- Answer surveys about your general characteristics, mood, and other personal areas of your life.
- Perform simple tasks, which may involve choosing between two options and rapid tapping on your phone screen.
- Receive notices on your phone asking you to complete these activities and surveys.
Psychologists often use measures to assess traits. For a long time, scientists have suggested such measures are at risk of bias. These biases include the misreading of items and social pressure. Scientists suggest correcting for these biases in different ways. One leading way is by using decision-making tasks. Such tasks assess motivation and reward seeking. But, we do not know how different decision making tasks assess different constructs. We also do not know the link between those and our measures of motivation. This study will help identify the relationship between these different measures. This study will also significantly improve how we measure these constructs.
- Emory University
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- © Emory University, 2016
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