The psychology department of the University of Potsdam
wants to carry out a trial that examines how human beings
control their attention in different environments.
Participants of the trial will work on tasks within a survey
and their solutions will be analyzed. The survey consists of
three parts: the categorization of photos, solving anagrams
and the selection of anagrams that will be presented to
other participants. This is important in order to avoid the
so-called “examiner effect”.
The implementation of the survey will need to be prompt
and inexpensive. In addition, the amount of time needed to
acquire and question the participants will need to be kept
to a minimum.
The university set up the online survey with an external survey tool
and, via our self service marketplace, invites a large pool
of target-group-specific Clickworkers to participate in the
Numerous Clickworkers answer the questionnaire in a
minimum of time. We make sure that every Clickworker
can only complete the questionnaire once. The compulsory
entry of a code at the end of the survey ensures that
the participants must complete the survey to receive their
Number of participants: 145
Segmentation: 18 – 99 years of age, German, female and
Duration of the survey: approx. 15 minutes
Max. runtime of the survey target: 2 weeks
Max. runtime of the survey actual: 1 day
Costs netto: Euro 406,-
(Fee per survey participant + 40% service fee)
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