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archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 13. 04. 2010 ::
:: The Measurement of Emotion Awareness and Perception ::
  C. Alix Timko, Amy Neal, Kerry Whiteman, William Ahern
Towson University
  The purpose of the study is to evaluate current measures assessing an individual's emotions. You must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this study. It should take you about 20-30 minutes to complete the survey.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 18. 02. 2009 ::
:: Relationship Survey ::
  Afrouz Shaye, Terece Bell
Alliant International University
  This is a study looking at dating relationships. Looking for participants between the age of 18 to 30 who have been dating the same person for 3 months or more. This is a 10-15 minute study that consists of a short questionnaire asking for background information, a few questions about your personality characteristics, and facts about your current relationship.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 18. 07. 2012 ::
:: Person Evaluation II ::
  Dennis Küster, Eva Krumhuber
Jacobs University Bremen
  You will see a picture of a person that is slightly different from the previous experiment. There will be 11 simple questions about how you perceive this person.
11 simple questions about a person
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 26. 05. 2009 ::
:: How do we influence the feelings of those close to us? ::
  Karen Niven and David Holman
University of Sheffield
  This study seeks to examine the ways in which people deliberately try to influence the emotions of their partners, friends and co-workers.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 08. 07. 2014 ::
:: Resilience: The Role of Autonomy Supportive Coaching, Basic Need Satisfaction and Intentional Self-regulation in Emerging Adults ::
  Ruth Senior
University of Gloucestershire
  We are looking for participants aged 18-25, who receive coaching for their sport. The life span period for individuals' aged 18-25 has become increasing unstable and unpredictable. Individuals within this age period have to navigate a series of major changes to employment, education, residency and relationships. Young people within this life span period are more likely to drink heavily, be involved in crime and participate in risky sexual behaviour. You will are invited to complete four questionnaires on the behaviour of your coach, your thought processes, your need satisfaction, some demographics about you and your ability to positively adapt to life events. This survey will take no longer then 20 minutes and will enhance our knowledge of developmental experiences in sport and help us to design sporting environments that improve functioning in a athlete’s everyday life. Thank you for your time.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 30. 03. 2012 ::
:: Memory Awareness Questionnaire ::
  Helen Williams
University of Richmond
  This research stems from our interest in people’s awareness of their own memory abilities, and people’s justifications about how accurately they remember something. You will be asked to make a judgment about other people’s memory experiences from memory justification statements they made in a previous memory experiment.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 02. 2011 ::
:: The Effect the Media has on Adults Attitudes and Expectations towards Romantic Partners and its Effect on their Current Relationship ::
  KATHERINE FURNESS
NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY
  This study is aiming to provide further evidence into the effect television has on adults’ attitudes and expectations towards romantic partners and its subsequent effect on their current relationship. Only individuals in a relationship can participate in this study. Only individuals currently in a romantic relationship will beable to participate in this study.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 06. 12. 2010 ::
:: Wish Me Luck? The role of Superstition and problem solving ::
  Charlotte Langley
University of Derby
  I am looking at attitudes towards Luck and Supersition and how this applies to a day to day basis. It does not matter whether you believe in luck or not to participate.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 14. 01. 2013 ::
:: Putting out the fire: Exploring the contribution of individual and social factors in self reported interventions in online flaming ::
  Benjamin James Smith
DeMontfort University
  This study will require that the participants complete a survey. In the survey they will be asked to report their likelihood of intervening in a number of online scenarios they will also be asked to complete a number of personality scales.
please only 18 year old, and over, undergraduate student participants
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 23. 05. 2009 ::
:: Loves and Infatuations ::
  Eric Olson
U. of Texas at Austin
  Six brief questions for men and women of all ages.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 27. 01. 2010 ::
:: Online gambling behaviour ::
  Abby McCormack and Mark Griffiths
Nottingham Trent University
  This survey is for anyone who has participated in online gambling at some point in their lives. The survey is about your online gambling behaviour and involves questions about the type of gambling you do online, how often, how long for, how much you spend, why you gamble and your opinions on gambling. All information is anonymous and your responses can not be linked back to you in anyway.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 21. 11. 2009 ::
:: Perception of petty theft in primary school. ::
  Lynn Lansbury
University of Portsmouth
  This is a study about perception of petty theft in primary school. You will read a passage of text, and then be asked to rate statements about it. After a short word task you will be asked to rate general statements on your perception of crime and families. You will also be asked for basic demographic information (gender, age, occupation,place of residence). The study will take up to 20 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 05. 2010 ::
:: Your perception and responses to advertising in your favorite Facebook group ::
  Christian Benjamin Tversted
Copenhagen Business School
  This is a survey for my final thesis at Copenhagen Business School 2010 Purpose: To test some of my hypothesis about the perception and responses to advertising in your most visited Facebook Group.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 20. 12. 2012 ::
:: Identifying Sex Offenders At A Glance ::
  Sherry Siller
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  Participants will be viewing single images of sex offenders and non-sex offenders in an effort to determine if it is possible to recognize a sexual offender by a brief glance. These images will be shown for two seconds, followed by a set of questions. After this, paired images that vary the age, gender and ethnicity of the offenders will be shown in intervals of four seconds, followed by a question. Participants will have to answer a brief attitudes questionnaire and provide demographic information.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 17. 08. 2011 ::
:: Eyewitness testimony and Juror Decisions ::
  Brown, Cass, McMillan, Pearce
Curtin University, Western Australia
  You will be presented with a scenario depicting a crime and testimonies from eyewitnesses. You will be asked a short series of questions about the witness statements.
