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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.
My background is in cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychology, and my research spans visual cognition, social perception, and decision-making. I am particularly interested in face processing as a window into understanding general principles of high-level vision and exploring other fundamental issues, such as cognitive architecture and development. I run behavioural, neuroimaging and brain stimulation studies of…
Laboratory: Causal Cognition Lab
How to test 4 million participants via a mobile app? In this talk from the #BeOnline2018 conference, Hugo Spiers @hugospiers talks about the #SeaHeroQuest app as diagnostic for the detection of #Alzheimer’s #dementia and dealing with huge data sets:https://t.co/XaeBbdV3Uz— UCL Experimental Psychology (@EP_UCL) July 19, 2018