Online data col­lec­tion in health psy­chol­o­gy research: what I have learned

Suzan­na For­wood, Anglia Ruskin University
@SuzannaWood

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This talk will dis­cuss some of the key insights I have gained using online meth­ods to col­lect data in the area of health psy­chol­o­gy. I will take you on a per­son­al tour of the suc­cess­es and fail­ures of online research over the past 7 years, and some key things I wish I had known before I start­ed. This will touch on using online test­ing for large sam­ple sizes, using mar­ket research agen­cies to get epi­demi­o­log­i­cal­ly valid sam­ples, how to design an online task to ensure your data are as good as pos­si­ble, and what approach I now advo­cat­ed based on my experience.

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Online data col­lec­tion in health psy­chol­o­gy research: what I have learned