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Psychologists who can advise better way to ask?

I am looking for a professional adviser who can give advise on structuring and polishing the way of asking questions. I am making a social application using Q&A method.

I am not sure this would be a field for psychology or linguistics or just a good writing skill :)
Do anyone know expert on this matter?

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Jessica Alter
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Have you tried FD:Advisors? That's a better place for this than Discuss
Drika Weller
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Drika Weller Entrepreneur
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A psychologist, preferably with a PhD, with good methodological training. Hope this helps, Drika
Jenda Michl
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Jenda Michl Entrepreneur
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Hello Philip, Call or contact Tara Gill, she has a clinical psychology degree and has excellent verbal written skills. She also read your request and said to contact her. [removed to protect privacy] or [removed to protect privacy] Jenda Michl Principal, Vertu Studio Inc [removed to protect privacy] vertustudio.com facebook.com/vertustudio flexsitbench.com linkedin.com/in/jendamichl
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Duane Nickull Entrepreneur • Advisor
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Definitely discuss this with Bettina Rothe. http://www.bettinarothe.com/

She has the right mix of being trained in that field combined with an ability to create powerful, inclusive messages and is skilled in authentic leadership practices (a new field that is more or less a good part of what you describe). At the very least, email her and mention my name. I think she will be able to help you and will cost way less than anyone else in the field.

Duane
Jeb Stone > Analytics PhD
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If you're trying to create proprietary scales of measurement as part of your IP, a psychology or sociology PhD would be a good resource. If you're looking more toward devising methodologically appropriate questions to achieve a specific business objective, I'd suggest that a marketing research professional might be a shorter and easier path.
Dwayne Smurdon
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Hi Philip,

A topic to research may be "Survey and Questionnaire Design and Analysis" -- the folks, in general, who study this topic are often Research Psychologists (much more than say, Clinical Psychologists), and Sociologists.

Even if you find a good writer, I'd say make sure you do several rounds of A/B testing if this is an important part of your business.

-Dwayne
Grant Hosford
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I would recommend you talk to Amy Strachman and Heather Setrakian at Sigma Research Group. Amy is a PhD in psych and ran eHarmony's customer insights team. Heather has a Masters in Psych and study design and ran most of eHarmony's clinical studies during the 5.5 years I was there. They are both super sharp and easy to work with.

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