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archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 31. 05. 2009 ::
:: Which presentation style is better? ::
  Ralph Lengler, Andrew vande Moere
University of Sydney
  This pilot study is investigating how to create meaning with visual means. For this purpose you will be shown 2 presentations, one presented using Slideware (e.g. Powerpoint) and then 'Prezi', a new presentation technology which takes up the ideas of the 'zoomable user interface' and the 'infinite canvas'. If you don't understand those two terms, no worries, you will, when you have completed the study! It will take about 30 minutes to complete the experiment. The study is fun & it will probably improve your presentation skills as well!
Flash & Javascript need to be enabled
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 23. 01. 2007 ::
:: Do you trust in these companys? ::
  Franziska Luthiger & Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  Do you know these companys? Do you trust them? Participation will only take about 5-10 minutes.
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 22. 01. 2016 ::
:: Important decisions ::
  Baiba Renerte, Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Konstanz
  The study consists of five parts and will take about 10 minutes. You will be asked to provide your thoughts and opinions and make financial decisions. One of your financial decisions will be played out and also paid to you together with the lottery prize. The lottery will be played out after the end of this study (in the spring of 2016). All information provided by you will be treated as confidential and will only be used for scientific purposes.
Win 1 of 3 prizes of EUR 120 in a lottery! Participate in a Web-based study for academic purposes
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 27. 04. 2009 ::
:: Which medication would you support? Win up to $100! ::
  Denise Frauendorfer, Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  In favour of my master's thesis in the Department of Psychology at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, I created a Web experiment which focuses on health care policy. I would be very grateful, if you could please participate. It takes 10 min or less. With your complete participation you will be included in a raffle of three prizes to win: $100, $50 or $30 (or the equivalent in local currency). The prize level will depend on the draw ranking and is not influenced by your performance.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 29. 06. 2004 ::
:: Do You Recognize the Company? ::
  Dominik Orth & Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich, Department of Social and Business Psychologya
  Indicate whether you know stock companies and how much you trust them. Everybody can participate (knowledge about stocks is not required).
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 01. 2003 ::
:: How do we perceive social interactions? ::
  Marianne Schmid Mast & Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  Schematic drawings featuring two people interacting will be presented to you. For each drawing, you will be asked to pick from 4 answer alternatives the one you think best describes the drawing. You will be presented 10 such drawings. You will also be asked to give your opinion about a few statements. The study only takes about 10 minutes to complete. At the end of the study you will be given the opportunity to qualify for winning one of three prizes in a lottery (50$, 30$, or 20$).
Quick and fun!
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 28. 10. 2006 ::
:: PERSONALITY AND SEXUAL ATTITUDES STUDY ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  The purpose of this study is to learn more about the relationship between personality traits and attitudes toward sexual relationships. This study involves completing an anonymous survey about your personality traits and your attitudes toward sexual relationships. Completing the survey should take around 30 to 40 minutes. You will be given a login and password, so you may interrupt answering the survey at any time and come back later to finish the survey.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 29. 10. 2010 ::
:: Help Science, Describe Your Personality ::
  iScience group
Universidad de Deusto
  Help scientists in the development of a new personality test!
very cool
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 17. 12. 2003 ::
:: About learning ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips* & Michael Waldmann**
*University of Zürich, **University of Göttingenonli
  Learn about ficticious blood substances and diseases in animals. Duration: 20-30 minutes.
Cool!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 08. 2005 ::
:: Rank probability terms ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zürich
  Drag and drop probability terms to reflect the order that seems most appropriate to you.
Takes 5 minutes only!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 24. 03. 2003 ::
:: Personal orientations in the social context ::
  Igou, Berenzweig & See
University of Mannheim
 
JavaScript is required.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 02. 10. 2007 ::
:: Scientific Personality Test ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zürich
  Learn more about yourself when taking this test. You will receive feedback on all five basic personality dimensions.
PROVIDES FEEDBACK ON YOUR PERSONALITY TYPE!
   
archived   Neuropsychology :: in English :: 15. 07. 2014 ::
:: Number Comparison ::
  Mojtaba Soltanlou, Stefan Huber, Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Hans-Christoph Nuerk
Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology, Universities of Tübingen and Konstanz
  In this experiment stimuli consist of 2 two-digit Arabic numbers, which appear diagonally on the center of a white browser window. The pairs vary only in their numerical values but have constant physical black Arial font. The task will start with an instruction, which asks participants to indicate which number is larger, by pressing the up arrow-key with the middle finger and the down arrow-key with the index finger of the dominant hand. The experiment is preceded by a training session, which allows subjects to complete 12 trials to familiarize themselves with the comparison required and the timing of the task. The experiment consists of 360 trials in 2 parts with a self-paced break. Participants are asked to respond as quickly as possible but to take care to avoid errors. Each trial is ended with the participant’s response. The whole experiment will take about 20 minutes, but may be shorter or longer based on reaction times.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 09. 05. 2006 ::
:: Prediction of Divorce for Just Married Couples ::
  Mike Mangan & Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of New Hampshire; University of Zurichonl
  Factors in the prediction of divorce in just-married couples will be examined.
