IGEM:Carnegie Mellon University/2009/Notebook/SUCCEED Survey and Peer Incentives/2014/01/21

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1) What determines similarity?  
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2) What if the program changed the students and they no longer seek people similar to themselves before they entered the program?
2) What if the program changed the students and they no longer seek people similar to themselves before they entered the program?
Students: can match with those entering program?
Students: can match with those entering program?
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Will talk to Prof. Halafir about group incentives
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Will talk to Prof. Hafalir about group incentives
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Talked with Alex and Kelly today, need to have non-monetary incentives for children (ethics - IRBS)

We want students & teachers to recruit people most similar to themselves -> these people then recruit one other person

Similar students: problems with that

1) What determines similarity?

2) What if the program changed the students and they no longer seek people similar to themselves before they entered the program?

Students: can match with those entering program?

Will talk to Prof. Hafalir about group incentives


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