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Why PEQs do not provide the best process evidence

Post-experimental questionnaires (PEQs) are a popular means of obtaining process evidence in experimental research. However, are they …

The best time to pick up oTree (to design interactive experiments) is now!

Over the past few months, oTree has undergone changes making it much easier to design your (online) interactive experiment. Find out …

How to set up a simple experiment in Qualtrics

Many doctoral students and researchers find it challenging to start conducting experiments. In this post, Razvan Ghita shows how to …

Why ANOVA and linear regression are the same

Why do some experimentalists in accounting use ANOVA's while other use regressions? What's the difference? This post shows why they are …

Automize testing your experiments with 'bots'

Bots are a powerful yet often overlooked tool that helps experimental researchers test their applications more effectively and …

What do participants think of accounting experiments? A preliminary look into ongoing research

Which design features of accounting experiments contribute the most to participant motivation, participant engagement, and perceived …

'Effect sizes don't matter in experiments.' Or do they?

Some accounting researchers argue that effect sizes do not matter in experiments. In this post, I explain why effect sizes do matter …

When and how to cluster standard errors in experimental data?

Choosing whether and on which level to cluster standard errors in experimental data turns out to be less straightforward that I …

Deploying your experiment to a server

The consequences of the Coronavirus have made it impossible to run experiments in the laboratory. This post shows how you can launch …

Using animations in your instructions

This post present an easy way to support your textual instructions with animations.