This is a fourth year Psychology thesis project.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 03. 07. 2009 ::
:: Survey of Responses to Daily Life Stress ::
  Kathy Berenson, Geraldine Downey
Columbia University
  An anonymous survey to investigate how particular personality characteristics may be associated with the way peoples thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and relationships with others vary in reaction to ordinary stressful situations in daily life.
Approved by Columbia University IRB, IRB-AAAD6829
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 21. 08. 2012 ::
:: Sense of Community and Personality Research Study ::
  Kath Boekamp
Curtin University, Perth, Western Australiaonline pa
  Most people know when they have a Sense of Community and when they don’t. There are many factors that contribute to the development of a Sense of Community. Some factors are Environmental (i.e., size of town/suburb), others are Individual factors (i.e. extroversion or optimism). Little research has been done on whether individual personality type factors have any bearing on how someone develops a Sense of Community. I’d like to invite you to take part in a study which will provide information to help us understand how people connect to their community as well as how we might support and even improve these connections. Each questionnaire includes instructions on the type of questions that will follow and the way to respond (such as giving a rating on a 5 point scale on how much you agree with a statement from very little to a lot). In total the survey should take you no longer than 30min, possibly less. All your responses to the questionnaires and personal information will be kept absolutely confidential. Your name will be converted to a code number, and only the anonymous group average data from all participants will be used for any published research.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 16. 11. 2010 ::
:: Asperger's Tendencies and Attachment Style as Predictors of Well-Being ::
  Maathu Navaneethan
Brunel University
  A ten minute online questionnaire looking at Asperger's tendencies and attachment style as predictors of well-being and living arrangement.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 09. 09. 2008 ::
:: Words and Emotions ::
  Tali Ditman, Mante Nieuwland, Tatiana Sitnikova, & Gina Kuperberg
Harvard University
  We are interested in seeing what type of emotion association some English words may have.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 20. 08. 2012 ::
:: Development of a Self-Report Measure of Reward Responsivity ::
  John Hughes; Jean-François Etter
University of Vermont; University of Genevaonline pa
  Decreased reward responsivity is usually defined as a reduction in the reinforcing efficacy of most rewards (nb – we are using the term “reward” to refer to presumed reinforcers). Anhedonia is a related concept that is typically defined as decreased pleasure from rewards. Apathy is also a related concept that is typically defined as reduced motivation to acquire rewards. However, there is often substantial overlap in how the three are defined. All three constructs have been hypothesized to occur in several psychiatric disorders such as depression, drug abuse, schizophrenia, and alexithymia. The aim of this study is to develop a self-report measure of reward responsivity/anhedonia/apathy.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 09. 03. 2011 ::
:: Mood variability and Experiences in Relationships ::
  Sarah Fraser
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australiaansonline.c
  The aim of the present study is to investigate factors that may contribute to relationship distress. The present study is interested in temperament, experiences in close relationships, vulnerability to mood variability, relationship quality and general well-being. As we are interested in factors that may contribute to relationship distress, it is a study requirement that you have experienced at least one committed close relationship.
We ask that you are between 21 and 65 years of age.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 02. 2010 ::
:: Women's Sexual Satisfaction ::
  Janine Ippolito
Chestnut Hill College
  This is an anonymous survey for women only. This survey contains questions about specific factors that contribute to women's sexual satisfaction. After completing the survey, participants will have the opportunity to enter a raffle to win $50.00. To be eligible to participate you must 1) Be a woman, 2) Identify as heterosexual, 3) Currently be in a sexual relationship with a male partner that has lasted at least three months.
survey for women only
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 28. 02. 2011 ::
:: Readiness for Treatment for Perfectionism ::
  Dolores Elek-Roser, Sarah Egan & Lynne Roberts
Curtin University
  Are you a high achiever? Do you sometimes feel anxious or feel down when you cannot achieve what you want to achieve? Do you have problems with relationships because other people don't meet yor expectations? If this sounds like you, then your participation in this research will help me develop and assess a new measure for readiness for treatment for perfectionism. The questions relate to your mood, factors that influence setting personal standards, your attitude about seeking treatment, and demographic information.
