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Mentoring and Me

May 10, 2022 0

EVENTS & TRAINING: A participant’s perspective of The Research Society’s Mentoring Program The second year of our Mentoring Program officially wrapped up last month, making this the ideal time to hear what our Mentoring Program […]

How the research industry will evolve in 2022

February 7, 2022 0

FEATURE: After a year of unprecedented disruption in 2020, followed by a constant state of uncertainty in 2021, brands are actively seeking out ways to stay on top of ever-changing consumer behaviour and sentiment to […]

Human Happiness Reset

May 26, 2021 0

Understanding human motivation There have been many attempts throughout history to explain human motivation. Since ancient times, philosophers like Aristotle have argued that people seek to attain a happy and tranquil life, with the aim […]

How to propose the right online qualitative method

March 3, 2021 0

This is the second of a four part series from The Research Society presenter, Tom Woodnutt. *** If a client asks for online qualitative research, most researchers will default to realtime webcam groups.  Although this may […]

The use of appropriate incentives

February 10, 2021 0

Many research organisations offer incentives to participants who take part in a project. This incentive may take various forms. It can be cash, a gift or a gift card given to each participant after the […]

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