(there's another one in here - Dualism Persists in the Science of Mind (Annals New York)
From 1 - Strongly Disagree to 7 - Strongly Agree
- The mind is equivalent to the brain.*
- It is impossible for science to ever have a complete understanding of the mind.
- One’s thoughts, personality, preferences, and choices are all just a product of brain functions.*
- Whether one is a good or bad person can be completely altered by changes in the brain.*
- Aspects of mind that science cannot explain are best explained by the soul.
- People have a non-physical soul (or spirit) that animates the physical body.
- A person's soul persists after one dies.
- Free will is an illusion produced by the brain.*
- The mind interacts with the brain, but is separate from brain.
- In the future, it may be possible to know someone's personality by looking at their
- brain activity.*
- The true self is not governed by the brain, but by a person's soul.
- The mind is a non-physical property
- In the future, it may be possible to know exactly what another person is thinking by looking at their brain activity.*
- I believe the mind and soul are the same thing.
* Reverse-scored items