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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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 20. 06. 2014 ::
:: Traveling Salesperson Experiment ::
  David Lazer
Volunteer Science
  Solve the problem of finding the shortest path between cities.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 16. 05. 2013 ::
:: The Dictionary Game ::
  Cognition and Communication Laboratory
Université du Québec à Montréal
  The Dictionary game is a game where you have to define a starting word. Then you will have to define every word you used to define this word. You will need to repeat this process recursively, until all the words you used are defined. The goal is to complete your «dictionary» with as few words as possible.
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 11. 2008 ::
:: Evaluations of responses to a breakup ::
  Stacey MacKinnon, Ashley Smith, Alison MacLellan, and Shannon Rhead
Department of Psychology, University of Prince Edward Islandansonli
  Participants over the age of 18 are needed for a research study on people's responses to a breakup. Each participant will be asked to read a hypothetical scenario that has occurred in someone else's life and answer several questions regarding their opinion on the situation. It will take approximately 15 minutes to complete this study.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 17. 12. 2008 ::
:: Attitudes Regarding Sex and Religion ::
  David de Jong
University of Toronto
  We're conducting an online study which asks people about their attitudes and values on a number of topics. It takes about 45 minutes, sometimes less. Questions are of a personal nature, addressing attitudes regarding sex, religion, and other issues. All of your answers are absolutely anonymous and confidential. A full explanation of the background and purpose of the study is provided upon completion.
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   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 21. 05. 2009 ::
:: Interactions in Semantic Networks ::
  Anthony Knittel
Centre for the Mind, The University of Sydneyonline
  The experiment is looking at how the meanings of different words interact, it should be fairly straightforward and takes about 15 minutes to run. The purpose of the experiment is to build more knowledge of human cognition that will hopefully help in improving existing models of cognition, and in designing new approaches for artificial learning systems.
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 08. 2011 ::
:: Past Recollection and Goals ::
  Alice Cai
University College London
  This study will take about 15 minutes to complete, and all participants will be enterred into a raffle with the chance of winning a 15 British Pounds Amazon voucher. This study will involve 2 different experiments in addition to a few general questions asked at the end. The first experiment is looking at how individuals perceive and recollect past events. You will be randomly given a topic to write about. The second experiment is interested in how individuals imagine and perceive a hypothetical event. You will be given a short vignette to read and then answer a few questions regarding it. At the end you will be asked to fill out some general background questions.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 26. 09. 2004 ::
:: Personality and World Outlook ::
  Carlos David Navarrete
University of California, Los Angelesonline payday l
  A study of what kinds of individual differences in personality or attitudes affect one's worldview.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 25. 11. 2004 ::
:: What Turns Us On? A Study In Human Mate Selection ::
  Brian M Jones
Hofstra University, Uniondale NY
  Building on past research, this study attempts to collect data based on traits and features that people claim to be attractive.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 07. 07. 2004 ::
:: Online test on logical thinking ::
  Christoph Klauer & Christoph Stahl
Institute for Psychology, University of Freiburgonli
  Test your logical reasoning abilities with this short puzzle. Takes less than five minutes!
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 03. 06. 2005 ::
:: Cup Episode 2 ::
  T.Leonhard & D.Beutinger
Uni Tübingene
  A tiny experiment! Have fun and thanks for participating!
Web experiment by students in U. Reips' Tübingen class
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 22. 04. 2005 ::
:: Memory study with feedback ::
  Bem P. Allen
Western Illinois University
  Participants memories for lists of words that revolve around different themes are subjected to tests. Performance feedback is available.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 04. 2005 ::
:: The Psychology of Advice I ::
  Lesley Newson
University of Exeter, U.K.
  Participants are asked to: - Read a short story (approx 750 words) in which a younger woman asks an older woman for advice about whether to have a baby; - Write what advice they think the older woman will give; - Answer 8 questions about, how they decided what to write, what they believe the younger woman should do, and give some demographic information.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 03. 2005 ::
:: LearnMelanoma ::
  Nicholas Cepeda
University of California, San Diego
  Teaches participants how to distinguish benign and cancerous moles. In the process, we learn how to improve long-term memory for categorical information.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: A survey of people's belief in religion and the 10 Commandments ::
  William E. Snell, Jr.
Southeast Missouri State University
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 27. 11. 2001 ::
:: Beliefs, mood, self-theories, and performance ::
  Elizabeth Bartmess and Jennifer Crocker
University of Michigan
  This experiment investigates how the manner in which we approach tasks is affected by mood, beliefs, and self-theories. In the experiment, you will fill out a number of questionnaires and then try to guess the rule behind a number of rule-based tasks. After the experiment, you will get to learn more about the research behind the experiment. Participation takes approximately 40 minutes to an hour.
Study is officially over.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 02. 10. 2002 ::
:: Reliving a situation ::
  Matthew C Keller
University of Michigan
  You will be asked to describe a difficult situation from the past year, and then to answer a number of questions about how you felt then.
archived   Perception :: in English :: 01. 02. 1998 ::
:: Memory: The Game ::
  Alexa Ruppertsberg, Galia Givaty, Hendricus Van Veen, & Heinrich Bülthoff
Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen (Germany)
  Remember from your young days the game called MEMORY? Here you can play it interactively with faces
Published in Dimensions of Internet Science. Disconnected, unfortunately.
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Study on Women's Childhood Experiences and Adult Life ::
  Laura LeClair
University of Windsor, Eastern Mennonite University
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Marital Affair Questionnaire ::
  Debbie Layton-Tholl
Miami Institute of Psychology
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 07. 12. 2005 ::
:: Goal Pair, Study #1 ::
  Joshua Nathaniel Pritikin
  You will be asked to read a variety of short stories and rate the believability of a few statements about each story. The questionaire is similar to a reading comprehension test. With some of the stories, you may feel there is only one correct answer. Other stories may involve many different points of view. Your answers will help us categorize the stories so that later we can state with statistical confidence that a particular story can be interpreted as an instance of a particular kind of situation. You may find errors in spelling or grammar. Please report them, yet try to stay focused on the purpose of the survey  to voice your opinion about the concerns of others.
Participation typically requires less than 15 minutes per week.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 04. 07. 2006 ::
:: Word Interpretation Questionnaire ::
  Ben Rosser & Tim Moss
University of the West of England
  The research is interested in exploring how words can have different personal meanings to different people.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 18. 07. 2006 ::
:: Pursuing Multiple Social Goals Simultaneously ::
  David Pautler
University of Hawaii
  This questionnaire begins by setting the stage for an imaginary conversation, providing you with a pair of goals and some facts about the situation and the person youll be speaking with (i.e., the audience). Estimated time to complete questionnaire: 15-30 mins.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 11. 2006 ::
:: Autobiographical Retreival around times of Identity Formation ::
  University of Leeds