Learn the importance of using Attention Check in your studies.
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About Attention Checks
- Use Attention Checks in your study to make sure participants are paying attention, and not just clicking random answers to complete the study as quickly as possible.
- Filter out participants who incorrectly answer these questions.
- Attention Checks shouldn't be used to check participant knowledge.
- Screener questions
- In your Screener, it's recommended to use one attention check.
- Additional checks lead to potentially qualified participants dropping out.
Examples of fair attention checks
Participants are required to select the colors of the American Flag to proceed.
What colors are the American Flag?
Participants who read the directions completely will select Orange.
What color is the sky? Choose orange below
With Football as the correct answer, participants have to read all options to find the correct one.
Which of these is not food?
Example of an unfair attention check
In this example, it's implied that the question is being asked for quality purposes.
What is your favorite color? This is a simple question. For quality purposes, please select Blue to continue.
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