About Chicago Booth CDR (for Participants)
Chicago Booth CDR participants can make money by participating in surveys and live research interviews related to behavioral science. After completing a study, payment is sent via Amazon gift card.
General Details 📜
|Helps You:||Make Money|
|Platform Type:||Crowdsourcing Marketplace Rewards|
|Opportunities:||Academic Research Participation Focus Group Participation Research Interview Participation Survey Taking|
Key Points 🔑
Once you apply for a study, be sure to adhere to the schedule (or cancel with more than an hour's notice if you can't attend). Missing your scheduled study without proper cancelation twice will result in a permanent restriction in enrolling for future studies.
Payouts are initiated automatically after study completion.
|Payout Options:||Gift Cards Amazon Gift Card|
Amazon gift cards from CDR are specifically for Amazon.com.
|Payout Speed:||1-4 days|
Payouts are sent within 1-2 business days.
|Sign Up Bonus:||$5 after completing the intro screeners.|
- Above average pay for the type of work being done. Chicago Booth CDR claims to pay around $12 per hour.
- Chance of participating in interesting studies because, rather than market research, they're focused on human behavior. And who knows, you may contribute to some important research as well!
- No minimum payout threshold.
- Paid training is given before participating in studies.
- Smooth user experience.
- Only one payout option: Amazon.com gift cards.
- It's a lesser-known platform, so study availability might be limited.
- Payments can sometimes take longer than 2 business days.
- Be sure of your availability at the specified study time. If you won’t be available at the agreed time, you must cancel your participation at least an hour before the scheduled time.
- Virtual labs require video, so be prepared to show your face on camera. Also, you should be in a space that is well-lit and free from noise and distraction.
- Check back often for new studies, which are posted every weeknight by 8PM.
- If you don't want (or can't use) the Amazon gift cards that the platform pays out via, you can always try selling them to someone else.
Note: The pros, cons, and tips featured above are manually curated summaries and/or direct excerpts from our 4 Chicago Booth CDR Participant reviews.