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basketcasey Average Pace
45 min psychology study - play an economic game(~ 45 minutes) - $4.51
$6.68 / hour
00:40:31 / completion time
ProsSupposedly get a bonus for 6 of the rounds chosen at random, though the total amount is not disclosed at the end.
ConsI'll update this review when (if) I receive my bonus, but I'm guessing the amount still won't make this anywhere close to worthwhile.
Oh, and top all of that off with an error instead of a completion code.
Avoid if you value your sanity.
Needlessly long and convoluted directions (pages and pages) for a task that really isn't that complicated. Also, a comprehension quiz afterward, which like the directions, was also way too long.
Way too many tasks. This literally ended just when I couldn't take it anymore and was about to return it. No progress bar that I could see - not sure what the numbers on the left side meant though. Easy, but monotonous and repetitive with no breaks or sense of progress.
j0sh83 Average Pace
Psychology Study (7 Minutes)(~ 7 minutes) - $0.87 +0.80 bonus Confirmed!
$25.37 / hour
00:03:57 / completion time
Bonus opportunity, but this is dependent on your choices and a high degree of randomness. They don't tell you how much you will get at the end, so you need to keep track throughout the rounds, or you will find out when they pay out.
Expecting around $1.60 if I kept track accurately.
Edit: received an 80 cent bonus on 7/19. Wen back to the archived study in HIT Tracker and it appears I did not account for expended point to press the button in this "game." By doing so, I had doubled up a point for all wins. In hindsight, it would have been better to not spend any points. A bummer, but I will take my 80 cents over no cents.
jsxca Fast Reader
15-17 min psychology study - make decisions(~ 15 minutes) - $1.51
$15.06 / hour
00:06:01 / completion time
ConsLong paragraphs of text with weird ways to answer (if you were being a complete dick to someone, and they weren't a dick back, would you be likely to help them again? Technically to me the answers for these were ALL "not at all likely" because if I'm being an asshole originally I'm probably going to continue being an asshole, however these behaviors are not consistent with how I would ever interact with another human being so it was awkward for me to answer).
Oh yeah, and their attention question was "what was the last story you read?" Idk, you just made me read like 15 paragraph long stories, two times each. I paid attention but I don't remember.