Takes 2-3 minutes only
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 04. 06. 2012 ::
:: Which medication would you choose? ::
  Denise Frauendorfer (1), Ulf-Dietrich Reips (2)
(1) Universitiy of Neuchatel, Switzerland, (2) Universidad de Deusto, Spain
  In this study you will be in a certain position and you will have to decide which medication should be released on the market.
The experiment can also be conducted in German / Man kann auch auf Deutsch teilnehmen
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 16. 10. 1999 ::
:: Experience the world of magic! ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  One of my most enjoyable Web experiments. Participation takes only two minutes (unless you want it to take longer), and it truly shows the mysterious powers of the Internet. Have fun!
So surprising!
   
archived   Methodology :: in English :: 28. 02. 2006 ::
:: Psychological survey of your personal orientation ::
  F. Funke & U.-D. Reips
University of Zurich, Switzerland
  If you have a few minutes, please take part in this survey and rate some items about general openness and personality. Feel free to email if you have further questions.
Hot pick!
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 14. 04. 2008 ::
:: Numbers ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zürich
  A 2 minute study. Watch numbers, then give an estimate in a task.
really quick: 2 minutes only!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 21. 05. 2011 ::
:: Guestimation ::
  Christopher R. Wolfe
Miami University
  Read brief descriptions and estimate the probability of some events. There are 25 questions and it should take most people less than 10 minutes. The purpose of this study is to understand how people make probability estimates.
Estimates range between 0 and 100 percent.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 24. 05. 2011 ::
:: Guestimation 2 ::
  Christopher R. Wolfe
Miami University
  Read brief problem descriptions and estimate the probability of some events. Some people will be asked whether some statements are logical. This takes most people less than 20 minutes.
Takes most people less than 20 minutes total.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 02. 2003 ::
:: Estimates and Attitudes ::
  Eric Igou, Michael Schober, Michael See & Patrick Ehlen
New School University (New York)
  Takes about 7 minutes to complete.
Internet Explorer 5 or higher required!
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 03. 06. 2003 ::
:: Instant Messaging - Interviews ::
  Stefan Stieger
University of Vienna
  Answer questions about participating in interviews which are conducted via Instant Messaging programs ('bots'). Duration: ca. 10 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 07. 2004 ::
:: Test your general knowledge ::
  Nicole Béky and Nathalie Bolliger
Psychologisches Institut, Universität Zürich
  It's a cool an interesting experiment which you surely will enjoy! It only takes you about ten minutes to answer the 20 questions where you have to give a guess. Some questions will provide you the answer and we bet that you'll be surprised about the answers given! It's not about how good you are and how much you know- it's like a quiz game that's exciting and in the end you're anyway a winner! Just try it and surprise your friends with our questions! Enjoy it!
Test yourself!
   
archived   Neuropsychology :: in English :: 18. 11. 2014 ::
:: Parity Judgment ::
  Mojtaba Soltanlou, Stefan Huber, Ulf-Dietrich Reips, Hans-Christoph Nuerk
Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology, University of Tübingen; Psychological Methods, Assessment & iScience, University of Konstanz
  In this experiment stimuli consist of eight unit-digit numbers (1,2,3,4,6,7,8,9). The numbers appear at the center of browser window and participants should indicate whether the presented number is odd (1,3,7,9) or even (2,4,6,8), by pressing left or right arrow key with the left or right index finger. After response, the next number appears automatically. The whole experiment contains two blocks, resulting in 160 trials in total. Each block begins with detailed instruction and short practice. Participants are asked to respond as quickly as possible but to be careful to avoid errors. The experiment will take approximately 15 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 04. 2003 ::
:: Mobile phone questionnaire ::
  Donna Reid
University of Plymouth
  Donna Reid, a postgraduate in the Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth is carrying out research into when and why people use their mobile phones to communicate with each other. We would be very pleased to hear of your own experiences and views on using mobile phones, and have prepared a questionnaire that you may be interested to complete. Even if you do not have a mobile, you may have views on their use, and we would like to hear these too.
