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Online Behavioural Research - Just a fad, or here to stay?

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The COVID pandemic pushed many behavioural researchers online, where they reaped the benefits of larger samples and faster data collection. Now that the pandemic is ‘over’, will researchers go back to the lab? Or continue to embrace these new ways of working?

This talk will showcase the wide range of possibilities with online research in fields such as memory studies, motor studies, eye-tracking studies, & developmental studies. As well has highlight technical capabilities such as mouse-tracking, eye-tracking, voice-recording, web-cam recording, games, multiplayer studies, shopping simulations and more that are now available for mainstream research.

We’ll also explore the concerns many researchers have about online research including worries about data-quality and security.

If you’d like to save a 1/4 of your working year, know what’s possible for a future grant proposal or for teaching 21st century research methods, this talk is for you!

This talk is part of the Department of Psychiatry & CPFT Thursday Lunchtime Seminar Series series.

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