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archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 03. 2011 ::
:: Pilot Study C.A.T.S. on Student Life ::
  Céline Bagès, Annika Scholl, Tali Kleiman, and Saar Mollen
Université Blaise Pascal, Clermant-Ferrand; Knowledge Media Research Center, Tuebingen; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Maastricht University
  This study takes approximately 5 minutes to answer and consists of two separate studies on student life.
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 08. 04. 2011 ::
:: Constructing a measure of existential thinking ::
  Blake Allan
University of Florida
  This is a study to develop a measurement of existential thinking, which is the tendency to engage with the existential dilemmas of life, like death and finding meaning.
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   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   Internet Science :: in English :: 04. 09. 2011 ::
:: “Video Game Use and Psychological Outcomes” ::
  Experimenter: Matt Harvey, Supervisor: Maurice Stringer
University of Ulster
  You are invited to participate in a study examining the psychological outcomes associated with different types of video game use.
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   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 26. 04. 2012 ::
:: Gender Roles, Anxiety, and Identity for Biracial Americans ::
  Christopher L. Smith, Paul D. Werner
Alliant International University
  This research is being done as part of the requirements of the clinical psychology Ph.D. program at Alliant International University in San Francisco, CA. This research is on the experiences of biracial Americans. We are specifically looking for biracial Americans who have an African American birth parent and a European American or White birth parent. This research is focusing on a group of Americans that have been overlooked by most researchers, and we hope to shed light into aspects of this group's experiences.
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   other :: in English :: 02. 05. 2004 ::
:: Investigating eyewitness memory for crimes ::
  Marita Kenrick & David Mallard
Charles Sturt University Australia
  The aim of the study is to improve our understanding of how reliable eyewitness memory is, and about the factors that might make eyewitnesses more or less likely to be accurate in their memory for a crime. The experiment is divided into two parts, with the second half taking place after a 1-week interval. In part one participants view a slide sequence depicting a staged crime. Part two takes place one week later; in this part of the experiment participants are asked to make decisions concerning the staged crime viewed.
archived   Perception :: in English :: 05. 11. 2003 ::
:: Judgment and Decision Making ::
  John Godek
University of Oregon
  Thank you for considering participation in this study. The purpose of this project is to better understand how different aspect of the decision context influence people's decisions and evaluative judgments. This study takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
Takes less than 5 Minutes
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 08. 12. 2003 ::
:: Reliability of Outcome data collected via the Internet ::
  Kate Lorig
Stanford University
  Stanford has received a grant to study the quality of data collected on the Internet. To do that, they need people with ANY chronic disease to fill out a questionnaire just once. Participants will be randomized to either fill out the questionnaire on the Internet or by US Mail, and will receive a $10 gift certificate in appreciation. This study will help Stanford learn more about conducting research on-line for people with chronic health conditions. Participants must live in the United States and NOT be a participant in any of their other studies. If you are interested yourself or can help recruit, please visit our HealthyLiving website.
Restricted to US residents only
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 01. 2004 ::
:: Study on Domestic Violence Cases ::
  Amy Lunsford and Kevin O'Neil
Florida International University
  This study investigates beliefs about a situation involving domestic violence and asks jurors to reach a verdict.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 18. 07. 2004 ::
:: Dixon v. Providential Insurance ::
  Dan Simon, Stephen J. Read, Chadwick J. Snow
University of Southern California
  In this study, we are interested in learning about how people evaluate law cases. You will be asked to read a case and to make ratings answer questions associated with the case. By participating, you are automatically entered into a lottery for $200! The odds of winning are 1/200.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Visual perception: Ambiguous Figures Illusion ::
  Internet Psychology Lab
University of Illinois
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Visual perception: Selective Adaptation ::
  Internet Psychology Lab
University of Illinois
  Selective adaptation, the processes of selectively processing or responding to certain types of stimuli but not others.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 10. 2000 ::
:: Test your memory ::
  Bem Allen
Western Illinois University
  Duration: ca. 20 minutes. Data will be sent to Bem by E-mail.
archived   Perception :: in English :: 19. 05. 2000 ::
:: Number estimation experiment ::
  Thomas Dudey, Adaptive Behavior and Cognition (ABC) group, Max Planck Institute for Human Development
  Duration: about 5-10 minutes.
archived   Perception :: in English :: 03. 05. 2002 ::
:: Unconstrained Color Naming Experiment ::
  Nathan Moroney
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
  This is a simple color naming experiment. It requires a JavaScript enabled browser. Use the best possible color name for color patches. Preliminary details regarding the objectives and results of this experiment will be made public during the summer of 2003.