You do not need to own a mobile to participate!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 29. 10. 2006 ::
:: Sex and crime ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips*, Mike Mangan**
*Universität Zürich, Switzerland **University of New Hampshire, USA
  A very brief study that may help in better understanding the link between certain sexual and some potentially criminal behaviors.
takes 2-3 minutes only
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 17. 01. 2003 ::
:: Learn about diseases ::
  Julia Wacker & Ulf-Dietrich Reips
Universities of Zürich and Tübingen
  Help science by taking part. Duration: about 30 minutes.
By taking part you will help with a Master's thesis!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 26. 08. 2003 ::
:: The cup ::
  Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  Simply answer one choice question.
This study takes 2 minutes only!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 24. 05. 2004 ::
:: The Island of Knights and Knaves ::
  Shira Elqayam, Simon Handley, Jonathan Evans
University of Plymouth, UK
  Reasoning puzzles about probabilty of truth
20-40 minutes
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 02. 07. 2004 ::
:: What's the cause? ::
  York Hagmayer
Universität Göttingen
  Get into nuclear physics and find out how different molecules influence each other. Duration: 15 minutes
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 12. 07. 2005 ::
:: Perception of Health Risk Information ::
  Dan Mason
University of Cambridge
  Short interactive experiment looking at different ways of presenting health risk information.
Pilot study. Takes 10 minutes
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 20. 06. 2003 ::
:: Discovering Rules ::
  Martina Johnson, Mike Jewell, Stevan Harnad
University of Southampton, UK
  You will be presented with a series of nonsense strings of 8 syllables, which are either ruleful or unruleful. Your task is to learn to recognise whether the strings are ruleful or not.
Takes 20-30 minutes to complete
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 19. 02. 2008 ::
:: Sport and nutrition ::
  Denise Frauendorfer, Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zurich
  Some questions about sport and nutrition.
Sport and nutrition
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 05. 06. 2003 ::
:: Personality and Symptomatology on the Web ::
  Jonathan Oakman, Lena Quilty, Evan Risko
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canadaonl
  Comparison of various surveys on personality and symptomatology across Web and paper and pencil administration. We have three conditions in our experiment: Web (unrestricted), Web (restricted: random student sample), and paper and pencil (restricted: random student sample). To date our research has suggested no differences between modes of adminstration when a randomly selected student sample is used. We hope to extend these results to a unrestricted Web sample in order to draw comparisons with previous research.
Takes about 25 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 18. 11. 2003 ::
:: Personality variables and interpersonal attitudes ::
  John Schloendorn
University of Tuebingen
  Originative experiment on certain personality variables and interpersonal assessments. You might learn a few rather amazing facts about yourself, others and the world. No special requirements.
   
archived   other :: in English :: 10. 06. 2004 ::
:: College Faculty Internet Use Survey ::
  steve jones
university of illinois at chicago
  This research project will explore various aspects of Internet use by college instructors.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 27. 04. 2004 ::
:: Relationships between Men and Women and Sexual Violence ::
  Manuela Thomä
University of Kent at Canterbury, UK
  This survey investigates the opinions of men about relationships between men and woman and sexual violence in contemporary society. Participation takes about 10 to 15 minutes. Deadline for this survey is Friday May 14th 2004.
Male Participants only!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 13. 12. 2014 ::
:: A different take on the half-full/half-empty cup ::
  Jean Patrick Philippe Scheib
Universität Konstanz
  The short experiment takes a different look at the glas half-full/half-empty question. The questionnaire will take 5 minutes at the most (average completion time: less than 2 minutes). Your data will be treated anonymously and will only be used for scientific purposes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 10. 02. 2005 ::
:: Study of images and perception ::
  Michael A. Cohn
University of Michigan
  You will view a variety of images and comment on them, and on other things you're thinking about.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 25. 04. 2005 ::
:: A Survey of Trust in America ::
  Howard Gardner
Harvard Graduate School of Education
  Hello and thank you for your interest in this study! This form describes a survey of trust in America today. We are interested in learning which well-known people and occupational groups you trust, as well as who you trust in your personal life and on important and complex issues. This survey is being carried out by Professor Howard Gardner at Harvard University and funded by the Center for Public Leadership at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. The study consists of 10 questions: 5 multiple choice and 5 short fill-ins, plus a set of multiple choice questions about yourself. It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. In appreciation of your participation, each participant will be entered into a prize drawing with the chance to win a first prize of $200, a second prize of $150, or a third prize of $100. So that the study is accurate, we ask that you only participate once; multiple responses will not be counted. However, you can gain an extra entry for each person you recommend that completes the study- with a maximum of 5 additional entries. We appreciate your understanding. Please know that your participation in this study is completely voluntary and that you are free to withdraw at any time. Should you choose to participate, your answers will be used for research purposes only and your email address will not be sold to any third party. The survey will be accessible at www.whodoyoutrust.org through June, and the results will be available for viewing in the fall. Prize winners will be notified by email in June.
