What Others Have to Say about SocialSci...
Since I started using Socialsci, I have throughout been thrilled by the quality of the data. The majority of participants answer the questions fully, and read through information and manipulations thoroughly. In terms of the SocialSci team, they are excellent at what they do, cost-effective, and perhaps most importantly, really understand social sciences research. This is invaluable, and something that I have never found in any other online data collection agency. As an experimental social psychologist, I often run studies with complex designs (most recently a 2x3x3!) and very specific samples. While this would usually be arduous, the socialsci team makes it feel like collecting the number of specific participants that I need is a breeze. Socialsci provides an amazing service that revolutionizes the way that we, as social scientists, can collect data.
SocialSci was a tremendous help to gathering participants and testing my research. They are one of the most cost-effective research companies out there and care most about their clients.
I was thrilled to learn about SocialSci because it specifically targets some of the major problems researchers face when collecting online data, such as fake or nonsense responses and multiple responses from the same participants. I collected data through socialsci last Fall and had a very positive experience. The questionnaire entry platform is user-friendly and the presentation that participants see is clean and professional. In addition, Leon Noel and other socialsci staff were very responsive to my questions. When my study became active, data collection went extremely quickly, a feature that is useful for researchers who are under any kind of time-pressure - for example, if a manuscript reviewer asks for an additional study. Socialsci also allows researchers to assess whether findings can be replicated in a more diverse sample than the typical sample of undergraduate psychology students. The data I've collected with socialsci is of a higher quality than data I've collected through other online platforms (e.g., craigslist), and the results support my hypotheses. I hope to continue using socialsci in the future and have recommended it to colleagues.
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