See below for details on a volunteer research assistant opportunity: The MacDonald Lab is looking for volunteer research assistants to help with data collection for various projects beginning in February 2020. Volunteer research assistants will help with various social psychology projects around the lab. Most pressingly, we are looking for RAs to help with a coding task for a big data project. This involves working with spreadsheets and conducting research online. Applicants should: Be in good academic standing Be able to commit at least 8 hours per week (you can set your own hours!) Be highly conscientious and reliable Be […]
While we’re all doing a lot of remote work these days, Academic Success has online supports to help you out! There are two resources that might be of special interest, both of which are running throughout finals season (and will resume in the new year too): You can book an appointment with an Academic Success peer mentor to get fast support with: reading and note-taking for tests, exams and assignments finding motivation and overcoming procrastination when working remotely setting and achieving goals making schedules to manage multiple aspects of your life and your academic expectations knowing and accessing the University’s services and […]
Please see the poster attached for a survey on perceptions of the skills being learned in your psychology courses! Survey link: https://utorontopsych.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2c207Yy6LFMI8U5 OR https://tinyurl.com/psychskillsstudy
See below for a volunteer position: Are you looking for a volunteer position that can be useful for medical school, dental, or grad school? Clinetic is a natural healthcare clinic with multiple health care practitioners that are hoping to make a change in the health industry by helping clients reach their optimal health level. If you are interested in a part-time volunteer position, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Duncan lab is looking for participants! Participate in a virtual experiment about learning and navigating the environment, and earn $10 per hour + bonus! Please see the attached flyer for more information.
See below and the flyer attached for more information: ABOUT US: We are a student-led initiative consisting of graduate students in School/Applied Child Psychology at McGill University. We aim to provide professionals and the community with information on youth development. OUR MISSION is to collaborate with experts who work with youth to provide other professionals and the community with evidenced based information about child development, general and mental health, developmental milestones, and education from infancy to young adulthood.
The Duncan Lab is looking for participants for an fMRI study! Participants will be paid $50 for their time, and can receive a picture of their brain. If you are interested and meet the eligibility criteria, please contact email@example.com with the subject header “fMRI memory experiment”.
Are you interested in the field of organizational-behavior? Want to speak to OB professors and PhD students about their work? The Organizational-Behavior Student Group is hosting an informational seminar. Please see the attached poster for more details: FB event link: https://www.facebook.com/UofTOBSG/?eid=ARAL_HYrpM6InSKvOxWdQgnOtka0mA7KNKNMiAEpsP4LTFZJ4lnPR6v4cmQ7UlEtor0Jbwh9Va50IbzL
Nuralogix invites you to participate in our Lie Detection study! We are looking for participants aged 18+ to come in for one 45-minute session to see if you can successfully lie to our researchers! You will be asked to enter a room and take an item of monetary value. Afterwards, you will enter the study room where you will be asked various questions regarding the items in the room. You will be compensated $10 regardless of your performance, however if you can successfully lie to us, you will receive an additional reward! If you are interested, please email us at […]
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is looking for participants for a study investigating major depression. Our research group is using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and positron emission tomography (PET) scanning to investigate an enzyme in the brain, fatty acid amide hydrolase, in individuals with major depression and healthy controls. We are looking for participants with current major depressive episode to take part in the study. The study involves 4 visits to CAMH:1. Screening interview (we will go over your medical, psychiatric and drug history; complete questionnaires and some learning/memory games)2. MRI scan3. PET scan4. Reimbursement and discharge To be eligible, […]