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Hi everyone, I’m a 4th Year Honours Psychology student doing research surrounding loot boxes and personality. It’s an online survey, it’s fairly straightforward and should take a maximum of 10mins of your time. I need 129 participants so any help in completing it and sharing it would be much appreciated, it’s in the name of science Pritpal Kalsi – https://goo.gl/forms/dKGh40ZLZ38e0E022 Ethics Approval Number: 2018-5874-4414 Study Title: Video Game Random Reward Mechanisms: The role of Impulsivity, self-esteem & self-control in problematic loot box behaviour. The study involves an online questionnaire and the purpose of this study is to find out if Impulsiveness, Self-Esteem & Self-Control play a role in problematic behaviour surrounding Random Reward Mechanisms (RRM's) in video games (such as loot boxes). Expected to take 10mins Criteria: Must be 18+ and have played/purchased items from games that have Randomised Rewards Mechanisms.