Study: Does submitting to CHI influence our emotional state?

UPDATE: Part four of this study is available until September 26th.

We are looking for participants for a research study investigating whether and how submitting to CHI (http://www.sigchi.org/conferences) influences the emotional state of authors, and how it changes over the course of the submission from the initial project idea to paper submission, the rebuttal period, and final decision notifications.

If you are planning to submit a full paper or note to CHI 2015 in Korea, we would love to hear from you – it does not matter whether you work in industry or academia, and we are interested in the experiences of researchers at different career stages from undergraduate summer intern to full professor across institutions and countries.

We would like to gather your feedback via online surveys at a total of six points throughout the CHI season. We know that this is a busy time of everyone’s year, so we’ve kept our questions to a minimum.

Part 1:  Available from June 22nd to June 29th 2014

Part 2: Available from August 19th to August 26th

Part 3: Available from September 19th to September 22nd

Part 4: Available from September 23rd to September 26th

Part 5: Available after reviews are released (rebuttal period)

Part 6: Available after final notifications.

We will add survey links to this page as they become available, so if you decide to participate in our study, please check back here for follow-up surveys.

If you have any questions about this project, please contact Kathrin Gerling (kgerling@lincoln.ac.uk) or John Shearer (jshearer@lincoln.ac.uk).

Published on Aug 18, 2014
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