Food Industry Worker Participant Recruitment

I hope you are all doing well! My name is Siham, and I am a fourth-year psychology student at the University of Regina. I am working on a project with Dr. Andrew Stevens ( that investigates inequalities in the foodservice industry that have emerged as a result of COVID-19. For this study, we are recruiting participants in Ontario who work in the food-service industry or have worked in the food-service industry during the pandemic. This interview will take place over zoom, and participants will be compensated $25 for their time. Please contact me ( to set up a zoom meeting to […]

Driving Behavior Study: Participant Recruitment

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: For more information, contact Suzan Ayas at

Identity, Diversity, and Inclusion Lab

Do you use more than one name in your daily life? Maybe Jianmeng and Jenni? Or Gurinder and Gary? Are you also from an East Asian or South Asian cultural background? If so, we want to hear from you! The Identity, Diversity, and Inclusion Lab is looking for students who may be interested in participating in a 1-hour Zoom interview. This research focuses on learning how people use different names within different contexts in their lives. If you’d like to share your thoughts and experiences, consider taking part in this study. As a token of our appreciation, participants will be given […]

Study at Internal Attention Lab

We are recruiting participants for a study which examines the relationship between our thoughts and psychological health. This study requires you to provide some demographic information and complete a set of questionnaires about your attentional states and well-being. You are eligible to participate if you are able to read, write and speak English, and are currently an undergraduate student enrolled in any Canadian universities or a recent graduate. The University of Calgary Conjoint Faculties Research Ethics Board has approved this research study (REB21-0542). You will be entered to win one of four $50 gift cards for participating. Visit this website ( for […]

Study at CAMH

Please see below for info on participating in a study at CAMH: ▶️ Are you an adult between the ages of 18-65?▶️ Are you planning on or currently starting Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?▶️ Are you experiencing some depressive symptoms? ▶️ Do you own a smart phone? ✅ If all of the above apply to you, you may be eligible to participate in METS study. 📌 What is this research about? 📌🧠 The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is seeking individuals aged 18-65 in Ontario who are starting or about to start cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with a licensed mental health […]

Study at the Youth Mental Health and Technology lab

The Youth Mental Health and Technology lab is conducting a study on young people’s (17-30) experiences seeking help for mental health concerns in BC, Ontario, and Quebec in the past 5 years. All participants will have the opportunity to enter a draw to win ONE of THREE $100 gift cards. Please see below for more details and to access the link to the survey! English Survey: French Survey:

Study at CAMH

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is seeking individuals aged 18-65 who are starting cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with a licensed mental health professional. We are interested in examining changes to your emotional experiences over treatment. Participants must be experiencing some depressive symptoms (e.g., low mood, fatigue) but a formal diagnosis of depression is not required. What’s involved: One baseline interview (conducted online) and weekly surveys sent to your smartphone while you complete CBT for up to 12 weeks. All procedures are completed remotely. All participants will be compensated for their time and have the chance to request a […]

OISE Research Study on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

Dr. Chloe Hamza’s CARE lab at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto is currently conducting a study to better understand the impact of nonsuicidal self-injury on people who know someone who self-injures (e.g., peer, romantic partner). Recent research suggests that as many as 1 in 5 post-secondary students engages in nonsuicidal self-injury (self-harm without lethal intent). While there are many resources to help people who self-injure, there is not much support for people who care for and support people who self-injure. This work is important as peers are overwhelmingly the ones who are […]