The Human Factors and Applied Statistics Lab (HFASt) of the department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto invites you to participate in an online survey study. Duration: Approximately 20 minutes Compensation: A chance to win 100 CAD gift card (odds of winning ~ 1 in 20) To qualify for the study you: must have a valid Ontario driver’s license must live in Ontario, Canada must have driven fairly regularly in urban environments, prior to the COVID-19 outbreak be 18 to 25 years old Please use the following link to access the survey: https://bit.ly/334y3iD If you have any questions, you can […]
Questionnaire 1:We are searching for participants to take part in a study on how romantic relationships can effect cognition, self-esteem, and self-concept. The study can be completed online and will take one hour or less. All participants will be entered into a draw for one of fifteen $15 amazon gift cards. All participants will also receive information about their own personality traits and attachment style. Participants are eligible if: They have been in or are currently in a romantic relationship that has lasted for 4 months or more They are fluent in English They are 18 years or older For […]
Dear fellow students, We are looking for Canadian students studying in psychology programs to complete a national survey of student research practices. The purpose of this study is to assess students’ current awareness, knowledge of, and attitudes towards the replication crisis and open science, as well as their attitudes towards and usage of various research practices within the field of psychological science. To be eligible to participate in this study, you must be over the age of 18 years and currently enrolled in psychology program (undergraduate, graduate) or completing a post-doctoral fellowship in psychology at a Canadian academic institution. The […]
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 firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header “fMRI memory experiment”.
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, […]
The Computational Cognitive Development Lab at the University of Toronto (downtown campus) is looking for adults to participate in a 15-20 minute computer study for $5! Participants must be 18+ years, have no form of colour blindness, and have not participated previously in the study. If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com with your availability.
The Poirot study in the Memory and Perception Lab investigates aspects of episodic memory. In this study, we ask participants to come into our lab to watch an episode of a TV show – Agatha Christie’s Poirot. If you have seen any episodes of this show, please inform your experimenter prior to scheduling. After viewing the episode in lab and filling out some questionnaires, we send you home with a FitBit device to measure your physical activity and sleep patterns, all while going about your day as usual. [We also may ask you to log on to our website to […]
The Cognitive Engineering Lab is recruiting participants for an ongoing Human Factors experiment that investigates the accuracy and precision of the eye tracking technology integrated in the FOVE Virtual Reality headset. We are specifically looking for participants with dark brown/black eyes. Participants will be paid $15/hr for approximately 1hrs of their time. Please see the attached recruitment letter for additional information.
Are you a second-year student who has to balance EMPLOYMENT and STUDYING? Tell your story! Click here to find out more about participating in the Hard Working Student (HWS) research project! https://wordpress.oise.utoronto.ca/hardwork Participants will be compensated for their time.