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Frequently Asked Questions

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1. How long does an experiment ususally last? 499 persons
2. How much money can I earn? 370 persons
3. Do I need to know anything about Economics? 359 persons
4. What is an economics experiment like? 328 persons
5. Where do economics experiments take place? 320 persons
6. What do I gain from participating in the experiments? 225 persons
7. Why haven´t I been invited to any experiment for a long time? Can I request to participate in an experiment? 225 persons
8. Do you pay me for participating in experiments? How much? 219 persons
9. Do I have to show up when I am invited to participate in an experiment? 214 persons
10. Who can apply for a subject account? 207 persons
11. Why haven´t I received a confirmation email? 205 persons
12. What are the Economics Experiments for? 193 persons
13. What is the purpose of economics experiments? 188 persons
14. Should I fill in fake information when creating a subject account? 187 persons
15. How can I cancel my registration for an experiment? 186 persons
16. If I didn´t register for a specific experiment can I still participate? 185 persons
17. I have registered for one experiment, but cannot register for any other, as they disappeared! 183 persons
18. I´ve seen that there are sessions with free places in the calendar. Why register for these sessions? 179 persons
19. What is the meaning of the three question marks "???" after an experiment under "Experiments you participated"? 175 persons
20. How can I get off the ADLAB list? 173 persons
21. How is the privacy of my personal information ensured? 173 persons
22. Do Economics Experiments have Ethics clearance? 5 persons
23. What can I do if I feel that an experiment has been unethical? 5 persons

 

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