Development of the Readiness for Treatment for Perfectionism measure
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 09. 2012 ::
:: Evaluation of Person Interactions ::
  Susanne Quadflieg
New York University
  This experiment has ended. Here is a debriefing and description of what was done: "In our study, we presented participants with a series of photographs. Each photograph showed two people involved in an interaction. For instance, participants would see a person giving a gift to another, two people carrying boxes, a couple dancing and so on. In each picture, one of the two individuals was marked with a star (*). Participants were asked to focus on this target when making their judgments. For each picture, we asked participants to indicate whether the person seemed intelligent, likeable, animate, able to have emotions, and machine-like. We also asked participants to rate whether they would find “seeing a person acting like this” believable, eerie, and safe. At the end of the survey, we asked participants to complete a short personality questionnaire and to answer some demographic questions (age, gender, education, religion, nationality). We are interested in how ratings on the above dimensions may differ depending on whether a person is engaged in a mainly instrumental interaction (e.g., one person helping another with carrying boxes) or in a mainly social interaction (e.g., one person engaging in a chat with another), and whether differences (if any) are influenced by a perceiver’s personality and demographic background." The instructions were: "You will be asked to look at a series of person interactions and to evaluate each interaction according to several dimensions (e.g., how safe, intelligent, likeable etc. a target person seems to you). At the end of the study, we will ask you to provide some personality information (e.g., whether you consider yourself calm, extraverted etc.) and demographic information (e.g., your age, gender, nationality). Participation will take you about 30 min. "
This experiment has ended. Debriefing available.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 26. 02. 2011 ::
:: Gender Roles in the Early Years of Marriage ::
  Catie O'Neal
University of Georgia
  Need married couples (very important for both spouses to participate) between the ages of 20-32. Can also register to win $25 gift card to Amazon.com
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 07. 07. 2009 ::
:: How do you feel about your appearance? ::
  Tim Moss & Ben Rosser
The University of the West of Englandonline payday l
  The research consists of a brief set of questionnaires investigating how important your appearance is to you and how you feel about the way you look.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 16. 02. 2010 ::
:: Change Within Romantic Relationships ::
  Grace Larson
Pomona Collegee>
  This survey is part of my senior thesis on change within romantic relationships. You are invited to participate if you began dating your current romantic partner within the last 3 to 9 months. The survey will take between 15 and 30 minutes of your time, and will make you eligible to win one of eight $25 gift certificates to Amazon.com.
Participants will have an approx. 1 in 15 chance to win a $25 gift certificate from Amazon.com. For those currently in relationships only.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 24. 12. 2009 ::
:: Monkey Appearances ::
  Michael D. Gumert and Crystal M. Riley
Nanyang Technological University
  Participants will complete a brief (less than 15 minutes) online study about the physical appearance of macaque monkeys. They will be asked to view a series of pictures of macaques, and to rate each monkeys appearance on a scale. Participants' answers will help in an ongoing research project on the social behavior of long-tailed macaques.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 09. 02. 2012 ::
:: Global Living Standards ::
  Miles Thompson
Goldsmiths, University of London
  The aim of this study is to explore people's views about those around the world who lack basic resources, opportunities and rights. Your main task will be completing a series of questions. All you have to do for each item is to read a word or short sentence and then rate it on a seven point scale. There are no right or wrong answers.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 19. 05. 2012 ::
:: Extremes of subjective passage of time ::
  Joshua Pritikin
University of Virginia
  The purpose of the study is to learn more about the subjective passage of time. While actual time advances at a nearly constant rate, our subjective awareness of time passing can vary greatly. When engrossed in an entertaining activity, one can lose awareness of the passage of time. Hours can pass without notice. At the other extreme, boredom can make us uncomfortably attentive to time. Minutes can seem to drag on forever.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 24. 05. 2013 ::
:: Stimuli Outside of Awareness and the Color-Word Task ::
  Philip Bender, Joel Weinberger
Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University
  This research explores the effect of subliminal stimulation on behavior. In this study, which takes approximately 20 minutes, participants are presented with information below the threshold for conscious awareness, and then asked to complete a color-naming task. Participants must be at least 18 years of age and speak English as their native language. This research is being conducted by a doctoral student at Adelphi University.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 11. 06. 2013 ::
:: The effects of the media on our judgements about rape ::
  Polly Whitbread
University of Bedfordshire
  We would be grateful to you if you could assist us by participating in our study exploring the effects of the media on judgements about rape. Your participation will take approximately 10 minutes during which time you will be ask to read through a newspaper article before filling out a questionnaire. Your data will be stored securely with only an anonymous number identifying it. Taking part in this study is completely voluntary; you may withdraw at any time prior to data analysis without having to give any reason
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 18. 02. 2010 ::
:: Human Will ::
  Cody Christopherson
The University of Notre Dame
  You are invited to participate in a brand new psychology experiment involving the power of human will. The procedure is simple. You go to the website below and fill out answer a few questions now-- this will take 5-10 minutes. Next, you'll get a simple week-long project. This project can be completed in ten minutes per day, for a one week, at your leisure. Then, you'll return to the website and answer a few more short questions. I'll send you a short survey a week later and a month after that. Anyone over 18 years old can participate. You just need an email address and to be willing to do the week-long project. Participants will be entered in a drawing for one of six $15 gift certificates.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 15. 06. 2010 ::
:: Personality and Performance ::
  O. Blauwhoff
London School of Economics
  This study looks at the effects of personality characteristics on the performance of various online tasks.
