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This blog primarily serves as a forum to share notes and resources tied to my research revolving around Person-Environment Fit, Vocational Interests, Selection Testing, Research Methods, and Narcissism.

I generally use R, SAS, and Mplus for analysis.  I’ll also share about work involving LaTeX, LimeSurvey, Qualtrics, and Zotero.


As a hobby recordist, this blog also occasionally serves as an outlet to share recording tips/announcements.  On this front, I generally use Apple Logic Pro X DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) with WavesCelemony, and Steven Slate plug-ins in a home studio environment.  I record, edit and mix both audio and MIDI recordings.

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  1. I was wondering if you have used MTurk for followup surveys more recently. If so, has anything changed since your wrote your post back on JANUARY 5, 2015.

    • Justin says:

      Hi Sarah,
      The main change is that TurkPrime has replaced the need (from my perspective) to use MTurkR. TurkPrime can save time and money (using the HyperBatch feature) and easily allows for qualifying and mass emailing workers for follow-up surveys.
      Best,
      Justin

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