comments by colleagues


"This is a great new incarnation of a site that has been a key resource for online researchers over the past two decades."

Tom Buchanan, PhD, University of Westminster, London

"If you are beginning or experienced in Internet science, here is a site for you."

John Krantz, PhD, Hanover College, USA

"Each new methodology requires careful examination to be able to use well. Ulf and his colleague have a long history, continued here, of showing the way to do Internet science well."

John Krantz, PhD, Hanover College, USA

"An excellent resource for anyone interested in Internet mediated research."

Tom Buchanan, PhD, University of Westminster, London

"A unique collection of high quality tools for Internet based research."

Mirta Galesic, PhD, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

"The excellent resources provided by Ulf and his colleagues helped numerous researchers to conduct high quality Internet experiments."

Mirta Galesic, PhD, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

"For more than a decade Ulf Reips has been a leader in using the web to conduct psychological research, and his iScience group continues this record of innovation with a great new set of resources. Well done!"

Scott Plous, PhD, Founder of Social Psychology Network

"I'm intrigued with your web site, and hope your work is going well."

Don A. Dillman, PhD, Regents Professor and the Thomas S. Foley Distinguished Professor of Government and Public Policy, Washington State University, USA

"How exciting that iScience has been created! In the future, a huge amount of social science research will be done via the Internet, so researchers need guidance on best practices and resources to help them do their work. iScience is staffed by an outstanding group of scholars who will no doubt make a big positive difference around the globe."

Jon Krosnick, PhD, the Frederic O. Glover Professor in Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of communication, political science, and psychology at Stanford University