Investigating if phone interviews are as effective as face-to-face interviews
This research is concerned with investigating if phone interviews are as effective in gathering information for vetting purposes as face-to-face interviews.
Participation in the research would require you to join one in-person testing session, in which you will be asked to participate in a role-playing exercise and a consequent vetting interview for “your friend John” for approximately 45 minutes of your time. Your interview will take place in the building and be conducted via phone or face-to-face and will be audio-recorded. If you are allocated to participate in the phone interviews, these will be conducted via Zoom but with audio only.
What will participants be doing?
You will be asked to participate in a role-playing exercise in which you will watch animations about “your friend John”. You will be interviewed about the content of the animations in a subsequent vetting interview in-person or via the phone. The animations describe your relationship with “your friend John” and involve topics such as gambling addiction, and drug use. If you do not feel comfortable talking about such topics, we kindly ask you to refrain from participating.
Approximately 45 minutes
If you are interested in taking part in this study please sign up via this link or contact Lina Hillner at email@example.com. Any questions should be directed to Lina Hillner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Participants should be at least 18 years of age.
- Participants should be fluent in English.
You will be paid £5 for your time.
In addition, if you follow the instructions and properly engage in the role-playing exercise, you will have the chance to enter a raffle to win one of three £10 Amazon vouchers.
King Henry Building, Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth PO1 2DY.
Closing date for applications
31 April 2024