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 08. 11. 2010 ::
:: Your impression of brief statements ::
  iScience group
Universidad de Deusto
  Participation only takes 10 minutes!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 17. 05. 2010 ::
:: Matching This With That ::
  Aiden P. Gregg, Erica Hepper
University of Southampton, UK
  10-15 minute study examining the best way to measure human motives. You will be asked to match four motives with statements that could be used to assess them.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 17. 05. 2010 ::
:: Personality and Expressing Emotions ::
  Erica Hepper and Claire Hart
University of Southampton, UK
  A survey aiming to examine the links between personality traits and expression of emotions, including crying. The survey will take 25-30 minutes and can be saved at any time for continuing later on.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 16. 02. 2010 ::
:: Attitudes towards mental illness ::
  Anisa Surti
Nottingham Trent University
  This research study is looking at attitudes towards mental illness and is part of my third year project on my BSc Psychology course at Nottingham Trent University.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 06. 2011 ::
:: Social inclusion and young people ::
  Clio Berry
University of Sussex
  This online questionnaire will ask you about your social inclusion and beliefs about yourself and other people. Anyone who is aged 14 to 35 years and is a current UK resident is able to take part. It will take up to 30 minutes. Social inclusion means the level to which people feel included in various areas of living, for example, their job, education and family. The purpose of this study is to find out what young people in the UK do with their time and who they spend time with. There are no immediate benefits to taking part in this research study. However, the findings will help to understand what young people do with their time - and so the findings could be used to help to inform services for young people in the UK.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 26. 09. 2011 ::
:: Personality and Decision Making ::
  Mattingly, B., & Bobrowski, M. E.
Ashland University & Monmouth Universityonline payda
  Research participants would complete an online study consisting of questionnaires.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 01. 2013 ::
:: A Study of How One Understands Thier Own Sex Education ::
  Heather Dombrowsky and Jeremy Smith
Hanover College
  The purpose of this research is to see how one’s sex education is understood by the individual. This study will assess how the participant understands and remembers their sex education; how they have used this information; and how comfortable they are discussing sex. We expect participants to take 30 to 45 minutes to complete the survey.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 27. 09. 2012 ::
:: Learning causal relationships ::
  Gy?z? Kurucz
University of Debrecen, Institute of Psychologyonlin
  In the experiment participants can learn if a causal relationship between to events exists in a case-by-case manner. We are interested in the process of learning simple causal relationships. The experiment takes about 15 minutes.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 11. 08. 2010 ::
:: Understanding the Emergence of PTSD ::
  Aidan Christian and April Bradley
University of North Dakota
  20-minute survey to examine the factors that lead some people to develop PTSD after a traumatic experience, while others do not.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 18. 03. 2011 ::
:: Meeting Point Study ::
  Bjoern Zenker
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
  The purpose of this study is to examine how people meet. We will ask you to mark the location on different maps, where you want to meet your friend, when both of you are heading to a common destination. The study will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 23. 06. 2009 ::
:: Perceptions of Individuals with Cancer in the Media ::
  Sarah Knapp-Oliver
Mount Holyoke College
  A group of researchers at Mount Holyoke College is looking for participants of any gender (males especially encouraged to participate!) over the age of 18 who can read and write in English. To show their great appreciation of your participation, you will have the option of being entered into a raffle for a $20 Amazon Gift Card at the end of the study. You will simply need to provide an email address to be entered into the raffle. The gift card can be used at amazon.com to purchase a variety of items, from books to groceries and clothing and has no expiration date. In this study, you will be asked to read an excerpt from an article found in the media. You will then be asked to respond to several questions pertaining to what you have read.