Takes 15 minutes to complete - you could win $200
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 07. 07. 2010 ::
:: Internet Personality ::
  Stefan Stieger, Christoph Burger, Manuel Bohn
University of Vienna
  This short online study (5 minutes) is about your Internet personality. You are asked about privacy issues, personality and your Internet use with very brief scales.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 23. 01. 2003 ::
:: Perception of Health Risk ::
  Dan Mason
University of Cambridge
  Examines people's perceptions of their risks of developing certain health problems such as heart disease.
Takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 15. 06. 2003 ::
:: What do you like? ::
  Ola Thorn
Lund Universitye>
  In this experiment we are interested in which one of two pictures you prefer. Allow your intitial, spontaneous, reaction to determine your preferences. Answer by clicking on the button underneath each picture. Thanks & Good Luck!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 12. 11. 2004 ::
:: Perception of Health Risks III ::
  Dan Mason
University of Cambridge
  This experiment looks at how people respond to certain hypothetical risks to their health.
5 mins
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 08. 02. 2005 ::
:: Working at computer monitors ::
  Ivan Sterzinger & Sissel Guttormsen-Schär
IHA, Institut für Hygiene und Arbeitsphysiologie, ETH Zürichansonli
  Since working at a computer monitor has become part of almost everybody's work life, improving the ergonomic work factors must have high priority. The experiment will test your ability to recognise and to assign shapes in a playful manner: Test yourself working as a caretaker and find out, how many keys you can distinguish by colour. Test your memory and your visual perception. The experiment will take about 10-15 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 02. 2011 ::
:: Friendships and the Internet ::
  Tamsin Marriott and Tom Buchanan
University of Westminster
  Do you have internet friends? Nowadays people often have friends who they’ve met online, and communicate with online, but may never have met in person. This study aims to find out how well your online friends know you, compared with your offline friends. You’ll be asked to complete a short personality test, on which you’ll receive some instant feedback, and then invite both an online and an offline friend to answer some questions about you.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 21. 07. 2005 ::
:: Decision making survey! ::
  Steven Sloman and Evan Freedman
Brown University
  This experiment is a 3 question survey that takes no time at all and is looking at how people make decisions!
The first fourty participants have a chance to win a small prize of $40
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 07. 05. 2003 ::
:: Daily News Memory Test Galton-Crovitz test ::
  Steve Janssen
Department of Psychology, University of Amsterdamonl
  The Daily News Memory Test measures the memory for public news events of the last year, while the Galton-Crovitz test measures the distribution of autobiographical memory.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 14. 11. 2005 ::
:: Judgment Experiment ::
  Mirta Galesic and Walky Rivadeneira
University of Maryland
  Test your judgment and learn more about the way people think, perceive, and decide.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 26. 07. 2014 ::
:: Coping Styles and Overall Health Questionnaire ::
  Nora Kline
Vanderbilt University
  The purpose of this study is to examine how individuals’ different traits affect coping strategies and overall health and well-being. As a participant, you will be asked to fill out a questionnaire indicating demographic information (e.g. age, gender, etc.) as well as questions about your personality and health behaviors. The survey is completely anonymous. Your name or other identifying information will not be collected at any time. To participate in the study, you must be 18 years or older. Participation is completely voluntary. You may exit the questionnaire at any time.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 07. 07. 2009 ::
:: Validation of the CES ::
  Dara G Friedman-Wheeler
Goucher Collegee>
  This study is designed to validate a new coping measure. Participants will complete several questionnaires on coping, mood, and personality. The study works best in Internet Explorer and takes about 20 minutes to complete. At the end, you will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to Amazon.com.
Participants will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for a gift certificate to Amazon.com (worth $25).
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 06. 09. 2010 ::
:: Judging the Risk for Combined Hazards ::
  Ian Dawson, Johnnie Johnson, and Michelle Luke
University of Southampton
  This study involves the completion of a questionnaire. Participants will make judgments about hazards and provide some basic background information. Involvement will last approximately 10 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 02. 11. 2006 ::
:: Attitudes Towards Organizations ::
  Claire Hart
University of Southampton
  This is a web-based scenario study in an organizational setting. The study takes 10 minutes to complete.
