Participants Needed for a Study on Academic Experience The Peterson Lab is conducting a study to learn about student experience in an undergraduate setting. We need UofT students from the Faculty of Arts and Science in their second year or higher (at least 5.0 credits) to participate. The study will consist of filling out a series of questionnaires and will take approximately 1 hour. You will be compensated with $10 for your participation and also have the opportunity to have up to $5 donated to your choice of one of the following charities: *Canadian Cancer Society *Amnesty International […]
Volunteer Research Assistant Opportunity Lab: Ryan Lab Website: http://research.baycrest.org/jryan Description: Ryan Lab is seeking volunteer research assistants to assist with participant recruitment, testing participants (younger and older adults) and data management. Will gain experience using eyetracking technology and administering cognitive assessments. Please note that the position will be at the Rotman Research Institute at Baycrest Hospital (3560 Bathurst St). Requirements: Student in 2nd year or higher with a strong academic background and a passion for psychology. Research experience an asset. 10 hr/ week minimum time commitment. Contact: To apply, please send unofficial transcript and CV to Arber Kacollja at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you experience sexual violence involving the use of technology? We are looking for female undergraduate students to participate in a study about the effects of technology-facilitated sexual violence. Participation would involve completion of a short online survey in which you would be asked about your experiences of technology-facilitated sexual assault and your wellbeing. You will be compensated for your participation with the opportunity to receive an Amazon.ca giftcard! For more information about the study please go to surveys.oise.utoronto.ca/surveyviewer2/index.php?surveyID=FLSIP
The Scott Research lab at the University of Toronto (OISE) is recruiting volunteer research assistants! The study is on the impact of parenting interventions for mothers and children with a history of trauma, and fathers with a history/risk of child maltreatment. This is an exceptional opportunity for students with an interest in graduate studies and/or a career in psychology, social work, or mental health related fields. RAs will gain varied experience working with adult and child clinical populations, and will receive training in administering a wide variety of research measurements, including: child and adult self-report questionnaires, parent-child/parent-parent live interaction tasks, […]
TWO RESEARCH COORDINATOR POSITIONS Dr. Kate Harkness of the Mood Research Lab in the Department of Psychology, Queen’s University is hiring ONE full-time research co-ordinator and ONE half-time (.50 FTE) research coordinator for the CAN-BIND Project, a pan-Canadian study of biomarkers in depression funded by the Ontario Brain Institute and the Ontario Mental Health Foundation. Start dates are flexible (May 1 or June 1, 2016) and both positions will continue through March 31, 2017, with the option for renewing for a second year. Duties for both positions include the following: – calling and scheduling participants – liaising with project personnel […]
Earn 10$ for participating in 1 hour psychology studies! The Adult Development Lab at the University of Toronto is looking to recruit participants for a paid psychology study on media and attitudes. We are looking for male and female participants who regularly use the internet, play video games, or watch TV. Individuals who participate will be compensated $10 for an hour of their time. Please email UofTMediaStudies@gmail.com with the subject line Media and Attitudes Study if you are interested!
Research Assistants Needed – Children’s Racial Bias Study 2-3 research assistants are needed for a study on children’s racial bias. The study will take place at the Ontario Science Centre on weekends and will involve playing game-like research tasks with children and interacting with parents and families. The volunteer positions are 6-10 hours per week and are ideally suited for those in their second or third year of psychology though all students may apply. Weekend availability is essential. Experience working with young children or in research settings is preferred but is not required as training will be provided for everyone. Please email email@example.com to apply! […]