I’ll start by saying that I think Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) and online markets offer no less than a revolution in experimental psychology. By now, I’ve already conducted over a hundred experiments on MTurk and have come to consider it... Read More | Share it now!
I frequently use Amazon Mechanical Turk for research. One of the common questions I’ve been asked about the use of MTurk is with regards to the quality of data. Some have voiced concern that the data provided by MTurk workers is noisy since... Read More | Share it now!
There are time when you’re running a Quatrics survey and would like to calculate the results during survey run on the fly and present this back to the user. Even if it’s not as straight forward there is an advanced way to do this with... Read More | Share it now!
It’s very easy to setup Qualtrics as a signup form, and I’ve found this to be a far more efficient method than many of the other participant signup systems out there.
I often use Qualtrics when asking participants to sign up for experiment... Read More | Share it now!
To collect survey data and run survey based manipulations I use Qualtrics. Even if all you need is run a survey, I would still generally recommend to administer that to your participants in a computer lab using a computerized survey. In the time that... Read More | Share it now!