Research Questions

Perceptions of well-being agreement across MTurk and select campuses

Focus on one specific aspect of well-being: e.g., feelings/perceptions of connectedness students living on and off campus, live alone, remote learning, ect.


When reflecting on your responses, try to focus on the school environment. For example, if the question is asking about relationships, please only consider relationships at school.

The investigators of this study are seeking to gain information that will inform efforts that improve the well-being experienced by graduate students/instructors. To that end, please focus all your responses on the school environment. What that means is, please only consider people places things thoughts experiences and feelings that steam from or are directly tied to school in some why.

Resources vs challenges: Did you need resources for school that you had to go to outside resources to gain?

Agreement between all graduate students yes or no

What were the challenges what were the resources

What would you consider your most significant loss

What would you consider your most significant loss

Using MTurk for data collection

Papers to read

Registered Report Publication Option

•   Stage 1 submission: Authors submit manuscripts including only a Background, Methods (including proposed analyses), and Pilot Data (where applicable).

•   Stage 1 review: Reviewers evaluate study proposals before data are collected, assessing the importance of the research question, feasibility of the methodology, and analysis pipeline.

•   In principle acceptance (IPA): Manuscripts that pass peer review will be issued an IPA, indicating that the article will be published pending successful completion of the study.

•   Stage 2 submission: Following study completion, authors submit their finalized manuscript for re-review, now including Results and Discussion sections.

•   Stage 2 review: Reviewers appraise whether the authors’ adhered to the preregistered experimental procedures and that any conclusions and implications for future research, policy, and practice, are justified given the data

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