(Un)official *HEADS UP* for Yale SOM eLab surveys.
Thread DetailsLast Edited by TidusAlmasty August 27, 2008 at 08:42 PM
The other says Consumer Decision Making, is for a $15 Amazon card, and is a 1/86 chance of winning.
I'm also getting reports of a third one for a $20 Amazon card, but I didn't get that one.
The link to join the "panel" is here, in case you are not a member:
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You must register before participating in the studies.
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The researchers at Yale School of Management are conducting research that examines consumer behavior. Participation in this research will involve completing simple online surveys. A few surveys may be linked to each other in one study. You are automatically entered into the lottery for a prize once you have completed the whole study.
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guys - thank the postrs of surveys!!!
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