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.
Please see the attached flyer for a research assistant opportunity!
Welcome to PURC! The Psychology Undergraduate Research Club is a new community we are seeking to build. We hope it will create a venue for undergraduates to develop professional skills and learn more about psychological research. Depending on interest, this group could meet on a weekly basis, offering a variety of presentation opportunities for undergraduates and incorporating guest speakers to provide career development and exposure to work in the field. For Fall 2020, the group will meet over Zoom and the time will be determined once this survey is completed and a mailing list is generated. We hope the group will span all […]
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 […]
Please see the flyer below for an undergraduate research assistant position for a social psychology/organizational behaviour research project:
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 […]
The Psychology Students’ Association at the University of Toronto (St. George) stands in solidarity with and in support of the black community, who have been unfairly treated and brutalized by racial injustices. In light of the Black Lives Matter movement, we would like to pause, reflect, and learn about systemic racism in academia and in particular, psychology. Psychology is a field that people often look to in order to answer questions about racism. What kind of stereotypes do people have about black people? How do these prejudices manifest? What can be done to combat racism? However, it is also important […]
The T1 Agency, just like any other small to large business has been affected in a someway due to COVID-19. T1 employees have been faced with many difficulties in some way within the last few months with wage cuts, quickly adapting to a work from home life, the fear of job loss, and the added stresses for parents.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀We would greatly appreciate having someone of expertise to speak to our team (via zoom) about how to manage/ cope these kind of stresses. As well, offering advice to managers on how to communicate effectively to staff working through this and tips on how […]
The Social Perception and Cognition Lab is seeking applications for volunteer research assistant (RA) positions to begin Fall 2020. The RA will work on studies examining person perception, non-verbal cues, and personality. Applicants should be able to commit to 8-10 hours a week.Experience with Java, Python, and/or R would be a bonus! To learn more and to submit an application, pleasevisit http://www2.psych.utoronto.ca/users/rule/join.html and click on the link to the volunteer application form. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your cover letter, CV, unofficial transcript, and a filled out application.”