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archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 07. 2008 ::
:: Hand Counting Habits ::
  Oliver Lindemann* & Martin Fischer°
*NICI, Radboud University Nijmegen, NL; °School of Psychology, University of Dundee, UK
  We ask you to participant in a short scientific study, which aims to investigate hand counting habits. This survey comprises only 20 questions and it takes not more than 3 minutes to complete the whole online questionnaire.
requires Java to be turned on in your Web browser!
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 24. 11. 2008 ::
:: Authenticity and Well-Being ::
  Alison Lenton and Fiona Vass
The University of Edinburgh
  This research aims to understand how people's past experiences relate to their presesnt understanding of themselves
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 22. 01. 2009 ::
:: Memory Awareness Questionnaire ::
  Helen Williams
University of Leeds, UK
  This research stems from our interest in peoples awareness of their own memory abilities, and peoples 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   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 24. 08. 2010 ::
:: Adult Attachment Style, Anxiety, and Affect Regulation ::
  Tracy Clouthier, Philip Cooper
Bishop's University
  The goal of this study is to gain a better understanding of how people's overall anxiety level and how they think about close relationships will impact the way they manage their emotions. Participants must be at least 18 years old.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 17. 07. 2009 ::
:: Predictors and Outcomes of Online Sexual Activity ::
  Krystelle Shaughnessy and Sandra Byers
University of New Brunswick, Canada
  A survey about attitudes and experiences with online sexual activity. You do not need to have used the Internet for sexual activities in order to participate in this study. The survey will take approximately 30 minutes. You will have the option to be entered into a raffle to win one of three $50CDN VISA gift certificates. This study was approved by the University of New Brunswick Research Ethics Board (REB #2009-04).
only if 21 or older
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 15. 03. 2007 ::
:: Attachment styles and perceptions of online behaviors ::
  Stephanie Pogan
Long Island University: CW Post Campus
  This is an online study aimed at examining relationship experiences and feelings toward Internet use. It involves a series of short questionnaires refarding romantic relationship experiences as well as feelings about events within romantic relationships. The study takes approximately between 15-20 minutes to complete. Individuals must be 18 years or older to participate.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 05. 05. 2007 ::
:: Consumer Behaviour Questionnaire ::
  Yuen-Ching Chan
University College London, United Kingdomonline payd
  You will be asked some questions about your shopping behaviour and then asked to describe yourself. There are no right or wrong answers, so choose the most accurate answer for YOU  not what you think most people would say or do. The questionnaire takes around 15 - 20 minutes.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 29. 05. 2007 ::
:: Examining Sexual Functioning in Sleep Disorders: Influences of Nocturnal Sexual Behaviors ::
  Liesa Klein
Minnesota State University, Mankato
  The purpose of this anonymous survey is to examine sexual attitudes and functioning in individuals who suffer from a sleep disorder in addition to their sexual partners. This study is open to individuals suffering from a sleep disorder (e.g. Sleepwalking, Sleep Apnea, Insomnia, Sexsomnia) and sexual partners of individuals suffering from a sleep disorder.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 02. 02. 2008 ::
:: The Vitality Study: A Survey of Romantic Relationships and Well-being ::
  John Lydon, Carolyn Birnie, Robyn Penney
McGill University
  Are you dating? Married? In a romantic relationship? Researchers at McGill University are conducting a survey on romantic relationships and well-being. For filling out the 45-minute online survey you will receive a $7 gift certificate to Amazon.ca, and another $8 certificate for a follow-up survey later this year.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 20. 05. 2008 ::
:: Being real: When do you feel most/least like your true self? ::
  Alison Lenton, Martin Bruder, Constantine Sedikides
University of Edinburgh
  What makes people feel genuine and real (as opposed to inauthentic and false)? What is the nature of that experience? We'd like to learn from your experiences! Tell us about a time when you felt 'most me' or 'least me.'
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 22. 10. 2007 ::
:: Schnappschuss Ihres Gefühlslebens ::
  Tanja Wranik & Klaus Scherer
University of Geneva
  Beantworten Sie diesen kurzen Fragebogen und erhalten Sie einen Einblick in Ihr Gefühlsleben! Unser Alltagsleben ist reich an einer Vielzahl von Empfindungen, Gefühlen und Emotionen. Wir interessieren uns für die Erlebnisse und Emotionen, welche Menschen in ihrem normalen, alltäglichen Leben haben. In der folgenden Befragung werden wir deshalb IHNEN die Möglichkeit geben, uns über die Emotionen und körperlichen Empfindungen, die Sie im Allgemeinen in ihrem Leben erfahren, zu erzählen. Außerdem werden wir Sie über die Entstehung und die Auswirkungen einiger Ihrer Empfindungen befragen und würden gerne wissen, wie Sie mit ihren Gefühlen und Emotionen in den unterschiedlichen Situationen umgegangen sind. Alle Antworten im Rahmen dieser Befragung sind vollkommen anonym. Bitte beachten Sie, dass es keine richtigen oder falschen Antworten und keine guten oder schlechten Empfindungen oder Emotionen gibt. Jeder Mensch empfindet ganz individuell und gerade diese Unterschiede sind wertvoll und von Bedeutung. Am Ende der Befragung werden Sie eine Rückmeldung zu Ihrem Gefühlsleben erhalten und können mehr Informationen zu dieser Untersuchung anfordern.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 28. 11. 2007 ::
:: Matching familiar figures test ::
  Franziska Spring
University of Zurich
  This experiment is about different decision types. Using a simple test called mfft (matching familiar figures test) this experiment will discover what kind of decision type you are. Takes 5-10 minutes.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 26. 11. 2007 ::
:: Body Images of Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals ::
  Chetra Yean
University of Pennsylvania
  Participants aged 18 and over are needed for an online study of body image. It will take you approximately 25 minutes to complete the survey, which is entirely online. We will ask you to answer questions assessing your body image satisfaction, sexual orientation, ethnicity, self-esteem, anxiety levels, and how you view the media. You will also be asked a number of questions regarding your community activities in the past year. As compensation for your participation, you will be entered into a drawing to win one of four $50 Amazon.com gift certificates.
Locally restricted: Participants must reside in the United States.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 19. 11. 2007 ::
:: Realistic portrayal of science is crucial for the financial and critical success of SF-Films ::
  Markus Weber
SAE Institutee>
  A questionnaire about how science in science fiction films influences the viewers and how they perceive it. Takes around 7 minutes to fill out and is part of a BA thesis with the same title.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 14. 11. 2007 ::
:: Parenting and Children's Emotional Development ::
  Rebecca Moore
University of Ottawa
  The study examines parents' reponses to questions concerning a series of hypothetical situations in which they imagine their 6-10 year old child displaying anger or sadness. The study examines the relationship between parents' reported responses and their child's ability to regulate his or her emotions. It also examines the role of other factors such as gender, social support and recent life events.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 26. 11. 2007 ::
:: Geographic Reference Experiment ::
  Kavita Thomas
Department of Computing Science, University of Aberdeenansonline.co
  This experiment is one of several experiments conducted in the Atlas.txt project. This project aims to communicate information found in geo-referenced data (which is often visualised as census maps) as spoken text to make this information accessible for visually-impaired people. Your participation will help us to produce better quality texts.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 07. 12. 2007 ::
:: Similarities with parents and friends in attitudes toward food ::
  Margherita Guidetti
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  If you agree to take part in this study, you will be asked to complete some computer based categorization tasks and answer a number of questions about your food liking, beliefs and eating behaviour. The whole thing is online and takes you about 20-25 minutes. For the purposes of the study, we need you to take part along with two other persons. If you are a son/daughter, you should take part with one of your parents and one of your best friends. If you are a parent, you should take part with one of your children and (possibly) one of his/her best friends. In both cases, the son/daughter (target participant) must be between 18 and 25 of age. You don't need to be together or to use the same computer.
Study is closed, author provides documentation of results
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 03. 2008 ::
:: First Impressions ::
  Monica Welter, Ulf-Dietrich Reips
University of Zürich
  You will have to answer some questions about a person described in a review form and some about yourself. It won't take long, just 15-20 minutes of your time.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 17. 07. 2007 ::
:: Self-Perception and Social Groups ::
  Mark Rubin & Milen Milanov
University of Newcastle, Australia
  In this study we test a new measure that distinguishes between social, communal and interdependent types of in-group identification. The general aim of our research is to confirm the validity and the reliability of our new Social, Communal, and Interdependent Identification Scale (SCIIS) and to investigate the relations between different types of groups and different types of in-group identification.
The study takes 10 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 23. 02. 2007 ::
:: The Time Course of Visual Short Term Memory ::
  Joshua Hartshorne
Harvard University
  The experiment takes about 5 minutes. You will see pictures of four objects. After a brief delay (blank screen), you will be shown one object and asked if it is one of the four you just saw. There are 10 practice trials and 40 experimental trials.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 02. 10. 2006 ::
:: The Life Orientation Test (Alternate Forms) ::
  Suzanne Segerstrom
University of Kentucky
  A brief personality test of one's outlook on the world. Feedback provided.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 21. 01. 2007 ::
:: Dealing with daily problems ::
  Thomas Ehring
Universität Bielefeld
  In our study, we investigate how people typically deal with daily problems. We hope that the results of this study will help us to improve the treatment for people who experience problems to cope with everyday problems.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 25. 01. 2010 ::
:: Building, Living, and Breaking the Bonds of Trust ::
  Stacey MacKinnon
University of Prince Edward Island
  Men and women over the age of 18 who are currently in a romantic relationship of AT LEAST SIX MONTHS in length are needed for a study on trust. The study will consist of an online survey in which you will be asked to recall and evaluate events in your current romantic relationship and complete several individual difference questionnaires. The study will take approximately 30-45 minutes of your time. Our hope is that this study will help us to better understand how trust is formed, maintained, broken, and rebuilt in romantic relationships. If you are interested in participating, please enter the website now.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 13. 05. 2010 ::
:: Attitudes towards Rape Allegations ::
  Hayley McCaskill, Heather Flowe
University of Leicester
  This study looks at attitudes towards rape and an allegation of rape made by an alleged victim.
To be eligible for this study you must be: Between the ages of 18 and 70. Registered on your local government’s electoral register. Have lived in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands for the last 5 years since you were 13 years old.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 21. 01. 2009 ::
:: Anxiety and Risk-taking ::
  Carolyn Lorian & Jessica Grisham
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australiaonli
  This study involves completing a variety of questionnaires about yourself in relation to your levels of anxiety, risk-taking affinity, personality and general mental well-being. The study typically takes between 15 and 20 minutes to complete. As compensation for your time you will be given the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win US$150.
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 04. 05. 2009 ::
:: Attitudes about Cell Phone Use While Driving ::
  Joshua Weller
Decision Science Research Institute, Inc.online payd
  In this survey you will be asked a series of questions about driving while using a cell phone.
Participants must have a valid U.S. or Canadian drivers license and drive at least 3x/week
   
