Are online audi­to­ry data robust?

Kyle Jas­min, Birk­beck, Uni­ver­si­ty of London

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Online exper­i­ments pro­vide a con­ve­nient way to col­lect respons­es to audi­to­ry stim­uli, but are the data robust? In my talk I will dis­cuss why I think they are, based on sim­i­lar­i­ty of online and in-lab data, reli­a­bil­i­ty analy­sis, and cor­re­la­tions between online behav­ior and fMRI data.

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Are online audi­to­ry data robust?