Have any of you reported your difficulties in completing the survey to the
authors, or just to TABI?
On Feb 26, 2016, at 11:15 PM, curtis jackson <cjackson102@xxxxxxx> wrote:
i could not complete the survey because of the radio buttons
Sent from my iPad
From: Nfb-announce [mailto:nfb-announce-bounces@xxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
David Andrews via Nfb-announce
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2016 1:52 PM
Subject: [Nfb-announce] FW: Research Announcement
Blind Individuals Needed for a Research Study!
We are a Brown University research team headed by Dr. Elinor Amit trying
to understand the effects of thinking style on decision-making. We are
looking for blind individuals to participate in a 20-30 minute online
survey. All participants will be entered into a lottery to win prizes of
up to $85!
You may be eligible to participate if you:
* Are blind
* Are able to complete an online survey using audio screen reading
software (not Braille)
If possible, we also request that each participant recruit a sighted
friend or family member to complete an identical survey. Sighted
participants will be entered into a separate lottery for the $85 prize!
Click here <https://hms.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eCFoBsfnU2jF4pv> to
get started right away!
The entire survey can be completed online.
For more information about this study, please call Michal at 781-820-9286
or email us at michal_clayton@xxxxxxxxx
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From: David Andrews <dandrews@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, Sep 26, 2015 at 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: Research Announcement
To: Alex Han <a.han.95@xxxxxxxxx>
write me an announcement, including contact information and I will put it
on some lists.
At 01:19 AM 9/26/2015, you wrote:
I am not blind, or a member of NFB.Â
Hi Mr. Andrews,
My name is Alex Han, and I am an undergraduate at Brown University
studying Cognitive Science. I am working under the supervision of Dr.
Elinor Amit who is studying the effects of visual and verbal processing on
decision-making. We are in the early stages of a study related to
financial decision-making in which we hope to find a population of blind
subjects who would be available to participate in an online study. Dr.
Arielle Silverman at University of Washington recommended I get in touch
with you to discuss possible advertising my research or to distribute a
recruitment flyer. The study is in the early stages of development right
now, but would consist of a fairly brief online survey. Is this something
that you think would be possible? Additionally, if you could point me to
any other resources that may help with this I would greatly appreciate
Thank you very much,
Brown University, 2017
(207) 252-8336 <tel:%28207%29%20252-8336>
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