Subjects will be drawn from participating Government classes and studies will involve both an online survey and lab component (to be held in the SSRMC).
When preparing your application, you should be able to explain:
1. A brief rationale of your study, including your research question, hypotheses, and required sample size.
2. Any input you have on the “common variables” (demographics and political covariates).
3. The eight or fewer core questions that you need to be included for your project, as well as any additional questions you would like included if there is room in the study. Make sure to include the exact wording of questions and answer options, as well as all necessary information regarding question-ordering, randomization, and branching.
Applications will only be processed if they are submitted using the official form.
Applications must be submitted by February 9th, 2018.
Application Form (download as Word document)
Application Form (view as PDF)