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Hello all,

I am a Business Administration student at the University of Groningen, Holland. Currently, for my Bachelor thesis, I am doing research about the relationship between online gaming behaviour and the motives that lead to that behaviour. Part of the research is a survey designed for World of Warcraft players in order to provide actual data about the relationship described above. For now, I cannot disclose more detailed information about the topic, otherwise your responses will be influenced.

All data collected from the interviews will be anonymized and destroyed after the study. Therefore, no person or character can be recognized. The data will definitely not be provided to third parties, and is only available to me and the professor guiding my thesis.

So, I'm looking for as much survey participants as possible. In order to thank you for your participation I will raffle one World of Warcraft Pre-Paid Card containing 60 days of free play (with a monetary value of €27,99) among all participants. More information about participation in this lottery is given in the survey.

The survey contains 39 multiple choice questions and will take about 10 minutes of your time.

You can find the survey here:

I would like to thank you very much for reading this topic and I greatly appreciate your cooperation.

Kind regards,

Remon Korteweg,

The researcher

Edit 7th May 2013:

Hi all,

Thank you for filling in the questionnaire. I've just closed the survey which means you cannot fill in the survey anymore. I will contact the winner of the Pre-Paid Card as soon as possible.

Kind regards,

Remon Korteweg

--Grote Ree (talk) 06:28, May 2, 2013 (UTC)

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