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I am a Lecturer in the School of Psychology at Deakin University bridging I/O psychology and statistics.

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Jan
21
comment How effective are online providers of paid participants for psychological experiments?
A user recently also mentioned SurveyComet.com and TurkPrime.com. However, it sounds like they are more for online survey software and may not allow inquisit installation.
Jan
21
comment How effective are online providers of paid participants for psychological experiments?
I tweaked a little to try to move the question from "experiences" to something more concrete like "effectiveness". I share your interest in the question, but it might be good to define what more explicitly you want to know about such services. e.g., what proportion of participants are conscientious? Do they allow use of Inquisit or plug-in based programs? Cost effectiveness?etc.
Jan
20
revised How effective are online providers of paid participants for psychological experiments?
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Jan
19
revised Participant / Subject Pool Management Solutions
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Jan
18
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Jan
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
14
revised Are good students truly good at all things?
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Jan
14
comment How to use Mechanical Turk for longer studies (i.e., 30 minutes+)?
A quick look suggests the pricing seems reasonable. I'd be curious to know: (a) what proportion of participants tend to complete longer surveys conscientiously - i.e., not skipping questions or responding randomly; (b) whether you can use external tools that require installation of a plugin - in particular, Inquisit is a powerful tool for running online psych experiments, but it does require the user to install a plugin.
Jan
14
revised Definition of or research on fun
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Jan
13
revised What is the relationships between psychological entitlement and locus of control or other personal characteristics?
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Jan
12
answered Do Big 5 or BIS/BAS personality theories propose that combinations of personality traits are meaningful?
Jan
12
revised Why do battered persons love their partners?
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Jan
9
revised Do Big 5 or BIS/BAS personality theories propose that combinations of personality traits are meaningful?
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Jan
9
revised Do Big 5 or BIS/BAS personality theories propose that combinations of personality traits are meaningful?
just an attempt to make title match body a little more; feel free to edit further
Jan
7
revised To what degree is emotional state visible in a person's eyes?
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Jan
7
comment What is Intelligence? Is it based on prediction capability of an agent?
Welcome. I agree with Chris, it would be good if you could clarify what specifically you want to know. Also with the "what is x"? type questions, it's generally good to be clear about why say a site like wikipedia does not meet your needs. I.e., what specifically do you want to know about intelligence or what about the many definitions that have been offered do you seek clarification on?
Jan
5
revised Open source software for running Internet psychological experiments that collect reaction time data
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Jan
5
revised What causes impostor syndrome?
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Dec
30
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