The study takes 10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 05. 11. 2012 ::
:: Thinking About Your Satisfaction with Life ::
  Charlie Lea
Royal Holloway, University of London online payday l
  The purpose of this study is to investigate how people think about life satisfaction. Participants will be asked to complete some on-line questionnaires exploring their thoughts and feelings. One section requires participants to describe the information that comes to mind as they consider certain statements. Taking part in this survey should take approximately 15 minutes.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 03. 2016 ::
:: The Relationship between Childhood Events and Adult Problem Solving Skills ::
  Michael Dimambro
University of Worcester
  This study is concerned with the how an individual’s childhood affects their ability to problem solve as adults. Previous studies have found a link between an unstable childhood and a reduced performance in problem solving, however, a more recent study (Mittal et al., 2015) has found a link that suggests that an unstable childhood, although reducing performance on most aspects of problem solving skills can actually make the person improve on a specific type of problem solving– i.e cognitive shifting, which is the ability to switch between different mental tasks. This result was only found when these individuals were in unstable environments. Therefore, this study is exploring whether a link exists between an unstable childhood and various aspects of problem solving skills.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 25. 10. 2007 ::
:: Sexuality Questionnaire: An online survey ::
  Lorraine Benuto
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  Would you like to help us validate a survey on sexuality? If you are over the age of 29 you may participate in this research study. It will take you approximately 45 minutes to complete the survey and by doing so you will help us obtain a better understanding about sexual experiences and attitudes of men and women. Please click on the link located below (or enter it into your browser) if you wish to participate.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 05. 11. 2007 ::
:: Childhood social support history and romantic attachment style among adult survivors of child abuse ::
  Christina Ahumada
California School of Professional Psychology online
  Adults who experienced negative treatment or abuse as a child wanted to participate in a study on childhood experiences and current feelings If you are 18 years of age or older and experienced negative treatment or abuse in your childhood, you qualify to participate in this study. Participants will be asked to complete an anonymous online questionnaire that will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. Participation Criteria * Must be 18 years of age or older * Experienced negative treatment or abuse in childhood * Live in the United States
Local study: For US residents only. Make sure you write down the contact information provided at beginning of study
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 05. 11. 2007 ::
:: Heroin, stress, and coping ::
  Sarah Bowles, Thomas Kruggel (faculty advisor)
Towson University
  I am conducting a study to examine the current and previous experience of stressful life events in the lives of current heroin/opiate users, and to examine the coping techniques they use to handle such stressful life events.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 12. 07. 2007 ::
:: Relationship Views 3 ::
  Michelle Luke, Katherine Carnelley & Constantine Sedikides
University of Southampton
  The study involves completing a variety of questionnaires about yourself and your relationships with others.
The study has been approved by the University of Southampton's Internal Review Board
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 14. 07. 2007 ::
:: Trauma-Related Guilt and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder ::
  C. Nina Schneider and Joanne Davis
University of Tulsa
  The purpose of the proposed study is to examine guilt associated with traumatic events. During the assessment process, you will be asked to complete several measures by providing information about yourself, including some questions pertaining to traumatic events that may have occurred in your life. Questions concerning traumatic events will ask about the age it occurred, how often it occurred, if your life was threatened, and if you have any feelings of guilt associated with that traumatic event. Examples of the types of trauma that may have been experienced include child sexual and physical abuse, adult sexual and physical abuse, natural disasters, serious accident or illness, and murder of a friend or family member.
IRB was approved by the University of Tulsa
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 29. 04. 2010 ::
:: The Attitudes and Perceptions of Research Study ::
  Ron Rogge
University of Rochester
  Researchers at the University of Rochester are recruiting participants for a study about their attitudes and perceptions of research. The study involves completing a brief questionnaire, which should take about 15 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 18. 06. 2008 ::
:: Important Memories Interview ::
  Bethany T. Heywood, Jesse M. Bering
Institute of Cognition and Culture, Queen's University Belfastanson
  The purpose of this study is to see what themes and topics are present in narratives about important memories, and how these topics and themes vary with different demographic characteristics such as age, sex, education, religion, culture, and location.
