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Focus Group Moderators - Children

Qualitative research consultants - focus group moderators specialized in conducting, managing, and analyzing focus group sessions related to children. Locate focus group facilitators who conduct research sessions and interviews with or about children and children-related issues.

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Smarty Pants
Smarty Pants

We are a full-service youth and family research and consulting firm with qualitative and quantitative expertise. Our name says it all.

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Youth Insights

Children's research is our specialty…creativity is our trademark! Founded in 1990, Youth Insights specializes in working with children of all ages.

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Ameritest
Ameritest

Ameritest, an ad & brand communication research co., helps brands optimize their positioning & creative expression to build long-term brand memories.

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Clearworks
Clearworks

We help you listen to and observe customers and use the insights to build products, services, messages & experiences that are relevant and compelling.

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Gary Frieden, Ph.D. has conducted thousands of Focus Groups - online focus groups via webcams, telephone focus groups and IDIs, and video streaming for remote viewing.

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THE NEW REALITY OF VIRTUAL REALITY AND THE POTENTIAL WITH YOUTH

Touchstone Research, Inc.

VR has been around for many years but, disappointingly, has failed to live up to its own expectations. With new groundbreaking, non-nausea-inducing devices and amazing immersive software starting to be developed, VR’s moment for consumer products may finally have arrived. Major VR companies are preparing to launch VR headsets that make VR real for the consumer in 2015/2016—will they succeed with the kids and teens? TSR conducted an online survey with n=500 Kids and Teens age 10-17 across the U.S. via our Youth and Family research panel to see what they had to say about VR. Kids were first asked about VR technology and then exposed to the current state of Virtual Reality through images, videos, and text and then asked their opinions. Check out the results in our infographic below…

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