Finding new ways to screen and interview respondents remotely is more important than ever. QRCA members have reported increasing instances of respondents misrepresenting and disguising themselves in order to participate in more research studies; and, some seem to be stretching the truth during research.
In this 45-minute interactive session, attendees will watch expert Art Markman, PHD, via video demonstrate visual and interviewing techniques to use in order to identify which statements might be lies and which are the truth. We will then breakout into small groups to practice interviewing and observing each other to identify truths and lies. We will close with a group discussion about the many ways in which these techniques might be applied.
This is the first of a new series entitled Curated Creativity Conversations where we specially curate content and lead discussions focusing on creative tools & techniques, ideas and inspirations to impact your business, your research and your life. Have a topic that you are interested in exploring? Contact the C&I SIG Co-Chairs to share suggestions - Lisa Strick: Lisa@Ideabungalow.com and Colleen Dowd Kollman: email@example.com
Art Markman, an Annabel Irion Worsham Centennial Professor of Psychology and Marketing, is Vice Provost for Continuing and Professional Education and New Education Ventures at the University of Texas at Austin.
Markman has always been interested in bringing insights from his research to a broader audience. To that end, he is a prolific writer and frequent contributor to Psychology Today, Fast Company and the Harvard Business Review and has published more than 150 scholarly works about higher-level thinking including the effects of motivation on learning and performance, analogical reasoning, categorization, decision making, and creativity.
Dr. Markman has also written several books for general audiences including Smart Thinking, Smart Change, Bring Your Brain to Work and Brain Briefs (co-written with Dr. Bob Duke). He spent 9 years as executive editor of the journal Cognitive Science and currently serves as a member of the editorial board of Cognitive Psychology. Art is also co-host of the radio show and podcast Two Guys on Your Head produced by KUT Radio in Austin.
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