This game is fun and easy to play. At the same time, it can measure your implicit attitude about the natural environment. The game consists of 8 levels, and will take about 10 minutes to finish.
During the game you will use the frog to jump and catch certain types of words. As you are playing, you will earn points for correct responses and lose points for incorrect responses. Once you finish the game you will be given your results and a guide for interpreting your implicit attitude.
Before starting the game, we ask that you complete a short questionnaire. Your responses are completely anonymous. Your name will not be connected with your results; our interests are purely academic, and we’re not selling or advocating anything. By continuing you agree to allow us to use your responses and game data, anonymously, in our research.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact Dr. Wesley Schultz, Department of Psychology, California State University, San Marcos, CA. 92096. (760) 750-8045. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions about your rights as a research participant should be directed to the CSUSM Institutional Review Board at (760) 750-8820.