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 19. 06. 2009 ::
:: Attractiveness of Emotional Behaviour ::
  Dina Dosmukhambetova, Antony Manstead
Cardiff University
  In this study we are interested in whether individuals' emotional behaviour affects their attractiveness.
Participants will be given an opportunity to enter a lottery to win an Amazon Voucher of a £10, £20 or £40 value.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 24. 09. 2008 ::
:: Smart or Sexy? Allot Your Mate Dollars Here ::
  April Bleske-Rechek, Bailey Vandenheuvel
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  In this study you design your ideal mate and report on your personal relationship history. The survey takes 5-10 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 22. 10. 2008 ::
:: Are You Comfortable in Your Team? ::
  Rebecca Schmidt
Chemnitz University of Technology
  This survey investigates teams at work. We are interested in how you feel in your team. How connected do you feel to the other team members? How do you perceive the work atmosphere in your team? How do you and the other team members react when people make mistakes or act differently? And what do you think about your team's performance? The study is especially created for people who are working in teams. Participation will take about 30 minutes with the opportunity to receive feedback about the given answers. All data will be collected anonymously and will be treated as confidential!
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 02. 07. 2008 ::
:: Self-Injury and Eating Pathology ::
  Emma Black
Deakin University
  We are seeking females aged over 18 years to fill out an online questionnaire that will take about half an hour of your time to complete. This questionnaire explores how some personality traits may or may not be linked to self-harm or disordered eating. All responses are confidential, and can be anonymous. This research project has Deakin University Human Research Ethics Committee approval (Project number EC-247-2007).
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 30. 11. 2005 ::
:: Thoughts and emotions in decision making ::
  Martin Bruder
University of Cardiff, UK
  Investigates how people describe their lifestyles and the way it influences their decision making.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 19. 07. 2004 ::
:: Be a juror in a stalking case ::
  Kelly Lawson & Kevin O'Neil
Florida International University
  Read a case scenario and render a verdict in a case of alleged stalking.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 03. 2004 ::
:: In a Defendant's Own Words ::
  Kevin O'Neil
Florida International University
  Read a small transcript of a defendant's testimony and decide whether he is guilty.
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 23. 02. 2004 ::
:: Habitual usage of the Internet ::
  Steffen Lindner, Sven Tuchscheerer
 