You must be 18 or over to participate in this study. All the responses you provide will be anonymous.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 31. 07. 2012 ::
:: Evaluating Forensic Evidence ::
  Chloe Boyle
California State University, Fullerton
  This study will ask participants to read a case summary as well as a description of expert testimony given in support of a defendant. Participants will be asked to provide their opinions in regards to the case. Participants will also take a short survey on their general thinking style. Questions will follow the presentation of the case summary and/or evidence. The purpose of this study is to look at how participants evaluate and interpret forensic evidence.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 09. 10. 2012 ::
:: 14 Questions about a Face ::
  Dennis Küster
Jacobs University Bremen
  Your task is to evaluate the emotion(s) shown in a face. The experiment will only take about 5 minutes. All information provided by you will be treated as confidential and will only be used for scientific purposes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 01. 2011 ::
:: The News and You ::
  Kathryn Buchanan, Anat Bardi
Royal Holloway, University of London
  Would you like the chance to win £50 worth of Amazon vouchers? If yes, then simply complete this questionnaire. We will ask you to complete some questions about personality, values and your current mood. You will also get to watch a you tube video of a news clip. At the end of the survey, you will receive feedback about your responses.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 16. 09. 2010 ::
:: Online crying study ::
  Gwenda Simons & Martin Bruder
University of Oxford & University of Konstanzonline
  We would like to ask participants to complete a survey (approx 30 minutes) on crying and the ways people might prevent themselves from crying.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 11. 2009 ::
:: Social Visualization Tasks 3 ::
  Michelle Luke and Kathy Carnelley
University of Southampton
  Complete a visualization task and a series of questionnaires.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 26. 04. 2009 ::
:: The Relationship between Parenting Practices and Childrens Emotion-Regulation Abilities; A Cross-Cultural Study ::
  Sneha Jethmalani, Roslyn Galligan
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australiaansonline.c
  In recent years, there has been an increasing amount of research exploring the relationship between the ways in which we express our emotions and how that impacts our relationships with others. In particular, previous research has looked at how parents thoughts and feelings about their own and their children's emotions and behaviours relates to children's awareness of their own emotions and emotions of others. We would like to invite you to participate in a study about parents thoughts on their emotions and their childrens emotions, and how cultures differ in these patterns. The aim of this study is to gain a better understanding of the factors that influence the ways in which children learn how to manage and express their emotions. The survey should take approximately 25 to 30 minutes to complete. We would truly appreciate your participation and honesty in your responses to the questions to enable us to understand the impact parents have on their childrens emotional functioning. We are seeking both mothers and teachers of children between the ages of 3 and 7 years to fill out the questionnaire. Mothers, if you choose to participate, you will be asked about your cultural orientation, your views and understanding of emotions, how you deal with your childrens emotions, and how they express their emotions. Your responses will be completely anonymous and confidential. Results of the study may be published in an academic journal, but only as group data, so that no individual will be identifiable. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. Your initial agreement to participate does not stop you from discontinuing participation and you are free to withdraw at any time. The submission of your questionnaire will be taken as consent for your data to be used in the study. Your interest in this study would be greatly appreciated.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 07. 07. 2010 ::
:: The Swan Exercise Expectancy Measure (SEEM) in a Community Sample: Validation and Moderating Variables ::
  Natasha Swan
Central Michigan University
  This study includes a demographic questionnaire and two brief surveys concerning physical activity habits and attitudes. Anyone between the ages of 18-30 can participate and enter a drawing for $250.00 upon completion of the study.
Limited to participants between the ages of 18-30
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 03. 2011 ::
:: Behaving your way to happiness ::
  Kathryn Buchanan & Anat Bardi
Royal Holloway, University of London
  This research examines behaviours that can increase happiness. Participants will be asked to behave in a certain way, daily for 7 days and to complete questionnaires along the way. On completion of the study participants will be entered into a prize draw with multiple prizes of £50 (Non UK residents will receive the equivalent in Amazon vouchers).
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 23. 06. 2011 ::
:: A Maze Task and Processing of Social Scenarios ::
  Kevin P. McIntyre, Jonathan Gallegos
Trinity University
  This investigation examines how the skills needed to complete mazes influences how people think about social scenarios. You will be asked to complete a maze task and afterwards read a description of a common social interaction and respond by completing some questions about the scenario and about yourself. Your participation should take 5-10 minutes.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 25. 06. 2011 ::
:: Social Factors that Influence Self-Injury and Suicide ::
  Shandelle D. Hether, Nicole Davis, M. Paz Galupo
Towson University, University of Maryland Baltimore
  We are graduate students in psychology and social work that are currently recruiting participants for our study. To participate you must be 18 years or older and have a history of self-injury or suicidal behaviors. The purpose of this study is to understand how social factors interact to influence self injury and suicidal behaviors.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 29. 07. 2011 ::
:: Effects of Subliminal Stimuli on Message Evaluation ::
  Franz Buker
Adelphi University
  People can be affected by stimulation that they are unaware of, which are called subliminal stimuli. This study is designed to look at how specific subliminal stimuli may affect the evaluation of essays written by college students.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 06. 2011 ::
:: How do you decide on your new flat? ::
  Matthias Blümke & Katharina Groth
University of Heidelberg
  Multinational online-study on decision-making: Which flat would you choose and why? What is going on in your mind while you are deciding? Several psychological constructs are tested to better understand the decision-making processes. The study takes only 10-15 minutes.
You can win an Amazon voucher worth 20 Euros (30 USD).
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 27. 04. 2011 ::
:: Citizen reactions to local community development projects ::
  Mark M. Fredrickson, Jake Bowers
University of Illinois
  A brief study on how citizens engage with, evaluate, and react to local development projects run by non-profit organizations. Expected time is about 10 minutes.
