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How shall I address the complexity of maintaining randomly chosen groups across time-lagged survey?
My name is Ui Young Sun, a third-year doctoral student studying OB/HR at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I and my research team are working on the project that investigates people’s reaction to different stigmatized identity groups. Currently, we plan to present three different identity groups to participants, which are randomly selected from the list of 20 identity groups. These identity groups need to be incorporated into texts and items. (for example, “I have seen an identity group 1 (or 2, etc.) in a movie.” This survey will have a time-lagged design (three time-points, a 2-week interval).
We are struggling with how to appropriately set up the Qualtrics survey. First, we need to randomly present 3 groups out of 20. And then we need to maintain the chosen 3 groups and incorporate them into the texts and questions for each participant throughout the surveys at different time points. If we use just a randomizer function in the survey flow and then we need to make so many different versions of the survey. Also, currently, I do not have a good idea about how I can maintain the chosen identities for each participant. It would be very grateful if you, the experts in Qualtrics, provide some helpful tips or guidance to deal with these issues.
I give my thanks in advance.
Ui Young Sun