Experiment created on a workshop by U. Reips on Internet-based experimenting
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Visual perception: Müller-Lyer Illusion ::
  Internet Psychology Lab
University of Illinois
  Illusion which concerns differences in length of lines.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Face Orientation ::
  Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics Ulrike Siebeck
Tübingen (Germany)
  Look at a set of images, each contains 2 faces and point out the pair that has the same orientation
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 15. 05. 2006 ::
:: Judging English Sentences ::
  Albert Gatt
University of Aberdeen
  This experiment asks you to make judgments of the naturalness of some English sentences. Judgements are made either using numbers or using a slider.
Takes at most 10 minutes
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 26. 01. 2006 ::
:: Gay Male Relationships Study ::
  Nicolas Warner
Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University Chicago, USA
  What factors contribute to the success and quality of gay male relationships? Limited research has been conducted in this area but this unique new research study is investigating gay male parental relationships and adult, intimate, same-sex relationships of gay men from perspectives that have primarily been studied only in heterosexual relationships. This research study involves participation in a one-time, voluntary, completely anonymous, Internet-based survey. Visit the secure, digitally encrypted survey website at www.gaymale-relstudy.com for detailed instructions on participating in the survey and completing the 3 subsections of the survey. You can complete the survey on any computer with Internet access in as little as 20 minutes. To participate in this research study, you must be a self-identified gay male, age 18 or older, and currently involved in a same-sex, close, intimate, or love relationship of at least 3 months or longer in duration. (Close, intimate, or love relationship signifies a relationship that is romantic in nature as opposed to solely platonic or solely friendly in nature.) If you meet the above prerequisites, please participate in this exciting and important new research study by visiting the survey website at www.gaymale-relstudy.com. If you are not eligible to participate in this study, you can still help by telling other potential participants about the study. Please contact the research study Investigator with any questions you may have regarding the study at gmrelstudy@gmail.com. This research study has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional Review Board of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University Chicago. The design of this research study and the handling of the data gathered by this study are compliant with the research regulations and guidelines of the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University Chicago, American Psychological Association research guidelines, psychological Internet-based research guidelines, and HIPAA Privacy Rule research guidelines.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 20. 01. 2006 ::
:: Identity Survey ::
  Ayse K. Uskul, PhD
University of Michigan
  The purpose of the following study is to examine how group memberships of individuals and their identities interact to influence how they feel about themselves.
Participation takes about 5 minutes.
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 17. 06. 2006 ::
:: Workplace Beliefs ::
  Sharon Gold, Mark Rubin, Don Munro
University of Newcastle, NSW, Australiaonline payday
  The aim of this study is to investigate the different self-evaluations that people have at work. Participants have the option of entering a prize draw with a 1 chance in 50 of winning AU$50.00 gift certificate from Amazon.com!
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 11. 08. 2006 ::
:: True or False? ::
  Berry Claus
University of Potsdam
  Task: You will be presented with four stories. At the end of each story, someone is asking about something and receives a reply. Your task will be to judge whether the reply is true or false and to indicate on which information your judgement is based (duration: 10 minutes)
   
