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    Greetings, all.

    I'm in my last year (actually my last couple of weeks) of my anthro undergrad, and I'm practicing data analysis for a researd methods paper. All anonymous, unpublished, etc. - though maybe I can also find out something worthwhile with this sort of thing...

    If you're a paleo eater (I know it's "primal" around here, but for the purposes of this, I'd like to call it "close enough"), spare me a couple minutes to do this super-brief (22 meager questions) survey? It's really simple, multiple choice, no personal identifying data of any kind required. I'd be *eternally* grateful. Or at least extremely grateful for the next month, maybe two.

    Just looking at a few of the social factors that influence our ability to comply with this weirdo food thing we do.

    Go take it using this link if you want to make my day:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/G88LYJ2

    Kind regards,
    Elisha

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    Done, pretty quick. Thanks for not requiring a sign up.
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    Done :-)
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    done good luck!

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    quick and easy. nice.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElishaJBaker View Post
    Greetings, all.

    I'm in my last year (actually my last couple of weeks) of my anthro undergrad, and I'm practicing data analysis for a researd methods paper. All anonymous, unpublished, etc. - though maybe I can also find out something worthwhile with this sort of thing...

    If you're a paleo eater (I know it's "primal" around here, but for the purposes of this, I'd like to call it "close enough"), spare me a couple minutes to do this super-brief (22 meager questions) survey? It's really simple, multiple choice, no personal identifying data of any kind required. I'd be *eternally* grateful. Or at least extremely grateful for the next month, maybe two.

    Just looking at a few of the social factors that influence our ability to comply with this weirdo food thing we do.

    Go take it using this link if you want to make my day:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/G88LYJ2

    Kind regards,
    Elisha
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    me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElishaJBaker View Post
    Greetings, all.

    I'm in my last year (actually my last couple of weeks) of my anthro undergrad, and I'm practicing data analysis for a researd methods paper. All anonymous, unpublished, etc. - though maybe I can also find out something worthwhile with this sort of thing...

    If you're a paleo eater (I know it's "primal" around here, but for the purposes of this, I'd like to call it "close enough"), spare me a couple minutes to do this super-brief (22 meager questions) survey? It's really simple, multiple choice, no personal identifying data of any kind required. I'd be *eternally* grateful. Or at least extremely grateful for the next month, maybe two.

    Just looking at a few of the social factors that influence our ability to comply with this weirdo food thing we do.

    Go take it using this link if you want to make my day:
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/G88LYJ2

    Kind regards,
    Elisha
    Done, but I have a suggestion that may be of interest depending on how you're analyzing your data. People come to paleo for different reasons, weight loss, food intolerances or general health. Compliance for someone with specific health issues might be more important than for someone doing it for general health or weight loss. Or maybe not, if they resent the fact that they can no longer eat pizza, or have a health care practitioner that doesn't approve of the diet. Just some thoughts.

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    Done.

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    I did it. The only question I really had trouble answering was how well I tried to adhere to "paleo guidelines." I'm not entirely sure what that means. Everyone seems to have their own idea of paleo.

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