Comparative Time-Sharing Experiments (CTSE)
The Centre is always looking to expand the ways in which we get students involved in behavioral social science. In early 2019, CESS piloted a new initiative designed to allow students without funding to run a robust online experiment. Participants in the Comparative Time Sharing Experiment (CTSE) submitted a short, 5-10 minute experiment to be run in tangent with the other selected experiments. CESS, in turn, provided a sample of participants from each of our regional locations to produce a multinational sample of results for each participant. Due to the success of the pilot, CESS initiated its second CTSE in the fall of 2019. However, due to COVID-19, CESS has postponed the running of the experiments designed for the second iteration.
Instead, CESS has decided to reopen the application process and expand the number of individuals included in the second iteration of the CTSE. Students or faculty who may know of students who may be interested in such an opportunity should visit our website for more information about eligibility and deadlines.
For more information, please visit https://cess-nuffield.nuff.ox.ac.uk/ctse.