Fall 2011_IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR EDP RESEARCH REQUIREMENT

Fall 2011_IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR EDP RESEARCH...

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR EDP RESEARCH REQUIREMENT Step 1: REGISTER FOR THE SUBJECT POOL Access the EDP website http://edpsych.edb.utexas.edu then click onto “Student Information” (under the Subject Pool heading on the left-hand side navigation) Be sure that you have entered your email address correctly and that you receive a confirmation email The deadline to register is midnight Sunday, September 11th – No extensions! Step 2: FIND OUT WHAT STUDIES YOU ARE ASSIGNED TO Access the EDP website http://www.edb.utexas.edu/education/departments/edp/ then click on “Study Assignments” (under the Subject Pool heading on the left- hand side navigation) You may do this beginning Friday, September 30th Log in using your EID to see what studies you are assigned to Contact researchers for each assigned study to determine requirements and completion deadlines (contact info provided on assignments page)
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Unformatted text preview: Step 3: PARTICIPATE IN RESEARCH • Only participate in the studies to which you have been assigned • Be sure to get a receipt for your participation • Complete studies as soon as possible – you cannot wait until the end of the semester! • Be sure that you have completed all assigned studies by Friday, November 11th or earlier deadline given by researcher – No partial credit! Incomplete participation in all studies will necessitate completion of an alternate written assignment due by the last class day of the semester, Friday, December 2nd. Instructions for the assignment can also be found on the EDP website. FAILURE TO COMPLETE THE SUBJECT POOL (OR ALTERNATE ASSIGNMENT) WILL RESULT IN AN INCOMPLETE FOR YOUR COURSE GRADE!!! QUESTIONS?? Do not ask your instructor. Instead, contact the subject pool coordinator, Summer Lane. email: [email protected]
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