Building on the impact of the 2019 Imposter Syndrome Research Study, we are running research to update these findings, especially in the context of Covid-19 and lockdown, which our research over the past year has shown has had a major effect on Imposter Syndrome severity.
This survey is completely anonymous. No personally-identifiable information is collected.
The responses will be used to create a publicly available white paper, which will be published in April 2021. If you would like to be emailed a copy of this, there will be an option to register for it after completing the survey.
Thank you. Clare Josa
Author of Ditching Imposter Syndrome
For each question, please compare your current behaviour with how it was in January 2020, before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Please go with your gut response, rather than over-thinking your answers. There is no right or wrong.