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One very straight-forward way to do this is akin to how StackOverflow handles the review queue. Every so often, a random "experimental" question is asked - the correct answer for which is predetermined. If they get it correct, then you know they are serious and paying attention. If not, then perhaps you give them x number of tries before handling the non-...


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Your definition of seriousness is actually quite hard to measure, since you are defining it as whether the user has read the question properly or understood it. It is almost impossible to know whether someone has read the question properly unless the only way you can complete the question correctly is by following the question exactly and interpreting it ...


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I think you should combine 2 measures: subjective and objective. You should then make analysis based on both. Here is a proposition: Subjective questionnaire - post task After the users fill in the forms, just ask them whether the answers they gave were correct. If the user says, "No, I just filled them to get rid of the task," ask him/her to specify which ...


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One thing you have to take into consideration is if parts of the form is auto-populated, i.e. when asking for basic information such as name, email etc. All these fields might be filled out instantly and at the same time. So, in order to measure the way you want, do not ask fot that kind of "standard information". And finally but perhaps most important of ...


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I think it there's no 100% method to determine was a user serious upon filling the form. A user may fill some fields seriously, but some fields - not seriously. Moreover, some fields are more important, some - less. For every field on your form define an importance level (1 - less important, 2 - more important, 3 - even more important, etc) for this field, ...



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