottles of water from the store. John can only carry 3 at a time. What's the minimum number of trips John needs to make to the store?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> LIVED is to DEVIL as 6323 is to _____?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If the day before yesterday is two days after Monday then what day is it today?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which number should come next in the series: 3, 9, 6, 12, 9, 15, 12, 18, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Which letter logically follows in this sequence: T, Q, N, K, H, ?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> If two typists can type two pages in five minutes, how many typists will it take to type twenty pages in ten minutes?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> Susie has a cake that she splits into six pieces to share with all her friends. If each person with a piece of cake then splits their piece in half to give to another friend, how many pieces of cake are there in the end?<\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table> Complete the following analogy: Short is to 1811010 as skinny is to ___. <\/span><\/td><\/tr> If no looms are pegs but some gogs are looms, what can you conclude?<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What number comes next in this sequence? 8, 12, 18, 29, 40.5, …<\/span><\/td><\/tr> What letter best completes the series? H L O S V …. <\/span><\/td><\/tr><\/tbody><\/table> **<\/span><\/span><\/font><\/b><\/p><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/span><\/font><\/span> Time remaining: 10:00<\/span><\/span><\/b><\/span> **