You are being invited to take part in online tests to understand how juries make decisions. Please be aware this involves reading fictional legal cases which some people may find mildly disturbing.
Your decision to take part is voluntary and you may refuse to take part, or choose to stop taking part, at any time. You may refuse to answer any questions by closing your browser window at any time.
This research project has been reviewed by the IRB, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX (protocol number: H-22726). You will receive no direct benefit from being in this study; however, this work will help us better understand influences on decision making during court cases. Your individual information will not be specified in any reports or publications that result from this study. Any personal information gathered during this study will remain strictly confidential; our computer databases are password protected and kept on a secure server. All results will be published in a statistical manner, with no personal identifying information. Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to consenting if you have any questions.
By checking the "I agree to participate in this experiment." box, you indicate that you have read the above and agree to participate in the experiment.