New study to show that texting is a good way to get more truthful answers to questions
The study was conducted from a group of 600 Apple iPhone users found through Google Ads, on Craig's List and from from Amazon's Mechanical Turk. They were offered iTunes incentives to participate in the study which asked whether respondents differed their answers to questions depending on whether they were asked them via voice or text, and whether they were asked the questions by a human or computer. The survey also wanted to know if the answers would be different if the question were asked in front of other people and whether the questions were asked in front of other people and if the respondent was multitasking while responding to the questions.
source: PHYS.org via Textually.org
1. nicholassss (Posts: 341; Member since: 10 May 2012)
Second paragraph you missed the "p" on phone. Really interesting piece though!
2. Muhannad (Posts: 455; Member since: 20 Sep 2011)
Does that mean in future episodes of CSI suspects will be interrogated through texting?
4. metoyou (Posts: 264; Member since: 19 Oct 2011)
It's more of the opposite to me
People lies more when you don't face to face with them.