archived   other :: in English :: 25. 07. 2005 ::
:: Relationships & Mating ::
  Danielle Cohen & Jay Belsky
Institute for the Study of Children, Families, & Social Issues, Birkbeck, University of London
  This study explores familial relationships in early childhood, adult romantic experiences and sexual behavior, as well as the influence of external circumstances on mate preferences. Takes about 20-25 minutes.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 30. 04. 2012 ::
:: Attitudes towards Relationships Study ::
  Angela Weaver
St. Francis Xavier University
  Research on attitudes towards relationships generally and Friends with Benefits Relationships in particular. Friends with Benefits Relationships are defined as ongoing sexual activities that occur between partners who do not define the relationship as romantic. In this study, you will be asked to complete a series of measures assessing your opinions about relationships and sexuality. Participation involves completing an online survey that should take about 10-15 minutes of your time. Please note than anyone over the age of 18 can participate, regardless of past or current relationship experience. Your participation in this study can be done at your own convenience. Participation is anonymous, and you may choose to withdraw from the study at any time by not completing the study. If you choose to participate, at the end of the survey you will be given the opportunity to enter a lottery for a $50 Amazon.com gift credit.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 09. 05. 2012 ::
:: Daily Decisions Study ::
  Johanna Peetz, Lara Kammrath
Carleton University, Wake Forest Universityonline pa
  Purpose. The purpose of this study is to investigate how people make decisions throughout their day when they are torn between two options about what to do or not do. Some of these decisions may be personal, and some may involve one’s significant other. Task requirements. There are several parts to this study. First, you will officially enroll (you will be asked to provide your name and contact information). Then, you will be directed to an online intake survey (approx. 60 minutes), during which you will be asked to fill out questionnaires about your attitudes and personality and undergo training in recognizing and classifying different types of decisions. Next, we will ask you to complete a mobile phase for seven days. You will get 8 texts per day that include a URL to a daily experience report to complete from your smart phone or computer. These reports only take 2-5 minutes. Finally, we will invite you to complete a 30 minute exit survey after the weekly diary is complete. During the exit survey you will again be asked to fill out questionnaires about your attitudes and personality.
   