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 17. 01. 2012 ::
:: Food Choice Experiment ::
  Allison Yan, Thomas Shultz (supervisor)
McGill University, Montreal, Canada
  The Laboratory for Natural and Simulated Cognition at McGill University invites volunteers for an online food selection study. Participants will see sets of food with nutritional labels and select the product they prefer the best, then fill out a survey on basic personal information (ex. age, sex, weight/height) after the food choice task. Compensation: Nutrition and health related information. This experiment should take approx. 10-15 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 02. 10. 2012 ::
:: Investigating levels of shame and self-compassion in adults of different weights. ::
  Allison Ritchie
University of Essex, UK
  The online questionnaires will ask you about your thoughts and feelings about yourself, your eating, and how you treat yourself when faced with adversity. You will be asked to provide some personal information, like height, weight, age, race, education, and sex. As this is an anonymous survey you will not be asked to provide details like name, surname, or physical address. Answering the questionnaires will take up some of your time, about 15 minutes to complete.
I am looking for 297 adult participants to complete this survey.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 21. 07. 2011 ::
:: Blind Date: first impressions and attraction ::
  Vanessa Onwuemezi
University of Oxford
  This study is looking into the more immediate effects of visual first impressions on mate choice in different contexts. The study does this by presenting participants with an online dating scenario, as online dating is increasingly becoming a method by which people look for partners.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 14. 10. 2010 ::
:: Memories of your childhood ::
  Hartmut Blank and James Ost
University of Portsmouth
  You will be asked to provide details of your memory for four different positive or negative childhood events that you may have experienced (e.g., attending a wedding), along with some general ratings (e.g., how pleasant the event was, or how well you can remember them). This study should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 09. 11. 2009 ::
:: Perceptions of a Sexual Assault ::
  Colleen Keelan
Saint Vincent College
  This study takes 10-15 minutes to complete and you must be at least 18 years old. You will read a short fictional vignette and answer a few follow-up questions.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 22. 07. 2008 ::
:: How much do you know? ::
  Joshua K. Hartshorne
Department of Psychology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of Americaone hou
  A quick 1-2 minute experiment assessing people's general knowledge about the world. Participants will answer a few simple questions and be asked to do a simple task.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 02. 11. 2012 ::
:: Views of Satisfaction with Self ::
  Jaimee DiMarco
Gallaudet University
  Survey study by a pre-doctoral student in Clinical Psychology. This is research on satisfaction, it is hoped that this study can be used to help provide more information about views on satisfaction with self. This information will help further understand and assist women.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 07. 2011 ::
:: Daily behaviors and political attitudes ::
  Katherine Lacasse
Clark University
  I would like to invite you to take part in an experiment concerning your daily behaviors, political beliefs, and questions about potential U.S. domestic policies. It will take roughly 20-25 minutes to complete this survey. Please only take part in this survey if you are 18 years of age or older, and are a U.S. citizen.
U.S. citizens only, approx. 20 minutes to complete
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 12. 2008 ::
:: Old Talk ::
  Ashley Stripling, Halleli Stav, Martin Heesacker
University of Florida in Gainesville, USAonline payd
  Counseling psychology researchers are seeking individuals who have recently made remarks regarding their age to complete an anonymous web-based survey, which will ask your opinion about your comment. If you choose to participate in this study, you will be asked to complete an online survey about your experience of aging and to provide demographic information describing you. The study should take approximately 20 minutes. Your answers will be kept completely anonymous. There are no known risks and you can withdraw at any time without penalty. You will not be asked to provide your name on the inventory. Your email address will not be linked to your responses. As an incentive, one-dollar will be donated to the Red Cross for every ten individuals to complete a survey. We thank you in advance for participating. IRB Approval: The University of Florida; Institution Review Board Protocol Number: 2008-U-0951; Period of Approval: 10/27/2008 to 10/25/2009"
   
archived   Neuropsychology :: in English :: 20. 11. 2009 ::
:: Perception and Emotion in Visual Art ::
  Bess Connors
Wellesley College
  Participants observe artworks and self report on emotional reactions.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 02. 12. 2010 ::
:: Mediators of between- and within-sex differences in romantic jealousy ::
  Nicky Fussell and Angela Rowe
University of Bristol
  This questionnaire takes around 30-40 minutes to complete and asks questions in relation to your emotions and beliefs towards romantic relationships together with personality traits and sexual attitudes. The study has been approved by the University of Bristol Faculty of Science Human Research Ethics Committee, Approval Code no. 211010471, fax no. +44 117 928 8588.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 13. 04. 2011 ::
:: Making Judgments ::
  Natalie Gold, Andrew Colman, Briony Pulford
University of Leicester, University of Edinburghonli
  This experiment should take about 5 minutes to complete. It asks you to read through a short scenario and indicate what you think is the right way for the person in the scenario to act and your perceptions of those actions. Finally we will ask you a few questions about yourself (age, gender etc.).