Takes 1-2 minutes
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 17. 05. 2002 ::
:: Fantasy-Playing-Cards ::
  Klaus Oberauer & Karina Schimanke
University Potsdam
  Have you ever played cards? If so, you might enjoy this experiment about fantasy-playing-cards. Afterwards background information will be provided. Duration: 10-15 minutes
Web experiment was terminated - please contact the authors for documentation
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 10. 2002 ::
:: Motivation/ Attitudes Questionairre ::
  Christine R. Harris
University of California, San Diego
  You will be asked to indicate how much you agree or disagree with various statements about personal likes and dislikes, attitudes, and interests. Respondents are entered in a drawing for a prize (US $100 first prize & US $50 second prize) You must be 18 years of age and you can only participate once.
Takes ~ 10 minutes
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 21. 11. 2002 ::
:: Environmental Decision Making ::
  Carmen Tanner
Northwestern University, Evanston/IL, USAonline payd
  A study on environmental decision making. You will be presented with environment-related scenarios and asked to make decisions. At the end, you will be provided with more information about this experiment. Participation takes about 10-15 minutes.
Study is finished. The following Internet browsers (or newer versions) were recommended: Internet Explorer 4.5, Netscape 6, Opera 6, Mozilla 1, Konqueror 3.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 16. 02. 2006 ::
:: Evaluation of a Health-support System ::
  Oliver Moran
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  In this study you will be exposed to two different descriptions of a home-based health-support system. Some system features may be more desirable than others. This is what we want to find out in order to improve the system. After each system description you will be asked to indicate whether or not you feel that the system described lives up to some assumptions about it. Each system should be evaluated separately. In all, the survey should take no longer than 3 5 minutes.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 13. 03. 2006 ::
:: Online test of logical thinking ::
  Christoph Stahl
University of Freiburg, Germany
  Test your logical reasoning abilities with this short puzzle. Takes less than five minutes!
archived   Perception :: in English :: 14. 03. 2006 ::
:: Matthew Rongey's Science Fair Project ::
  Matthew Rongey
Forest Charter School
  Visitors go to the website and select one of three short videos to watch, then answer some questions pertaining to the video and fill out demographic information.
Takes only five minutes with broadband, but also works with dial-up!
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 06. 2006 ::
:: Perception of social events ::
  Steffen Nestler
University of Leipzig
  The study is concerned with how people perceive and evaluate social events. Therefore, participants are asked to read a short scenario about the Bavarian Mountain Railway, and later are asked to answer some questions concerning the scenario. The study lasts about 8 to 10 minutes.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 05. 10. 2006 ::
:: Relationship and Achievement Goals ::
  Kathy Carnelley
University of Southampton
  This was a study about people's goals and thoughts about their relationships and achievement. It involved completing a series of questionnaires; this will take approximately 20-30 minutes.
Author (Carnelley) needs to update her link. Please send her an e-mail if you need information about her study.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 21. 07. 2006 ::
:: You say "probable", I say "likely" ::
  Stefanie Wöhrle
Universität Tübingen
  There is a risk of miscommunication because people use different probability phrases and interpret them in different ways. The different meanings that people associate with verbal probabilities often result in communication errors.
participation takes only 10 minutes!
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 06. 09. 2005 ::
:: Relationship Between Life Goals and Specific Actions ::
  Martin Bruder
University of Cambridge, UK
  This collaborative international project examines the way in which broad life goals and concrete actions in specific contexts are related. It involves a short thought exercise that allows participants to actively reflect on this relationship.
duration: 10-15 min
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 15. 08. 2005 ::
:: Communication in Relationships Survey ::
  Amy Rodrigues
University of Rochester
  Takes only 15-20 minutes to complete. As a thank you for participating you will receive feedback on your current romantic relationship.
Must be in a relationship to participate.
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 20. 11. 2005 ::
:: Spark Your Imagination! The Study of Temperament and Creativity. ::
  Melanie L. Bromley & James C. Kaufman
California State University, San Bernardinoonline pa
  This study looks at divergent thinking patterns and personality characteristics.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 28. 09. 2005 ::
:: Organizational decision-making ::
  Claire Hart
University of Southampton
  Only takes 10-15 minutes!
Study is finished
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 09. 06. 2005 ::
:: Political Experiment ::
  Christian, Nadja, Diego
Universität Zürich, Sozial- und Wirtschaftspsychologie
  Framing effects and surplus information within political statements.
Student experiment in U.-D. Reips' prep class. Just 1 minute required.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 09. 06. 2005 ::
:: soccer experiment ::
  Bettina Keller, Tenzin K. Nelung, Yeshi Ngingthatshong
University of Zürich, Social and Business Psychology
  Student experiment in U.-D. Reips' prep class. It takes you 30 seconds.
