Evolution Acceptance Survey
2017-07-25T03:44:44Z (GMT) by
The data set included is from a survey of Anatomy and Physiology students at a medium sized midwestern public university. The questions were set to explore their acceptance of evolution and related factors, and includes their responses to measures of their knowledge of evolution, understanding of the nature of science, acceptance of evolution (MATE), attitudes about evolution (EALS-SF), and the Big Five Inventory personality measure. This data was used in the publication "A Multifactorial Analysis of Acceptance of Evolution (DOI:10.1186/s12052-017-0068-0)" and was collected with institutional IRB approval.