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There are lots of commonly observed biases in surveys, and a whole field of survey methodology and statistics which investigates them. To get an idea of this, take a look at the table of contents of these journals: http://poq.oxfordjournals.org/content/current http://jssam.oxfordjournals.org/content/current Many people in this field are dealing with large ...


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I made up a SVG version connected to a hidden html form. It's not perfect, but it may be useful anyway. You can find it here. Note that a sufficient screen resolution is required. Please send me feedbacks if you use it so that I can improve it.


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Both Carol Dweck and Angela Duckworth have fairly brief tests meant to measure student success and by some extension grades. Dweck's work focuses on how having a "fixed mindset" limits a students ability to grow in a subject and is used to explain why students are so apt to give up when met with challenge. Her quiz would have to be formatted for pen and ...


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The best way to set up a Mechanical Turk longitudinal study is with TurkPrime.com. You can follow-up with users and invite them to take a new survey. As long as they are properly incentivized they will come. I recommend that you inform them at the start that you are running a 10 part study and that those who perform well on each of the 4 minute studies will ...



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