Student experiment in U.-D. Reips' prep class. 30 seconds only.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 29. 03. 2005 ::
:: Paradis(e)- Who will win? ::
  Katrin Fischer
Institut für Psychologie, Universität Potsdamonline
  This experiment investigates how people understand If-then sentences and Or sentences. Formal logic includes transformation rules of if ­then to or and vice versa that result in a paradox if taken together. In this experiment we want to see to what extent people accept the single steps leading to the paradox.
archived   Other :: in English :: 26. 08. 2007 ::
:: Forensic psychology research ::
  Judith Mwangi
University of Portsmouth
  Eyewitness Identfication study
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 08. 2007 ::
:: Jacks Card Game ::
  Berry Claus / Klaus Oberauer
Saarland University / University of Bristolonlin
  Jack, a card player, draws at random one card from a deck of cards. Without taking a look at the card, he makes an assertion about the card. It will be your task to rate the probability that his claim is true. (Duration: 15 minutes)
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 04. 03. 2008 ::
:: Gender Recognition & Social Perspectives ::
  Colin Holbrook
Institute of Cognition & Culture, Queen's University, Belfastansonl
  First, you will use your keyboard to categorize the sex of a series of faces as quickly and accurately as you can. Next, you will read two short essays and be asked what you think about the authors. More like a video game challenge than a survey. The whole study usually takes between 5 and 10 minutes.
This study is limited to American citizens who are over eighteen years old and have normal vision. (Normal vision with glasses is OK.)
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 03. 07. 2007 ::
:: Adjustment and Coping with IBD ::
  Rebecca Purc-Stephenson
University of Windsor
  The purpose of this study is to investigate personal growth and adjustment to IBD (e.g., Crohn's disease, ulcerative Colitis), and how these may change over time. In addition, this study will explore the role of personal characteristics (e.g., optimism, hope) in adjustment and coping with IBD.
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 27. 03. 2007 ::
:: Faces ::
  Nicholas Cepeda
York Universitye>
  Identify properties of faces - gender and emotion. The study takes 5-10 minutes to complete, and individuals age 8 to 80 years old can participate.
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 04. 2007 ::
:: Unconscious thought ::
  Melinda Meszaros
Capella University
  This research is a Dissertation project and has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of Capella University. The purpose of this experiment is to characterize active unconscious/intuitive thinking and to determine if there is a relationship between the quality of unconscious thought and cognitive style among professionals. Following a practice task you will be asked to complete eight cognitive tasks and fill out a 38-item questionnaire. You must be between 25 and 65 years of age and be a professional to participate. The time required to fully participate is approximately one hour. Completing the experiment will require a reasonably private space (as you will be asked to verbalize your thoughts as you complete the tasks) and a time when it can be expected that you will not be interrupted.
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 25. 02. 2007 ::
:: Enjoying Another's Suffering ::
  Bryan Lee Koenig
New Mexico State University
  Brief (about 10 minutes) study on why people enjoy the suffering of others and associated perpecptions
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 25. 01. 2007 ::
:: How much of a bonus would you give a manager? ::
  Clara Kulich
University of Exeter
  In this study we look into performance-based pay in leadership positions. You will be presented by a story about a manager and then asked about how much you would pay the manager. It takes about 10 minutes to take part.
Participants should have at least four years of full-time work-experience in a company.
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 08. 02. 2007 ::
:: Pain, Relationship, and Psychosexual Functioning in Women with Vulvodynia ::
  Kelly Smith, Katherine Sutton, Caroline Pukall
Queen's University, Canada
  The purpose of this study is to investigate pain, relationship, sexual, and psychological function, and body image among women with vulvodynia (i.e., chronic vulvar pain). To do so, we are looking for women who: -Experience chronic genital pain or pain upon sexual intercourse and -Are fluent in English and over the age of 18 We are also looking for women who: -Do NOT experience chronic genital pain or pain upon sexual intercourse and -Do NOT experience any debilitating chronic pain condition and -Are fluent in English and over the age of 18 In addition, the partners of women may also participate in this study. However, women do not need to be involved in a current relationship to participate. Potential participants will complete a brief telephone screening interview (approximately 10 minutes) to ensure eligibility for the study. Some of the questions on the screening interview are personal and ask questions regarding medical history and relationship and sexual history. All calls are treated with strict confidentiality. Subsequently, eligible participants will complete an anonymous online survey that includes questions pertaining to pain, psychological health, body image, relationship adjustment, and sexual function. This survey should take approximately 90 minutes for women with pain to complete, and 60 minutes for women without pain and partners. All the information collected from this study will be kept confidential and in a secure, password-protected database. To participate please CALL or E-MAIL the Sexual Health Research Lab +1 (613) 533-3276;
Before you can participate you will have to CALL or E-MAIL the Sexual Health Research Lab: +1 (613) 533-3276;
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 11. 2006 ::
:: Autobiographical Retreival around times of Identity Formation ::
  University of Leeds