In this talk, Dr. Cimpian discusses how mischievous responders—and invalid responses, more generally—can perpetuate narratives of heightened risk, rather than those of greater resilience in the face of obstacles, for LGBQ youth. The talk reviews several recent and ongoing studies using pre-registration and replication to test how invalid data affect LGBQ-heterosexual disparities on a wide range of outcomes.
Online data collection continues to offer great benefits to researchers, but there is a pressing need for validated methods to ensure high data quality across platforms. In this session, Chris Berry and Jeremy Kees provide an overview of data quality on MTurk and professional panel samples, Joseph Goodman discusses the way online data collection is perceived among marketing researchers, and Efrain Ribeiro offers a deep dive into the effects of sampling automation on respondent fraud.
Aaron Moss gives an in-depth tutorial on CloudResearch’s new platform, Connect, diving into the platform features, and how to best use it to get high quality data.
This session features the recipients of CloudResearch’s 2022 grant. Each of the speakers was awarded $2,500 to pursue innovative studies online. Aslı Ceren Çınar is generating videos using AI to study sexism and racism in politics, Farnoush Reshadi is analyzing open-ended attention checks with LIWC, Gilad Feldman is running a large-scale open science replication project, and Yefim Roth is comparing online and in-lab participants’ data quality.
In this tutorial, Aaron Moss explains how to use CloudResearch’s Prime Panels, discussing how academic and market researchers can take advantage of the platform to reach various audiences, from representative samples to niche groups.
The 2021 CloudResearch grant recipients present updates on the projects they have been working on for the past year. Michiel Spape discusses time perception, Art Marsden presents an AI-generated realistic face stimuli database, and Nick Byrd exhibits the Socrates Platform for facilitating reflective cognition.
This session primarily focuses on technological advances that can facilitate online research and lead to more innovative and creativity in research methods and designs. Hiromichi Hagihara uses webcams to for eye-tracking, Matt Lease introduces a novel measure of annotator agreement, Susan Persky uses Virtual Reality to enhance experimental control and generalizability, and Carlos Ochoa digs into people’s willingness to participate in in-the-moment surveys triggered by one’s geolocation.
Learn about Sentry, the gold standard for data quality protection in online surveys. Sentry uses CloudResearch’s patented technology to employ advanced behavioral assessment alongside technological solutions in the effort to identify and remove low-quality participants before they can enter a survey.
These talks focus primarily on niche samples in online research. Leah Hamilton discusses her use of MTurk to reach public assistance recipients, Spencer Baker focuses on recruiting religious samples through social media, Rachel Hartman presents a method for verifying age online, and Michael Maniaci talks about offering personalized feedback as an incentive.