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 16. 04. 2011 ::
:: Moral Perception Study ::
  Tor Tarantola
London School of Economics
  A study on moral judgment involving a short questionnaire. Expected to take about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 17. 07. 2012 ::
:: Subjective Awareness of Memory ::
  Helen Williams
University of Richmond
  This research stems from our interest in people’s awareness of their own memory abilities, and people’s justifications about how accurately they remember something. You will be shown justification statements that previous participants made when they thought they recognised a word as being one they had encountered earlier in an experiment and your task is to decide which category their justification falls into from: Remember, Know, Familiar, Guess.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 17. 10. 2009 ::
:: Animated Icons Human Factors Evaluation ::
  Kenneth Treharne and David Powers
Flinders University
  The sdGraph experiment is investigating efficient data visualisation techniques for search engine result visualisation. This research will contribute to the design of effective and efficient data visualisations that allow fast and accurate extraction of information.
The experiments running from this website require the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and Javascript to run properly.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 13. 06. 2010 ::
:: Event Judgments ::
  Aaron Scherer, Bradley Thomas, and Paul Windschitl
University of Iowa
  You will make judgments about scenarios you are given. You will also fill out a number of questions relating to yourself. Your involvement will last for less than 20 minutes.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 18. 02. 2012 ::
:: Past Experiences and Personality Survey ::
  Craig A. Smith
Vanderbilt University
  This is an anonymous survey that should take 75 minutes or less to complete. In this survey you will be asked to describe a past experience that you originally found to be stressful, to provide in-depth ratings of this experience and of your reactions to it, and then to complete several personality measures.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 07. 2010 ::
:: Attitudes to drug dependence ::
  Tanzi Collinge, Lynne Roberts, Steve Allsop
Curtin University
  You will read a short scenario, and be asked about your attitude towards the person described, followed by a few questions about yourself. The survey takes only five minutes, and you can choose to enter a draw for one of two US$100 gift vouchers.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 10. 09. 2010 ::
:: Sharing Your Experiences ::
  Erica Hepper and Kenny Brackstone
University of Southampton, UK
  This 20-minute survey explores the experiences that we share with close others. You will be asked to bring to mind someone you are close to, describe an experience you shared with that person, and answer some questions about it.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 20. 11. 2011 ::
:: Emotional Creativity: An Exploratory Study ::
  LaTasha Steven
Northwestern State University
  This is a single-session study in which a number of different kinds of psychological tests and measures are being evaluated and compared with emotional creativity. To do this, we will ask you complete a short demographic questionnaire, the Emotional Creativity Inventory, the Humor Style Questionnaire, and the New General Self-Efficacy Scale. It will also include five exploratory measures: the Scale of Creative Attributes and Behavior, the Selflessness Scale, the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, the Spiritual Well-Being Scale, and the Religious Orientation Scale.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 07. 08. 2011 ::
:: The Demographics of Sexual Desire ::
  Sarah Orton and Michael Warren
The Evergreen State College
  The Demographics of Sexual Desire is a study designed to research the relationship between individuals' demographic information (age, gender, race, economic status) and sexual desire. The survey includes 36 questions asking for demographic information as well as asks participants to rate their interest level in certain sexual activities.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 29. 01. 2012 ::
:: Society’s View of Infectious Conditions ::
  Fuschia Sirois, Laura Mitchell
Bishop's University
  How are people with different infectious conditions viewed by society? Are people with tuberculosis viewed differently than people with the common cold? We need your help answer these important questions to better understand how society views people with different infectious conditions and how these views may impact their quality of care. Participation involves completing an online survey that includes questions about your opinions regarding how society views people with different infectious conditions. For taking the time to participate in this survey you will be given the option to enter a draw for one of two $50 gift cards for an online bookstore.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 13. 05. 2013 ::
:: Affective Responses to Picture Stimuli in Adults with ADHD ::
  Barbara D. Petersen
Pacific University School of Professional Psychology
  Adults with and without ADD/ADHD are needed to participate in an Internet study examining emotional responses to pictures. Participants will view a number of photographs and answer a couple of questions about each one; the experiment takes 20-30 minutes to finish.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 27. 11. 2010 ::
:: FOR MALES ONLY: Responses to Transgressions ::
  Stacey L. MacKinnon
University of Prince Edward Island
  This project aims to explore the impact of gender on people’s evaluations of transgressions and responses to those transgressions. By doing research it is hoped that we can begin to understand which responses to transgressions are more or less acceptable in our society. Participation in this project will take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time and is open to MALES ONLY.
This study is currently open to MALES ONLY.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 24. 11. 2009 ::
:: Gender Roles in Romantic Relationships ::
  Tara Marshall
Brunel University
  This study examines attitudes toward the roles of men and women in romantic relationships. It has been approved by the Brunel University Psychology Research Ethics Committee. It should take about 15-20 minutes to complete. All responses are completely anonymous and confidential. There are no risks involved with participation; in fact, you may actually learn something about yourself or your relationship. You must fulfill the following criteria to be included in this study: 1. You must be at least 18 years old. 2. You must be currently involved in a romantic relationship. This may range from a newly-initiated dating relationship (that, at minimum, has involved at least two dates) to a long-term marriage.