Participants from the UK only. Each participant gets a £5 voucher to Amazon
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 21. 08. 2008 ::
:: The (Lost) Vocal Object in Opera: The Voice, the Listener and Arousal ::
  Carlo Zuccarini
Brunel University
  This online survey is part of a neuropsychoanalytic research project aimed at obtaining further insight into the way in which vocal music in general, and opera in particular, is processed in the mind and brain.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 12. 01. 2009 ::
:: Sexuality and Autism Spectrum Disorder ::
  Melike Schalomon and Laura Gilmour
Department of Psychology, Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA
  Purpose: We are interested in examining the relationship between sexuality and social behaviours associated with autism. As a participant in this study, you will be asked to complete an online questionnaire. Participation should not take longer than about 30 to 45 minutes. You will be asked a number of demographic questions about your age, gender, ethnic background, and psychiatric history (if any). You will also be asked questions about behaviours that can be used by us to assess whether or not you may be classified as a person with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Then you will be asked about your understanding about sexual terms and you will be asked questions about the types of sexual experiences you have had. Finally, you will be asked about your sexual desires and about your opinions about your own sexuality. Who is invited to participate in this research? We hope to collect data from about 1000 subjects, both those with Autism Spectrum Disorder, their family members, and members of the general population. Participants must have a sufficiently high level of verbal function to understand language comparable to what is used in this research description. Subjects must be legally classified as an adult (i.e. not a minor) and must be legally emancipated (i.e. must not have a legal guardian) to be eligible to participate in this research project.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 11. 05. 2010 ::
:: Personality and Group Preference ::
  Aiden Sisler
University of Manchester
  This study will attempt to investigate how personality impacts upon group preference. The relationship between personality, an individual’s beliefs about groups and other factors will be examined by having participants complete a 5-10 minute anonymous online survey.
Thank-you for your interest!
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 14. 07. 2009 ::
:: Personality and purchasing decisions ::
  Ryan T. Howell
San Francisco State U.
  The present research study is aimed at understanding what factors (e.g., personality, emotions, and attitudes) may influence our preferences for certain consumer goods/services.
   
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 :: 05. 04. 2007 ::
:: Attitudes Relating to Victims, Offenders, and the Law ::
  Wesley Church, Carl Clements, Emily Wakeman, & Sarah Miller
University of Alabama
  You are being asked to participate in a research study that is examining the attitudes of individuals towards sex offenders.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 10. 11. 2006 ::
:: Men, Women, & Sex ::
  Kristine Chapleau
Marquette University
  This study is examining attitudes toward men, women, and sex. To participate, you must be at least 18 years old. It will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete this survey. All responses are anonymous.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 28. 11. 2006 ::
:: Three Scales ::
  Claire Hart
University of Southampton, UK
  This study involves filling in three short scales all about you. Takes 5-10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 22. 12. 2006 ::
:: Aspirations and Emotions ::
  Elena Stephan
University of Southampton
  In this study we explore the relationships among emotions, motivation, and behavior. Participants will be presented with four short series of questions that asses the themes of interest. The survey requires 5 to 10 minutes for its completion.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 13. 11. 2007 ::
:: Important Memories Study ::
  Bethany T. Heywood, Jesse M. Bering
Institute of Cognition and Culture, Queen's University Belfastanson
  The purpose of this study is to collect information on the different topics and common themes present in narratives about important memories, and also how these topics and themes vary with different demographic characteristics such as age, sex, education, religion, culture, and location, as well as other factors. This study should take about 30-40 minutes to complete.
Participants will be eligible to win one of five $50 gift certificates to Amazon.com
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 20. 11. 2007 ::
:: Education, career choices, and life experiences ::
  Yen-Chi Le
University of Hawaii
  A study is being conducted by a graduate student in the Department of Psychology at the University of Hawai'i to examine life experiences and the relationship of these events to people's thoughts about education, career choice and life choices. Your participation is invaluable and will contribute to a better understanding of the relationship between education, career choices and life experiences. Participation in this study is voluntary and completely anonymous. The questionnaire will take about 15-25 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 30. 11. 2007 ::
:: The Relationship Between Mindfulness, Spirituality, and Well-being ::
  Stacy Louk
Loyola College in Maryland, USA
  You are invited to participate in a study that looks at how one's spirituality and religiousness relate to mindfulness and well-being. This study is anonymous and for each completed 15-20 minute survey a $1 donation to charity will made by the researcher.
For ages 18 and up, both men and women
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 02. 12. 2007 ::
:: Personality, self-esteem and internet behaviour ::
  Karen Gordon
University of Paisley
  Studying whether a person's personality type and self-esteem levels have an effect on the way that they use the internet and the internet sites that they visit most often.
Will take approx 5-10 minutes to complete
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 09. 10. 2007 ::
:: News Sharing Behavior with E-mail ::
  Young Ae Hahn
Illinois Institute of Technology
  Have you ever sent or received news articles with e-mails since 2006? If you have received more than 10 news articles e-mailed, please participate in this short (about 5 minutes to finish) survey.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 15. 10. 2007 ::
:: Measuring Personality in the Work Environment ::
  Randolph Socin
Florida Institute of Technology
  This is a research project involving personality and how it functions in an employment setting. The ultimate goal of this research is to refine present personality constructs, and to develop a valid measure that can predict work performance typically found in present organizations.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 07. 09. 2007 ::
:: Sexuality Questionnaire: An online survey ::
  Lorraine Benuto
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  Would you like to help us validate a survey on sexuality? If you are over the age of 29 you may participate in this research study. It will take you approximately 45 minutes to complete the survey and by doing so you will help us obtain a better understanding about sexual experiences and attitudes of men and women. Please click on the link located below (or enter it into your browser) if you wish to participate.
