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  • Research Continuity Community

    Welcome to the Research Continuity Community. Please contribute you ideas, experiences, resources, and questions for keeping your research programs going during the Covid-19 crisis. Please consider sharing successful protocols/consent forms, recruitment strategies, testing platforms, and study materials. Also feel free to discuss issues around keeping a lab going, finding ways to engage with research without collecting data, or any other coping strategies.

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  • Hello, I just finished recruitment on a study targeting 14-18 year old adolescents living in the United States and relied on Facebook and Instagram ads for recruitment and survey data collection. The pricing ended up being more reasonable than I expected ...

  • Hi Candice, Have you tried Facebook ads specifically or just posts through your own pages/groups? I haven't done this yet, but am in the process of setting it up through my university. The pricing seems very reasonable and Facebook does the work to target ...

  • Hi Chuck, Is it possible to compare this year's data to the data from last year's data? I've seen a few twitter threads going around in the last day or two that have done this, like Thalia Goldstein's thread: https://twitter.com/ThaliaGoldstein/status/1263629945114374145?s=20 ...

  • Hello all, Thalia Goldstein and I have a research project focused on understanding how children transition from belief to disbelief in Santa Claus. Initially, our recruitment focus was on children ages 6 to 12 who had stopped believing in Santa within ...

  • Thanks for the comments and feedback everyone. We've had a chance to look at some of the submission data from Child Development , and do not see any changes in distributions of gender of corresponding authors just comparing Jan/Feb with Mar/Apr. We ...

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