Contribute to Our Research!
For our research, we are trying to understand how drug delivery supply chains can be more resilient. Towards that end, we will have you play a short game and take a short survey after.
What to do?
You will play a short game and are then asked to complete a short survey. The entire process should take around 45 minutes. You will need a laptop or a desktop computer to participate.
Each player plays the same game separately, however, you are competing with other participants to make the most profit in the game. More descriptions of the profit components will be provided in the game. The leaderboard on this page (see below) lists the names and profits made by the leading competitors. Please make sure to take a look at this list and the scores from previous players before you hit the “Participate” button.
You also have the chance to win a $50 prize that is gifted through a raffle. By playing this game you will get 1 ticket towards the raffle. However, to increase your chances of winning, you will get 1 extra ticket for every $1000 in-game profit that you make more than the average profit of all other players.
Towards the end of the game, you will be asked “how did you hear about this experiment?”. Please select the name of your School/Institution or if it is not listed, Please select “Other”. You will then be redirected to a Google Form where you can provide your email address. This email address will only be used for communication in case you are the winner of the raffle.
By clicking on the “Participate” button below, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
- You acknowledge that you are 18 years or older.
- Participation is voluntary. You may stop at any time by exiting the web page or closing your web browser.
- We will be recording your responses to the questions and decisions in the game and questions in the survey.
- Data will be collected anonymously. We assign an automatically generated unique ID for each participant.
- There are no foreseeable risks or discomfort to participating.
- A potential benefit is that you get to learn about dynamics of the supply chains!
If you have any questions about this research, please feel free to contact Omid Mohaddesi. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions about your rights in this research, you may contact Nan C. Regina, Director, Human Subject Research Protection. Tel: (+1) 617.373.4588, Email: email@example.com. You may call anonymously if you wish.
StudyCrafter is developed by the Northeastern Game Studio at Northeastern University, and led by Prof. Casper Harteveld.
This research was developed with funding from Northeastern University and the National Science Foundation. The views, opinions and/or findings expressed are those of the creator and should not be interpreted as representing the official views or policies of the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Government, or Northeastern University.
For more information about contributors and the rest of the StudyCrafter team, visit the credits page.