Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab Ratings
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Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab Wage History
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Short study about a company(~ 6 minutes) - $0.72
$16.00 / hour
00:02:42 / completion time
ConsGot a rejection due to "Your work did not meet our standards".
I'm 100% sure I didn't screw this up. I distinctly remember the subject matter and I know I gave my actual opinions on the topic, so I'm not sure what happened here.
Sent a message to the requester asking for clarification and will update this as the situation progresses.
**UPDATE** - I just reviewed the HIT and verified that there was not an AC in the HIT - which would have been the only reason I could possibly have messed it up. Given the fact that I answered all the questions honestly and gave actual consideration toward them, I'm marking this as an unfair rejection. I've also sent an email to Stanford's IRB requesting that this be taken under review, as I'm inclined to believe the requester simply "didn't like" my opinion - which is not a valid reason to reject a HIT.
**UPDATE 2** - The requester never responded, however, their IRB did. They told the IRB manager that I did not submit a completion code, which is false - I have screenshots to prove it. He had them reverse the rejection.
Lecture Series Assessment(~ 8 minutes) - $0.80
$19.59 / hour
00:02:27 / completion time
ProsYou're sitting on a balcony late at night. The wind is cool across your face. Stresses in your life aren't stressing you out too much in this moment of time. The moon's light cascading onto the river below. You have had surveys that have stressed you out before, but this one was not one of them. This one was different. This one was as much a breeze as the wind is now as it's gently cascading the hair across your forehead. Easy for a change.
Cons1 min 52s video you have to watch
Questionnaire - $0.15 +1.75 bonus Confirmed!
$15.00 / hour
00:07:36 / completion time
Pros- A $1.75 bonus for completing additional task. Now that it's over, I don't remember at all what the $0.15 part was about. I'm thinking really hard right now and I think it was basically a "Hey, do you want to do this?" kind of thing.
ConsYou're basically rating 100 ideas by entering numbers for 4 categories and it's all done on one page. One mis-click and whoosh, you'd have to start over. Pay is kind of meh, but I guess it could be a done a bit quicker for a better hourly.