This survey includes basic demographic data from 101
respondents. Columns A-D correspond to timestamp and basic demographic data
from 101 respondents (age, profession, and region where their research and/or
work was conducted). Columns E- N contain participant's answers to their
beliefs on the causes of age-related hearing loss. Specifically columns E-N
contain answers rated from ‘least likely’ to ‘most likely’ (on a scale 1 to 4,
with 4 being ‘most likely’). The survey can be found at (https://forms.gle/GPreoePmRxBBkchc7) and a pdf version can be found in the attached dataset (age-related_hearing_loss_survey.pdf).
This text has been generated from a tool that has been adapted from the ARDC FAIR Assessment Tool
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