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CUNY Virtual Workshop on Remote Data Collection

We were thrilled to share FindingFive with the attendees of the CUNY2020 Virtual Workshop on Remote Data Collection on March 23, 2020! If you missed it, you can watch the video of the whole workshop here and read a transcript here. Session attendees and presenters generated a fantastic Q&A document along with a list of helpful resources for remote data…

Deadline Approaching for Behavioral Research Funding Opportunity

Do you have a research idea that you’re excited to implement as an online experiment? Consider applying to our inaugural award program, thanks to a partnership between FindingFive and Qntfy! You could receive a $250 USD award to help defray the costs of running online participants, along with additional publicity for your research. Proposal details and submission instructions can be…

Call for Proposals: Behavioral Research with FindingFive and Qntfy

Do you have a research idea that you’ve been wanting to test? We are excited to announce that FindingFive (www.findingfive.com), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to powering online behavioral research, is partnering with Qntfy (www.qntfy.com), a behavioral analytics firm, to offer two (2) $250 awards to implement your idea using the FindingFive platform. We welcome proposals for research ideas that…

Get Involved with FindingFive!

FindingFive is expanding in 2020, and we want you to join our team and help make FindingFive better for everyone! We are currently looking for volunteers to assist in the following ways, but are open to all forms of volunteer assistance. Jump to the positions: Volunteer Operations Manager We need someone to help us manage our day-to-day operations. The primary…

Create “Compensation HITs” for Mechanical Turk Workers with Three Clicks!

Since the inception of our platform, FindingFive has always provided a relatively seamless experience of launching studies on Amazon Mechanical Turk as “Human Intelligence Tasks” (aka, HITs). Recently, we further improved this process by introducing the “New Session Wizard”, which has received positive feedback – thanks y’all! The integration of a FindingFive study with Mechanical Turk is in fact one…

An Interview with FindingFive’s Noah Nelson from Research Support on Our Recent Workshop

You recently gave a workshop at the University of Arizona on FindingFive. How would you describe the purpose of the workshop and the types of activities that workshop participants engaged in? The FindingFive workshop at the U of A was conceived of in order to encourage people to give FindingFive a try. By presenting a hands-on workshop guided by a…

Launching a study on Mechanical Turk

FindingFive works seamlessly with Amazon’s Mechanical Turk. FindingFive offers an easier way to program your study and simultaneously take advantage of the participant pool and easy payment procedure that Mechanical Turk offers. We’ve done all the nitty-gritty backend work for you, so you can launch your FindingFive experiment on MTurk by following these easy steps. Make sure you have an…

Coming November 4th: A Newer and Better FindingFive!

We are very excited to announce that our bundle release of new features will be live starting Monday, November 4th! In this blog post, we preview the following highlighted changes: Disclaimer: the screenshots and the features described in this post are not final. The final release may include products that are slightly different (and hopefully better) than what’s presented here.…

Premium Features are Launching Soon!

Over the past two years we have enjoyed substantial user growth. A big thank you to all the researchers who have found us so far! Now, we find ourselves needing to expand on our unique services so that we can increase our server resources to better serve the needs of this growing community of researchers. To do this, we are…

Tutorial: Yoked trials

There are lots of situations where you’ll want to randomize the order of your trials so that you can avoid potential order-of-presentation effects. This can easily be accomplished by setting the order property of your block to random. But in blocks where you have multiple trial templates, it might be important to keep the trials across templates paired together, even…