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Talked with Alex and Kelly today, need to have non-monetary incentives for children (ethics - IRBS)

We want students & teachers to recruit people most similar to themselves -> these people then recruit one other person

Similar students: problems with that

1) What determines similarity?

2) What if the program changed the students and they no longer seek people similar to themselves before they entered the program?

Students: can match with those entering program?

Will talk to Prof. Halafir about group incentives