Research study: Chance to earn £50 for using your android device

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Mar 14, 2016, 3:21:58 PM via Website

Nottingham Trent University (UK), Kent University (UK) and Auckland University (NZ) are currently recruiting participants for a psychology study examining phone use and mood. We have developed two apps for this study. One app monitors when the phone receives a notification and also how quickly that individual takes to respond to it (don't worry, we can't see the content of the notification). The other app asks you to answer ten mood questions on a 1-10 scale three times a day (takes approximately 20 seconds to complete). We are looking for any 12 year old + user to take part in the study and can be from any country. The study does require that you collect data for three weeks, however we will reimburse you with £50 upon completion and the data being sent back to us.

If you are interested in taking part please complete the initial survey (link can be found in the image below) and you will receive an email with the apps and a guide on how to use them.

Any questions regarding the study or the apps please feel free to contact me at:
mark.crookrumsey@ntu.ac.uk

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Nov 18, 2019, 6:08:16 PM via Website

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