Hello! The Ito-LiMBiC & Lee-MTL Labs at UTSC are looking to recruit alcohol drinking participants, aged 18-25, to participate in a 2 hour online research study on cognitive processing. You’ll be compensated $10/hr for your time.If you are interested in partaking in this study and fit the eligibility criteria, please call us at 416-208-5128 or email us at ETOHSTUDYRECRUITMENTUTSC@GMAIL.COM!
U of T SPRINT is looking for volunteers! The U of T Summer Psychology Research Initiative (SPRINT) Program is an outreach program for underrepresented high school students, who are interested in learning about psychology and gaining research experience. This role will be an excellent experience if you are an undergraduate psychology student, interested in EDI initiatives, program planning, psychology instruction, and mentorship. See flyer for more information!
See below for an opportunity to participate in a research study. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to meet other psychology students? Or show off your psychology knowledge to win some gift cards? Come join our PSA Trivia Night on January 27th, 2022 at 4:00-5:30 PM EST. This is a great opportunity for you to connect with other students in psychology and take a break from studying. Everyone is welcome! Sign up form: https://forms.gle/xUmR6aKjtt8Zyv417
The Centre for Mind and Morality, under the direction of Dr. Paul Bloom, at the University of Toronto St. George is seeking 1-2 undergraduate research assistant volunteers for the Winter 2022 semester. This role will be to assist with an ongoing project about how children’s diet choices relate to different personality and cognitive traits and moral decisions. The role will be to primarily assist with recruiting child participants who identify as vegetarian using online sources (e.g., social media). Other tasks may include, but are not limited to: creating new recruitment materials, emailing and communicating with parents and families, running child […]
Participants Needed! For a high-fidelity driving simulator study on driving behavior If you • Are able to drive without glasses (contact lenses are allowed), • Can read and speak English • Have at least G2 license or equivalent for over 3 years Location: Rosebrugh Building (RS) 164 College St. Toronto, ON M5S 3G8 Duration: approximately 3 hours Compensation: $14/hr + up to $8 bonus To get started, fill out this short screening questionnaire: http://s.alchemer-ca.com/s3/b6c1cbc69468 For more information, contact Suzan Ayas at email@example.com
The Psychology of Emerging Adulthood Research Lab (PEARL) at the University of Toronto is seeking 2 undergraduate research volunteers to assist with coding data for a study on the experiences of undergraduate students who have taken a leave of absence from university due to a mental health concern. Senior undergraduate students are encouraged to apply. Previous experience with coding interviews and/or NVivo is an asset, but not required. All research tasks will be conducted virtually at this time. Please send your CV and a brief statement of interest to: Abby Goldstein firstname.lastname@example.org and Mira Dhaliwal email@example.com For further information about the PEARL, please […]