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 12. 08. 2011 ::
:: Friendships: Online and Offline ::
  Jenny Chong
Curtin University
  This study aims to compare the quality of online and offline friendships. Participation will involve completing a short 10-15 minute online survey. To take part, you must be between the ages of 18 and 25 and have an online friend that is the same sex as you.
For participants aged 18-25 with an online friend
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 09. 06. 2011 ::
:: Personality, Early Experiences and Relating Styles ::
  Sarah Cruddas
Nottingham Trent University, UK
  This study examines the relationship between negative early experiences, ways of relating to others and the experiences of voice hearing and suspiciousness in the general population. Participation involves completing a series of questionnaires, which will take approximately 30 minutes in total.
To participate you must be over 18 years of age
   
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   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 22. 07. 2011 ::
:: Attitudes towards the impact of new technologies on how we access music ::
  Steven Brown
Glasgow Caledonian University
  How do you feel about how the music industry is changing? Do you prefer hard copies of albums or digital downloads? Thes are some of the questions which form this study where attitudes towards such changes are of interest, where personality is of interest along with media consumption preferences. It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and you have the opportunity to register in a prize draw if you do decide to take part.
   
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   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 09. 04. 2014 ::
:: A Comparison of Abstinence and Perceived Self-efficacy for Individuals Attending SMART Recovery and Alcoholics Anonymous ::
  Emily Guarnotta
Alliant International University, San Diego
  This study is looking at the personality characteristics of people that attend different self-help groups. You are eligible to participate if you are currently attending Alcoholics Anonymous or SMART Recovery and have at least 30 days sober. Your participation will take approximately 10-15 minutes and you have the opportunity to enter your email address to win a Starbucks gift card, but this is not required. All responses will remain confidential. Thank you.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 20. 08. 2012 ::
:: An investigation of attachment, mentalization and emotion regulation within people prone to developing bipolar disorder ::
  Sonia Madrid-Cuevas
University of Edinburgh
  Here's a great way to learn more about your personality and give yourself a chance of winning an iPad. I'm looking for participants to take part in an online study designed to explore emotion regulation strategies - the findings of which may help those who experience highly changeable moods. The study only takes 25 minutes to complete and all participants can choose to see feedback on 15 different aspects of their personality, including relationship style. Participants can also choose to enter a prize draw with a chance to win an iPad.
Participants can choose to see feedback on 15 different aspects of their personality.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 14. 08. 2012 ::
:: Emotions Experienced after Sexual Intercourse ::
  Heitor Fernandes¹, Jean Natividade¹, Claudio Hutz¹, Daniel Kruger², Leif Kennair³
¹Univesidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, ²University of Michigan, ³Norwegian University of Science and Technology
  The main goals of this study are to assess differences and similarities between men and women regarding emotions experienced after sex; the relations between these emotions and personality; and the relations between negative emotions and sexual strategies. This survey consists of a set of brief questionnaires about your emotions, your sexual partner(s) and your personal characteristics. It takes around 15 minutes to complete the survey.
It takes around 15 minutes.
   
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   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 30. 07. 2013 ::
:: Experiences of employee appraisals and reviews ::
  Erica Hepper, Rachel Avery and Shyam Morjaria
University of Surrey
  We are seeking to understand more about people's experiences of performance appraisals in the workplace (these are also known as performance review, performance evaluation, career development discussion, or employee appraisal, and they typically happen monthly, quarterly, biannually, or annually). You will be asked your opinion about your most recent appraisal/review, your recent behavior at work, and a few questions about your general personality. The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes. We need only people who are currently employed in a paid job and have experienced some kind of review or appraisal at work – thank you for your time.
Please only complete this survey if you are currently employed in a paid job - thank you!
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 27. 07. 2013 ::
:: Coping processes, sexual risk taking and self-harm. ::
  Naomi Mwamba
Northumbria University
  I'm conducting a research thesis on the effects of childhood/adulthood traumatic events on an individual's sexual risk taking and self harm behaviours, looking specifically at how this link is influenced by coping processes. I'm hoping to recruit males and females over the age of 18 who have no history of psychiatric disorder and who do not take psychiatric medication. The survey is completely anonymous, can be done online at your own convenience, and only takes 20 minutes to complete. The survey can be found on the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/M2DPBNZ
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 07. 05. 2013 ::
:: Past experience and personality survey ::
  Craig A. Smith
Vanderbilt University
  This is an anonymous survey that should take an hour 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   Other :: in English :: 26. 07. 2012 ::
:: Study of Facebook friendships ::
  Diogo Pereira, Tasos Sipiliotopoulos, and Ian Oakley
University of Madeira
  The purpose of the survey is to better understand the nature of Facebook friendships. We will gather some information about your Facebook usage and, in combination with your answers to the survey, we will try to predict the nature and strength of your relationship with your friends. At the end of the survey, you will see what our algorithm thinks about who your closest friends are!
you will need to log into your Facebook account to participate in this survey
   