Participants must be involved in a romantic relationship
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 08. 2011 ::
:: Word Association Task ::
  Kevin P. McIntyre, Rebecca Carey
Trinity University
  This investigation examines how quickly people associate words. You will be asked to complete some questions about yourself, perform a word association task, complete an additional questionnaire. Your participation will take between 5 and 10 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 03. 2009 ::
:: Perceptions and College Drinking Behavior ::
  Hannah Franz, Shannon Rauch
Eastern Illinois University
  This study looks at the relationship between perceptions of different situations in life and college drinking behavior.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 23. 01. 2011 ::
:: Perceptions of Courage and Attitudes Toward Seeking Mental Health Treatment ::
  Suzanne E. Roussel
Chestnut Hill College
  A study on perceptions of courage and attitudes toward seeking mental health treatment. Approved by the Chestnut Hill College Institutional Review Board (IRB). To be eligible to participate, you must be: • A self-identified biological male • Between the ages of 18 and 65. The survey itself will take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete. You may choose to discontinue the survey at any time. Afterward, all participants will have the option of entering a raffle to win a $50 Visa gift card.
limited to males between the ages of 18 and 65
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 22. 01. 2013 ::
:: Video Game Play as Nightmare Protection: A Preliminary Inquiry ::
  Jayne Gackenbach
Carson Flockhart
  The purpose is to investigate whether heavy video game play will have a protective function for threat situations in dreams, resulting from heavy stress or trauma experienced while awake. We need participants who are first responders.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 13. 06. 2010 ::
:: Judgments and Predictions ::
  Aaron Scherer and Abigail Evans
University of Iowa
  Participants will see a pair of artwork and then make judgments about the artwork. Participants will also answer questions about themselves.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 15. 10. 2010 ::
:: Personality and computer game use ::
  Emily Collins
Goldsmiths, University of London
  This questionnaire looks at whether personality can predict whether or not people play computer games and if so, how often and what types of games they play. Anyone over the age of 18 can take part even if you don't play computer games and it should take around 25-30 minutes. All participants can be entered into a prize draw to win £100 (or the equivalent).
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 18. 05. 2009 ::
:: What would you say to comfort others? ::
  Hien Nguyen
University of Aberdeen
  This survey is carried out by the Computing Science Department, University of Aberdeen to study how you would react when things don't go according to plan, and what you would say to comfort others when they are in such situations. It will take no more than 10 minutes of your time.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 01. 2009 ::
:: Opinions on Body Modification and the 'Chav' Phenomenon ::
  Olivia McCarthy
University of Portsmouth
  Questionnaire consisting of adjective lists, emotion rating scales and pictures (to test aesthetics) to determine opinions and views of piercings, tattoos and the 'chav' phenomenon. Participants must be either students between 18 and 25 years of age or (any occupation) between 45 and 60 years of age.
3rd Year Student Project
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 20. 11. 2009 ::
:: Time Perspective and Type 1 Diabetes ::
  Barbara Johnson, James Walsh, Kenneth Gannon
University of East London
  5 minute survey asking people with Type 1 diabetes about their views about diabetes and their general approach to life
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 13. 12. 2009 ::
:: Character, lifestyle and health ::
  Marcia Pring
University of Portsmouth, UK
  Participants are asked to read a short text concerning lifestyle and potential health issues, and then to respond to a series of questions about the main character featured in the text. Questions about the participant's own lifestyle are also asked, together with demographic information (gender, age). The study is completed anonymously and takes less than 20 minutes.
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 21. 04. 2013 ::
:: Ethics in Research ::
  Chris Koch
George Fox University
  This study examines ethical behaviors associated with human research.  You will be shown several scenarios which you will have to evaluate. A short personality measure is included as well. The study takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 09. 2012 ::
:: What Would *You* Do? ::
  Erika Koch
St. Francis Xavier University
 
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 19. 08. 2011 ::
:: Emotional responses to audio stimuli ::
  Francis Nevard
University of Oxford
  You will be asked to listen to and provide feedback about 6 one minute audio tracks. This study should take no longer than 10 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 15. 02. 2011 ::
:: Person Perception and Decision Making ::
  Kimberly Fairchild
Manhattan College
  In this study, you will watch a short, randomly selected video of an individual and make decisions and predictions about his/her behavior and emotions. The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete and all responses are strictly anonymous.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 28. 04. 2011 ::
:: Art Study ::
  Jean-Luc Jucker and Justin L. Barrett
Oxford University
  Study on Art Appreciation Judgements. Participants will see a series of works of art and will be asked simple questions about them. Takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Participants will enter in a draw to win an Amazon voucher worth £30/$50.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 27. 05. 2010 ::
:: Familiarity of Information, Cognitive Processes, and Interpersonal Decision Making ::
  Brent Mattingly
Ashland University
  Research participants complete an online study consisting of questionnaires and cognitive tasks.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 03. 2011 ::
:: Factors contributing to aggressive driving. ::
  Eloise Manby
Nottingham Trent University
  This study involves completing a 10-15 minute on-line questionnaire which looks at personality factors, stress and her demographic information as predictors of the 'road rage' phenomenon also known as aggressive driving.