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Join CESS Online!!

We are recruiting participants for the CESS online experiments and hope you will be willing to contribute to Oxford's effort to promote the understanding of individual decision-making that ultimately we believe will improve the human condition.

If you agree to participate you will have the opportunity to conduct a number of tasks for which you will be paid. These are not time consuming and you can work on these tasks at your convenience. Currently we are only recruiting UK residents to participate in this project. And in order to register you must have a UK mobile phone. Your payment for conducting these tasks will be in Amazon Gift Certificates or monetary payments made via Skrill.

We currently are promoting registrations by giving a signup bonus prize. The prize is 50 and you will have a 1 in 200 chance of winning the signup bonus.

Online Experiments At CESS

Oxford University's Centre for Experimental Social Sciences (CESS) is located at Nuffield College.

Its principal goal is to promote and facilitate experimental research by social scientists at the University of Oxford. Nuffield College has a strong commitment to promoting cross-disciplinary scholarship in the social sciences. The experimental research at Oxford University is designed to improve our understanding of why average individuals make the decisions they do about economics, politics, their family, their social networks, their friends, etc. The results of this research are published in the world's leading scientific publications.

CESS conducts three types of experiments: lab experiments; field experiments and online experiments. The online experiments are an exciting and innovative way to conduct experiments because it allows individuals to participate in the experiment from their home using their own computer. And it will allow us to conduct experiments with large numbers of subjects.