It's Fun and Easy!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 09. 2007 ::
:: Online deception on the Internet (Falschangaben im Internet) ::
  Stefan Stieger
Medical University of Vienna
  This is an online study about online deception on personal data like age, sex, and appearance.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 31. 05. 2008 ::
:: Attitudes about Babies ::
  Gary Brase & Jeremy Litrell
Kansas State University
  How and why people vary in attitudes toward children and decisions about having children.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 06. 2008 ::
:: Self and Relational Views ::
  Michelle Luke, Maria Day, and Lusia Stopa
University of Southampton
  This study involves completing a variety of questionnaires about yourself and relationships with other people.
The latest Java Runtime Environment needed
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 12. 04. 2005 ::
:: Intimate Relationship Graduation Study ::
  Danielle Menzies-Toman
McGill University
  Get entered in a raffle to win 1 of 5 $100 Amazon.com gift certificates for completing two 15 to 20 minute web surveys. The study is open to any heterosexual individual currently involved in a romantic relationship in which at least one member of the couple is graduating from University this spring. You'll complete the web survey and then be contacted to complete a follow-up in a few months. In addition to the monetary compensation, if you would like, you will benefit from being e-mailed the results of this survey after the follow-up.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 11. 04. 2006 ::
:: Childhood Experiences and Adult Lives ::
  Wendy Croft
University of East Anglia, UK
  The study is looking at the link between the way we experience our childhood and the impact it can have on our current adult lives. The aim of the research is to capture a wide range of different childhood experiences both happy and problematic and is intended for participants aged 25 years or over. It will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and is totally anonymous and confidential.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 21. 07. 2006 ::
:: Miscommunication of verbal probabilities ::
  Stefanie Wöhrle
Universität Tübingen
  Our study is about the risk of miscommunication. Miscommunication appears because people use different verbal probability phrases and interpret them in different ways. Your participation helps to explore ways to reduce the prevalence and magnitude of such communication errors.
participaion takes only 10 minutes
   
archived   other :: in English :: 10. 11. 2004 ::
:: Environmental Attitudes Web Study ::
  Taciano L. Milfont and John Duckitt
Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil and University of Auckland, New Zealand
  The study has the objective of investigating the structure of environmental attitudes.
Environmental Attitudes Web Study
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 14. 12. 2015 ::
:: Where’s My Mind? A Mobile App Study for Android Phone Users ::
  Jessica R. Andrews-Hanna & Joanna J. Arch
University of Colorado, Boulder
  Do you ever wonder what you’re thinking about? Do you ever find yourself lost in thought? Do your thoughts make you feel inspired? Anxious? Happy? Do you wish you could gain a better sense of your thoughts and see how they compare to others’? Welcome to Where’s My Mind?, an app that helps you answer these questions by allowing you to track your thoughts at random moments throughout the day. By using this app, you will also help make possible the development of a large international database of internal thinking. This database will help foster important future scientific research. How does this app work? This app is divided into 4 parts. Each part is described below. • Part 1 will ask some basic questions about you (such as the country you live in), and when you wake up and go to bed (which tells the app when to track your thoughts). This part will take about 3 minutes. • Part 2 will ask you questions about your beliefs, feelings, and goals. This part will take about 3-5 minutes. • Part 3 will help you track your thoughts over multiple days. The app will send a notification to your device at 4 random times each day during waking hours, helping you to record the nature of your thoughts and activities immediately prior to receiving the notification. Responding to a notification takes only 1-2 minutes. • Part 4. After responding to 40 notifications, you will have the opportunity to view your thought report and compare your thoughts to those of other users. You can choose to see graphs displaying what kinds of things you typically think about, whether you find your thoughts to be helpful or unhelpful, how often your thoughts are focused on-task versus off-task, and more! Your graphs will be updated as you continue to use the app and as the database grows.
for Android users only! Download of app required!
