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Hey guys, for one of my classes I have to conduct a research study and the study has to consist of over 100 people. do you guys have any ideas about studies that i could easily carry out regarding human behaviour? lol sorry to bring it up in this forum but i have no ideas whatsoever. Oh, and it has to be something that i can observe or distribute surveys

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umm peoples thought process compared to job or planned job


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hmm im not sure how i'd approach carrying that out, but ill definitely think about it! thanks!

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Social interactions while inebrieated.

If you need 100 willing participants just stop by 1 or 2 frat houses on a Friday night. Take notes, study done.
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Haha that's really good actually. I might do that

Thanks Matt

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[quote author=justlisa link=topic=107232.msg2195154#msg2195154 date=1206970067]
Haha that's really good actually. I might do that

Thanks Matt
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I was being fairly serious. I mean, it is also funny to think about, but depending on how wide the latitude is on the research project crashing a few parties might be enough to cover the study. I would personally check with the TA or prof before undertaking the study though as they might not find it a legitimate research project.
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oh no biggie, i'm still in highschool, but i think it's a great idea

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