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Here are some of the tools we are using to build evidence for policymakers.

  

Financial choices of teenagers and juvenile offenders

For studying the relationship between individual characteristics and financial decision-making

Questions: 27 | Time: 10-15 minutes | For access to the survey click here

   
   

 

 

   
 

Student loans and attitudes toward financial choice

A measure on financial decision-making processes of young individuals in the UK

Questions: 37 | Time: 20 minutes | For access to the survey click here

   
   

 

 

   
 

Nudging the nudgers: Decision-making among policymakers  

A tool to test the influence of how information is provided on decision-making regarding a new mental health policy in Lebanon

Questions: 19 | Time: 15 minutes | For access to the survey click here

   
   

 

 

   
 

Public attitudes toward Syrian refugees in the United Kingdom

A measure to inform policymakers on controversial topics based on population views

Questions: 29 | Time: 10 minutes | For access to the survey click here

   

 

 

       
 

AutoChoice: Would you use a self-driving vehicle?

A measure on the factors that influence the choice of using or not using self-driving cars

Questions: 21 | Time: 6-8 minutes | For access to the survey click here

   
   

 

 

 

   
 

A global measure for mental health (available in English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Portuguese)

A short measure of well-being and behaviour (simple score provided at the end)

Questions: 20 | Time: 5-10 | For access to the survey click here

   

 

  

       
 

Who are you and what makes you happy?

A brief measure to understand the association between personality, social dilemmas, and well-being

Questions: 30 Time: 8-10 minutes | For access to the survey click here