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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 17. 01. 2014 ::
:: Social Experiences and Emotions ::
  Kenny Brackstone
University of Southampton
  I am requesting your participation in an online survey, which will take approximately 15-20 minutes, and will ask questions regarding your social experiences and emotions. In the survey, you will be asked to recall two experiences from your life. You will then be asked a range of questions about your feelings and emotions after recalling these experiences.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 21. 01. 2014 ::
:: Photos of You - Managing Unwanted Facebook Photos ::
  Caroline Lang
IADT, Dun Laoghaire
  The purpose of this study is to explore how people manage unwanted Facebook photos that have been uploaded by other users. If you use Facebook and are over 18 years of age, you are invited to take part in this research study on managing unwanted Facebook photos. This study is being undertaken by Caroline Lang as part of the MSc in Cyberpsychology in the Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 20. 05. 2016 ::
:: Motor and language development in infants with family history of Autism Spectrum Disorders ::
  Klaus Libertus
University of Pittsburgh
  Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh Kids’ Thinking Lab (KiTLab) are conducting a new study on how babies’ motor skills develop. In particular, we are currently looking for families who have one child with a confirmed diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and who also have a recently born younger sibling (less than 4 months of age). This study is conducted online and there are no regional restrictions for participants.
Study will be conducted via video chat (e.g., Skype). Interested families should contact us (see link).
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 04. 2016 ::
:: Exploring Team Dynamics in Organizations ::
  Reece Bush-Evans; Claire Hart; Sylwia Cisek
University of Southampton
  We are looking for individuals who are aged 18 or older and have experience of working in a team in an organizational setting. The aim of the study is to examine how individual team members’ personalities, in addition to the general dynamics of the team, can influence team effectiveness. You will be asked to complete some questions about your personality traits, provide information about the team you are working in/have previously worked in, describe your thoughts on, feelings about, and behaviors enacted in this team, and reflect on how effective the team is. The study will take approximately 25-30 minutes to complete.
Prize Draw
   
archived   Internet Science :: in English :: 26. 01. 2012 ::
:: Usage of Social Network Sites ::
  Tasos Spiliotopoulos
University of Madeira
  The purpose of this survey is to better understand how people use social network sites. This survey consists of 2 or 3 pages (depending on your answers) and should take from 5 to 15 minutes to complete. To participate in the survey you need to be a registered Facebook user and login with your Facebook credentials.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 03. 2012 ::
:: Mall Haul Study ::
  Richard J. Harnish and Natalie Chalmers
Penn State University New Kensington
  Into fashion? Are you a fashion leader? Have you posted or watched mall haul videos? Then take part in this study that explores the personalities of individuals who post mall haul videos and those who follow or view them.
Mall Haul Study
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 08. 08. 2005 ::
:: Alien Racers ::
  Ed Vul
University of California, San Diego; Dept. of Psychologyansonline.c
  You will learn which "alien racers" are the fastest by crafting or observing head-to-head races. This study has many test trials, and may take from 30 minutes up to an hour.
UCSD Attention Lab
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 21. 09. 2005 ::
:: Attitudes Towards Organizations ::
  Dmitri Nesteruk
University of Southampton
  This is a web-based study whose objective is to conduct a simple organizational test in order to ascertain the participant's values and beliefs.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 08. 11. 2005 ::
:: Perceptions of Doctors ::
  Antonio M. Costa Jr.
Long Island University - C.W. Post Campusonline payd
 
