This month we've taken a deep dive into the research literature to prepare the "ultimate guide" to the strengths and challenges of online experimentation and survey research.
Online psychology experiments: everything you need to know
We believe this is most complete and up-to-date reference on the Web. The article covers advantages, hard problems and limitations, and how to address them. It's packed
with details and examples for those who want the nitty-gritty, or you can skip straight to the conclusion which is packed full of actionable advice. We're sure you'll find
something you can use in your next study (whether it's lab-based or online). Also, if you liked the article, please share it.
We've also got some new features in the pipeline, including download options for customizing your results and a new questionnaire question for ranking a list of items.
These features aren't quite ready for public release yet so stay tuned!
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