Ad for Gorilla Presents Participant Engagemen

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.


Andrew Gordon
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.

Jo Ever­shed
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.