Selectively Recruiting Participants from Amazon Mechanical Turk Using Qualtrics
6 Pages Posted: 5 Jul 2012 Last revised: 21 Aug 2014
Date Written: May 2, 2012
Duplicate respondents across related experiments are a substantial problem for conducting programmatic research on AMT. In this tutorial, we provide a straightforward alternative that allows researchers who use Qualtrics to exclude workers who participated in a previous study. This approach allows researchers to exclude workers who have completed any HIT before, without having to use AMT’s Command Line Tools.
Keywords: Mechanical Turk, Qualtrics, Research Methods
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