   
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 :: 20. 06. 2012 ::
:: Gender Differences ::
  Louis Zorn
University of Colorado at Boulder
  You answered a number of questions largely focusing on the traditionalism of gender roles under emotional distress. We are interested in determining if being in a state of emotional distress induces beliefs about traditional gender roles.
takes less than 15 minutes to complete
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 25. 07. 2011 ::
:: Exploration of the routes stress levels, self-compassion, self-forgiveness and rumination affect Hb1ac levels in ::
  Chloe Louise Redshaw
University of Hertfordshire
  Seeking people with diabetes to complete a short online survey related to your diabetes management and your general thoughts, feelings and attitudes on a day to day basis, as well as some demographic information.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 28. 02. 2013 ::
:: Tracking Morality ::
  Wilhelm Hofmann, Taylor Curran
University of Chicago
  This project asks people how they experience the moral behaviors of people around them in their daily lives.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 11. 12. 2013 ::
:: Love, Life and Memories For those who have been in a relationship for 6 months or longer ::
  Alex Blake; Tiffany Osumah
University of Surrey
  You are invited to participate in an exciting and interesting research study looking at the importance of people’s thoughts and feelings about the past in their current relationships with family, friends, romantic partners etc. Please note, in order to participate you must be in a current romantic relationship which has a duration of 6 months or more. You will be asked to think about past events in your life and to then describe your feelings associated with this event. You will also asked be asked to complete questionnaires about your current relationships. This study should only take about 15-20 minutes; your participation will be much appreciated.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 02. 2014 ::
:: Memories and creativity ::
  Katy Gillick, Erica Hepper and Paul Sowden
University of Surrey
  We are investigating whether people's memories are linked to creativity. Participants will be asked to recall a memory and write about it. They will then be given two questions, and asked to give as many creative answers as possible and to evaluate those creative answers. Lastly, participants will complete a puzzle task and a short personality questionnaire. This study will be open to participants aged 18 or over and should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete. All responses will be kept anonymous.
Participants will need to just follow the link below, which will take them directly to the start of the study
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 18. 10. 2004 ::
:: Sleep and stressful events survey ::
  Julie Pike
Dartmouth Medical School, USA
  If you are at least 18 years old, please visit the link to fill out a survey for a study of sleep and stressful events. Your responses to this survey will help researchers at Dartmouth Medical School to understand factors affecting insomnia and may lead to better treatment for sleep problems. The survey is ANONYMOUS and will only take a few minutes of your time. Thank you!
   
archived   other :: in English :: 12. 06. 2004 ::
:: Anonymity and Identity Management through Email Usernames ::
  Kris M. Markman & Craig R. Scott
The University of Texas at Austin
  The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding into how people personalize their email addresses, manage multiple email addresses/accounts, and experience anonymity when using these addresses. All English speaking email users worldwide, age 18 and over, are invited to participate. This survey takes approximately 10 to 30 minutes to complete, depending on the number of email addresses you have (up to 3). All answers are kept confidential.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 03. 11. 2003 ::
:: Attitudes of Athletes and Non-Athletes ::
  Debra Campbell
California State University, Fullerton
  The purpose of this survey is to compare the usefulness of two different measures of perfectionism, one which has been used with athletes (Frost-MPS) and one which has not been used with athletes (Hewett & Flett-MPS) but is considered the gold standard. Additionally, achievement motivation will be measured and used in conjunction with the perfectionism measures to examine adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism. Potential differences between athletes and non-athletes will also be examined.
I am a second year clinical psychology M.S. student completing my thesis which is required for graduation.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Psycholinguistic Norming Study ::
  Jeff Elman
University of California, San Diego
 
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 21. 02. 2006 ::
:: Understanding the experience of Social Anxiety ::
  James S. Williams
Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australiaan
  The purpose of this study is to undertake a detailed examination of social anxiety with specific emphasis on the relationship of various personality factors to social anxiety. The study seeks responses from those who suffer from social anxiety as well as those who do not. The aim is to better understand the factors that contribute to the differences between people in the experience of social anxiety. The study's findings are expected to have implications for improving the ways in which we can help people to overcome their anxiety.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 08. 02. 2005 ::
:: Personality and Social Relations Survey ::
  Geraldine Downey
Columbia University
  This study involves an anonymous internet survey about personality and patterns of relating to other people in adulthood (18 and older). We will be asking about your personality traits, moods, feelings, and interactions with other people.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 04. 11. 2005 ::
:: Sexual Harrasment In The Workplace Survey ::
  Gustavo Segura
California State University, San Bernardinoonline pa
  The purpose of this study is to investigate perceptions of sexual harassment.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 15. 08. 2005 ::
:: Thought and Feelings about Self and Others ::
  Mark W. Baldwin
McGill University
  This is a study of attitudes and feelings about self and others. It involves simply filling out a set of questionnaires, taking approximately 20 minutes. An explanation of the study's hypotheses is presented at the end.