In this webinar, we hear from Andrew Gordon and Jo Evershed about how you can collect high-quality data from high quality, engaged participants.
Many researchers worry about:
* Finding engaged participants
* That participants aren’t in a controlled environment
* Whether participants are paying attention
In other words, getting high-quality data out the other end of their study.
If you’ve had any of these worries, join Andrew Gordon from Prolific and Jo Evershed from Gorilla to learn how to:
1) Recruit high-quality participants
2) Create a high-quality participant experience
Together, these two elements will deliver you high-quality data.
Research Consultant, Prolific
Andrew Gordon, PhD, is Prolific’s Research Consultant. Dr Gordon completed a BSc in Psychology at Roehampton University, followed by an MSc in Neuropsychology at the University of Bristol, and a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience also at the University of Bristol examining the neural underpinning of reliance on misinformation. Before working for Prolific he spent two years as a Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of California, Davis, working on creating new behavioural and functional imaging paradigms for assessing cognitive control in children with ASD. At Prolific he works directly with researchers to make sure that they get the most out of Prolific and supports them at each stage of the research process.
In this webinar, he shares how Prolific ensures that their entire pool of participants is high-quality, trustworthy, and engaged.
CEO & Co-founder, Gorilla Experiment Builder
Jo Evershed holds a BSc in Psychology from UCL and a BSc in Combined Studies (Economics and Business) from Oxford Brookes and was an Innovate UK Women in Innovation Award Winner.
Her mission is to provide behavioural scientists with the tools needed to improve the scale and impact of the evidence-based interventions that benefit society.
In this webinar, she discusses how you can create a study that will make participants feel engaged, motivated, and interested in your research.