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 10. 05. 2005 ::
:: Gender Attitudes and Responses to Jokes ::
  Gloria Cowan and Melanie Bromley
California State University, San Bernardinoonline pa
  You are being asked to participate in a study on gender attitudes and response to jokes. The first purpose is to examine the responses to jokes that are directed toward women. The second purpose is to investigate views toward women. The questionnaire will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 05. 02. 2005 ::
:: Views on Creativity ::
  Melanie Bromley
California State University, San Bernardinoonline pa
  We are investigating people's perceptions of creativity and their opinions on mental illness.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 29. 04. 2005 ::
:: Religion and Health ::
  Christopher Alan Lewis
University of Ulster at Magee Collegeonline payday l
  This study examines the relatsionhsip between religion and health.
Religion and Health (15 Minutes)
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 12. 09. 2006 ::
:: Virtual Memory Experiments: Pattern Recognition Experiment ::
  Stephen Darling
University of Edinburgh
  In this experiment participants are asked to remember visually presented patterns over intervals of a few seconds, and then try and reproduce them using their mouse. It takes about 7 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Perception :: in English :: 25. 07. 2006 ::
:: Perception of different arguments ::
  Hien Nguyen
University of Aberdeen
  In this study, you will be asked to evaluate the position and strength of some arguments discussing nuclear power and renewable sources.
it only takes 10 minutes to complete
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 31. 01. 2006 ::
:: For The Love of the Muse: The Study of Creativity and Romance ::
  Melanie L. Bromley & James C. Kaufman
Department of Psychology, California State University, San Bernardino
  This online psychology research has measures which include various tasks and psychological surveys that look at divergent thinking patterns, personality characteristics, and intimate (sexual) behavior.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Auditory perception: Shepard Tone ::
  Internet Psychology Lab
University of Illinois
  Some recent psychoacoustical research show that the cyclical nature of tones is not necessarily restricted to the octave. Help to find out for sure.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Auditory perception: Mc Gurk Effect ::
  Internet Psychology Lab
University of Illinois
  This effect occurs when we hear and see someone talk. Our experience of speech is cross-modal: we obtain some information from looking at the lips and mouth movements of the talker
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Clinton Free-write Opinion Questionnaire ::
  Scott Tiernan and Yuichi Shoda
University of Washington
 
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 01. 01. 2000 ::
:: Jury Decision Making About Criminal Sentencing ::
  Kevin o'Neil
University of Nebraska
 
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 08. 08. 2004 ::
:: Health and Personality Processes: Links Explored (HAPPLE) ::
  Gareth Hagger-Johnson and Martha Whiteman
The University of Edinburgh
  A secure and encrypted health and personality questionnaire study. A free feedback report is provided on the personality section.
U.K. specific
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 30. 12. 2004 ::
:: Men with childhood sexual experiences: The role of attachment and coping in long-term psychological adjustment ::
  Patricia Lyle, M.S.
Auburn University
  This survey examines both sexual and non-sexual coping responses to stress and how such responses are related to attachment to parents and friends. Additionally, comparisons between men with early sexual experiences and those without such experiences will be possible. This research is a replication and extension of my thesis study in which rates of early sexual experience were near 20% and there was a .43 correlation between parental attachment and the use of sexualized coping behavior when under stress. The current project will examine non-sexual coping as well for similar relationships with attachment.
College students may be able to negotiate with their professors for extra credit for participation
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 28. 08. 2004 ::
:: Relationship Breakup Inventory ::
  Sylvia Buet
University of Ulster
  Research to identify factors involved in the recovery and adjustment of a relationship breakup.
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 23. 07. 2008 ::
:: The Attribution of Sexual Orientation ::
  Zlatko Spralja
  You are invited to participate in a study of the attribution of sexual orientation. The researchers wish to find out what characteristics are relevant when people make attributions about the sexual orientation of another individual. The researchers are interested in the responses of people across a number of social groups. If you decide to participate, some commonly assessed aspects of personality will be collected. You will also be asked about various attitudes and behaviours concerning attribution. There are no right or wrong answers.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 07. 11. 2008 ::
:: Memory for Scars ::
  D. Stephen Lindsay
University of Victoria
  This study is completely anonymous. After answering a few demographic questions (e.g., age, gender, etc.), you will be asked to describe any scars you have on your body. Then you will be asked to report on your memories (if any) of the event that led to each scar. Next you will complete two brief personality measures. Finally, you'll be given an explanation of the purpose of this research project. Those who complete the survey will have the option of entering their names (separately from the rest of their responses) in a lottery for a $100 (Canadian) prize, and will also be able to direct a $5 donation to a worthy cause.
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 30. 01. 2009 ::
:: Relationships & Sex ::
  Kristine M. Chapleau, Debra L. Oswald
Marquette University
  This study is examining attitudes toward men and women. To participate, you must be at least 18 years old. It will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete this survey. All responses are anonymous.
   
archived   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 14. 02. 2010 ::
:: Self-Harm and Personality ::
  Jodie Thomas & Helen Mildred
Deakin University
  We are currently undertaking research which is investigating potential relationships between styles of personality, thoughts and feelings with non-suicidal self-harm behaviour. This research is being conducted via an online questionnaire which takes approximately 25 minutes to complete. Participation is strictly confidential and completely voluntary. If you are over the age of 18 years and are interested in participating in this study, please click on the link below to read more about this research.
   
archived   Other :: in English :: 30. 06. 2010 ::
:: Parent confidence and child healthy weight behaviours. ::
  Marina Nelson
Curtin University of Technology
  The aim of this research is to gain a better understanding of the way parent confidence influences young people’s weight related behaviours, such as eating habits, physical activities and leisure activities. Learning about parent confidence is important; research has shown that parents are crucially influential on child weight behaviours. This research will increase our understanding of overweight and obesity in young people, and help develop better ways of assessing treatments.
Participants must be primary caregivers of children aged between 4 and 17 years.
   
