Postgraduate researchers Nicole Gwynne and Adam Davidson offer some further advice on recruiting participants.
Asking people to give you their time can seem scary, whether you’re seeking a romantic date or participation in your scientific study. Face-to-face interviews and experiments can appear laborious and inconvenient, so many researchers become bashful regarding recruitment.
Don’t worry, there is a simple process to follow when pursuing potential participants for in-person research. We can’t guarantee it’ll work for your romantic dating life, but here are the steps to getting the dates that yield data. Continue reading
Postgraduate researchers Nicole Gwynne and Adam Davidson offer some advice on recruiting participants.
Congratulations! You’ve successfully navigated the labyrinth of ethical approval and you’re ready to start your study. You’re eager to examine your data and you can’t wait to wait patiently while SPSS loads.
There’s just one small problem: you don’t yet have any data. You need some participants to participate! Recruiting enough people to answer your questionnaire can seem daunting, but fear not, your fellow researchers are here to help. Here are ten top tips for receiving the required responses. Continue reading
It’s a month now since the Canterbury conference ended, but we are all still benefiting from the fresh perspectives it has brought to our understanding of creativity. With a huge range of topics featured in talks and posters, this was a truly interdisciplinary and international conference. Continue reading
Academics at institutes across the UK are seen as the backbone of this country’s research. They promote the advancement of knowledge across a multitude of domains, maintaining this country’s passion for growth, creativity and development. But what is it really like to work as a UK-based researcher in 2018? Here’s your opportunity to feed into our research.
Following the brilliant inaugural conference held at Edinburgh Napier in May 2017, organised by Lindsey Carruthers, Shelly Kemp and Gillian Hill, the 2018 conference is being hosted at Canterbury Christ Church University on 22nd May. Kathryn Friedlander eagerly anticipates what’s on offer this time. Continue reading
With a theme of Puzzles, Pain & Positivity, our research hubs (CREATE, Psychology of Educational Development, Centre for Health and Relationships and Emotion and Lifespan Relationships) were out and about with lots of interactive activities to engage the public with our work. Continue reading