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You are invited to participate in a voluntary study entitled “A Survey regarding the CANFLY: A Virtual Reality Cognitive Screening and Training Tool for Pilots”. This study aims to gain information for the development of a virtual reality cognitive screening and training tool for pilots.

This study involves one 20-minute survey that will take place online, with your consent.

While this project does not involve any professional or emotional risks. The survey is completely voluntary and anonymous protect your identity. This will be done by keeping all responses anonymous and allowing you to exit the survey at any point and your responses not be included.

You will have the right to end your participation in the study at any time, for any reason, up until you submit the survey, after this point we have no way to identify your response. If you choose to withdraw before the end of the survey, all the information you have provided will be destroyed.

We truly appreciate any and all participation to this study. All survey responses will benefit the development of the CANFLY tool. There is no compensation for participating however we do appreciate your time.

All research data is stored on a password protected account stored on the Google servers. Any hard copies of data (including any handwritten notes or USB keys) will be kept in a locked cabinet at Carleton University. Research data will only be accessible by the researcher and the research supervisor. Data will be stored for up to five years.

The ethics protocol for this project was reviewed by the Carleton University Research Ethics Board, which provided clearance to carry out the research. (Clearance expires on: May 30, 2020)

CUREB-B Clearance #110526

The informed consent/debriefing forms should contain the following REB contact information: Should you have any ethical concerns with the study, please contact the REB Chair, Carleton University Research Ethics Board-B (by phone: 613-520-2600 ext. 4085 or by email:ethics@carleton.ca). For all other questions about the study, please contact Dr. Kathleen Van Benthem atCessnaStudy@gmail.com

To participate in this study, please following this link:  https://forms.gle/vkMKrd4wzVUvEXPJ6


Polina Andrievskaia

Carleton University



Kathleen Van Benthem, Institute of Cognitive Science

Carleton University



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