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   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 04. 11. 2010 ::
:: Parental and Spousal Relationships ::
  Dawn Haaz
Chestnut Hill College
  Investigation of the relationship between parental and spousal relationships. Study has been approved by Chestnut Hill College Institutional Review Board (IRB). To be eligible to participate, you must meet the following requirements: 1. Be at least 18 years of age 2. Be a female in a first-time, heterosexual marriage 3. Experienced parental divorce 4. Have had contact of any type (i.e. in-person, phone, mail, or email) with your biological father in the past 12 months. The survey itself will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. You can choose to discontinue this survey at any time. Afterward, all participants will have the option of entering a raffle to win a $50.00 Visa gift card. Your participation in this research is completely voluntary and your answers will remain anonymous. If you have any questions or concerns about the project, you may contact Dawn H. Haaz, MS at dawnhaaz@verizon.net and/or the Chestnut Hill College IRB at 215-248-7048.
   
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   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   Social Psychology :: in English :: 14. 10. 2009 ::
:: Behavior and social preferences (10 min, males only) ::
  Dina Dosmukhambetova, Antony Manstead
Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK
  In this study you will be asked to read several short scenarios and indicate how you would behave in the described situations.
Males only
   
archived   Personality Psychology :: in English :: 17. 11. 2009 ::
:: Dissociation and Second Life ::
  Francesca Collins
Monash University
  Dissociation is when conscious mental processes are compartmentalised from each other. For example, day-dreaming, zoning out while playing computer games and holding a conversation while driving in heavy traffic all involve dissociation of consciousness. The Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES) has been used to measure dissociation for over twenty years. I have found that the questionnaire is equally valid and reliable whether it is delivered via pen and paper or via the Web. Now I would like to find out whether it is just as valid and reliable when delivered in a virtual world like Second Life. Participation involves completing the DES, a 28-question questionnaire which takes about 10 minutes to complete and can be done in your own time. All you need is access to Second Life.
this study takes place in the virtual world, Second Life.
   
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   Clinical Psychology :: in English :: 10. 07. 2009 ::
:: The Sibling Relationship Study ::
  Elizabeth Midlarsky and Mary Elizabeth Hannah
Teachers College, Columbia Universityonline payday l
  If you are 18 or older, we invite you to participate in our anonymous online survey. The core survey takes about 20 minutes to complete.
   
archived   Developmental Psychology :: in English :: 12. 01. 2007 ::
:: Breast, Butt, and Leg Sex Survey ::
  Hanna Aronsson
Stockholm University
  This survey explores the relative importance of three parts of the female body as sexual stimuli. It also investigates whether preferences for typical sexual stimuli relate to less usual preferences by asking questions about some rare sexual preferences. It is part of the Internet Sex Survey Initiative. Your participation will contribute to the understanding of human sexuality, and is greatly appreciated. The only criteria for participation is that you are an adult (aged 18 or older). We remark that no moral judgment is implied with respect to sexual preferences.
See also http://www.intercult.su.se/ISSI/
   
archived   Social Psychology :: in English :: 04. 10. 2006 ::
:: Relationship Views 2 ::
  Michelle Luke, Katherine Carnelley, and Ms Elle Boag
University of Southampton
  The study involves engaging in a visualization task and completing a series of questionnaires about yourself.
The study has been approved by the university's internal review board.
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 27. 02. 2007 ::
:: History Learning 2 ::
  Hal Pashler
Psychology Department at the University of California, San Diegoans
  Read passages and answer questions. Each of two sessions will take 10-15 minutes. Sessions will be from one day to two weeks apart. (You will be sent email reminders for each session.)
   
archived   Cognitve Psychology :: in English :: 01. 02. 2007 ::
:: Judging Other People ::
  A. Walkyria Rivadeneira, Mirta Galesic, Thomas S. Wallsten, Kent L. Norman
University of Maryland, Max Planck Institute for Human Developmenta
  Test your judgment and learn more about the way people think, perceive, and decide.
Replication of previous study
   
archived   Applied Psychology :: in English :: 18. 07. 2007 ::
:: What do you think of your employer? ::
  Sina Bader
University of Tuebingen, Germany
  This study is part of my dissertation project at the University of Tuebingen, Germany