Over on the Committee for the Advancement of Role-Playing Games’ Google Group, a member posted a request from Michelle Drury of Middle Tennessee University for respondents to a survey to provide data for a study on the potential beneficial aspects of tabletop and video games.
The survey took me all of five minutes and was completely anonymous. It asked about the time I spend playing games, the type and sort of people with whom I play: friends, gaming friends, etc. Curiously, the survey didn’t specifically include board games, coming only as close as wargames, which certainly don’t cover examples like Dominion and Arkham Horror.
You can find Michelle Drury’s survey here. You should be eighteen years or older to participate.