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Jenni Rodd on ensuring data quality in online experiments
Researchers are often nervous about collecting experimental data online because unlike lab-based experiments they cannot meet their participants and can’t directly watch their behaviour. In this talk, Dr Jenni Rodd summarises some of the issues that arise from ‘invisible’ participants, and suggests possible solutions.
In my projects, I’m trying to understand human decision-making, particularly in economic contexts. On the one hand, I’m working on a project about choice exploration and exploitation. The focus here is on how people sample available options in non-stationary environments. On the other hand, I concern myself with cooperation and coordination of people in large…
"Mind the Gap" - In this interview with the British Neuroscience Association @BritishNeuro , Brad Love @ProfData talks about why cognitive models could bridge the gap between #brain and #behaviour: https://t.co/GjLNIsNtac pic.twitter.com/5w7ysi8Sg1— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) July 23, 2018