Aussies look at ‘new tool’: MTurk

The Conversation has–what? An opinion piece?–about MTurk.

Not sure exactly what we should call this–it isn’t an article in an academic sense as there are no citations for some of the facts (and allegations).

And calling MTurk ‘new’ is—oh what? Just silly? Because it has been around for 11 years or so and thousands of studies–real academic studies–have been published using it.

The scant academic literature included via links is old—a few pubs from 2011, one from 2015–and an odd link to an MTurk Grind forum discussion.


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