ChatGPT Usage and Well-Being Survey


This study, led by Associate Professor Ada Wong from the School of Business at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), seeks to gain insights into the characteristics of ChatGPT users and explore the potential effects of this AI tool on mental health and well-being in Singapore. All responses will remain anonymous and data will be aggregated for analysis. The survey is open to adults aged 18 to 65 living in Singapore who have used ChatGPT.

  • This survey will take approximately 4 to 5 mins to complete. Participation is strictly voluntary, and you may abandon the survey at any time for any reason.
  • As an incentive for participation, a lucky draw will be performed at the completion of the survey to randomly select 100 eligible respondents (who successfully completed the entire questionnaire with effective responses) to receive a $15 Grab e-voucher.
  • All respondents will have the option to receive a free copy of the survey report as a token of our gratitude for your valuable time and participation. 


Your valuable input in this survey will help shape policies that balance the risks and benefits of ChatGPT use in Singapore, promoting the mental health and well-being of its users. Your perceptions and concerns matter, so please voice them out! 


*This study is supported by the Faculty Development Scheme of SUSS (IRB ref. no: APL-0202-2023-EXP-01).

Kindly also share the link to your friends and family and encourage them to complete the survey by 31 May 2023.


For any enquiries, please reach out to Assoc Prof Ada Wong

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