Current Studies

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Get paid to text about food? Recruiting participants

Jonathan Kershaw at Bowling Green State University
Recruitment started 2021-01-22 13:24:34

Hello, We are recruiting participants for a text-message based study about dietary protein consumption. If you qualify, you will be asked to complete 3 pre-surveys (general questionnaire and two dietary assessments), receive 2-3 text messages/week for 8 weeks, and 3 post-surveys (general questionnaire and two dietary assessments). The approximate total time to complete the six distinct surveys is 2 to 3 hours. You will receive a $10 Amazon.com e-gift card for completing the first 3 surveys and a $15 Amazon.com e-gift card for completing the last 3 surveys. If you are interested, please com...
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Female Sexual Orientation GWAS Research Study

Yana Raymond at Northshore University Healthsystem
Recruitment started 2021-01-22 13:19:24

Dr. Alan Sanders and his team at NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) are searching for genes that influence female sexual orientation. Our study will look for genes that may influence some women in ways that they become lesbian, bisexual, straight, queer, etc. Sexual orientation is a fundamental trait of great scientific interest. Understanding the origins of sexual orientation will enable us to learn a great deal about sexual motivation, sexual identity, gender identity and sex differences. Our primary goals are scientific, but we also are hopeful for greater societal understa...
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Female Sexual Orientation Research

Yana Raymond at Northshore University Healthsystem
Recruitment started 2021-01-20 16:10:46

Dr. Alan Sanders and his team at NorthShore University HealthSystem (NorthShore) are searching for genes that influence female sexual orientation.Our study will look for genes that may influence some women in ways that they become lesbian, bisexual, straight, queer, etc. Sexual orientation is a fundamental trait of great scientific interest. Understanding the origins of sexual orientation will enable us to learn a great deal about sexual motivation, sexual identity, gender identity and sex differences. Our primary goals are scientific, but we also are hopeful for greater societal understand...
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Want to get paid to text about food? Recruiting participants

Jonathan Kershaw at Bowling Green State University
Recruitment started 2021-01-19 12:51:14

Hello, We are recruiting participants for a text-message based study about dietary protein consumption. If you qualify, you will be asked to complete 3 pre-surveys (general questionnaire and two dietary assessments), receive 2-3 text messages/week for 8 weeks, and 3 post-surveys (general questionnaire and two dietary assessments). The approximate total time to complete the six distinct surveys is 2 to 3 hours. You will receive a $10 Amazon.com e-gift card for completing the first 3 surveys and a $15 Amazon.com e-gift card for completing the last 3 surveys. If you are interested, please com...
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Seeking Bug Chasers and/or Gift Givers

Airriell Thomas at Adler University
Recruitment started 2021-01-18 22:08:30

My name is Airriell Thomas and I am a 5th year doctoral student at Adler University. Personal and professional experiences with chronic illness, including HIV, have fueled this dissertation study. It is dedicated to gaining greater understanding of the motivations behind one’s participation in “bug chasing” (sometimes referred to as ‘pozzing’) or “gift giving”. Your participation will help me and other members of the professional community better understand what may be attractive about bug chasing as the well as associated challenges. The goal in gathering this information is ...
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New Research Study Opportunity

Jessica Baker at University Of North Carolina
Recruitment started 2021-01-13 09:44:39

Research Opportunity: Hormones & Eating Many people report that they eat more before their menstrual period. But we don’t yet know exactly which hormones are involved in this change or why this change occurs. The Univeristy of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is trying to better understand how female reproductive hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone, impact eating behaviors in people who may experience certain types of unhealthy eating habits such as overeating. With your help, we can learn how changes in hormones might lead to overeating. You or someone you know might be eligible to...
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Have you used Alcohol or Drugs in the Past Year?

Sophie Pott at University Of Sheffield
Recruitment started 2021-01-07 07:16:42

Hi,My name is Sophie Pott and I’m a PhD researcher from the Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield.We are currently conducting a study on mental health and substance use in the UK. The aim is to develop a better understanding of relationships between different patterns of alcohol/drug use, mental health behaviours and the experience of common mental health symptoms.  Anyone aged 18-65 who currently lives in the UK can take part It's a 2-part study: you will be asked to complete 2 online questionnaires spaced 4 weeks apart. The first questionnaire takes around 15 minu...
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Job satisfaction among expatriates

Edgar Mendiola at Capella University
Recruitment started 2021-01-06 20:45:29

INFORMED CONSENT FORM Study Title: Job satisfaction among expatriates Researcher: Edgar Mendiola Email Address: emendiola@capellauniversity.edu Telephone Number: (435-518-5068) Research Supervisor: Dr. Marc Muchnick Email Address: Mark.muchnick@capella.edu You are invited to be part of a research study. The researcher is a doctoral learner at Capella University in the School of [Business and Technology]. The information in this form is provided to help you decide if you want to participate. The form describes what you will do during the study and the risks and benefits of the study. If yo...
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Seeking Couples Who Are Moving Together

Kristena Disalvo at University Of Toronto
Recruitment started 2021-01-04 17:36:15

Are you in a romantic relationship and plan to relocate with your partner in the near future? Are you interested in being involved in psychological research? If so, then our study would be a great fit for you! My name is Kristena, and I am a research assistant from the Relationships and Well-Being (RAW) Lab at the University of Toronto. Our lab studies romantic relationships and what factors are responsible for keeping couples healthy and happy over time. More specifically, we are launching a study that tracks couples who are going to relocate to a different city or country for one partner...
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Researching Veterans Incarceration after Discharge

Michelle Rhymes at Adler University
Recruitment started 2021-01-04 12:45:50

PARTICIPANTS NEEDED!DOCTORATE IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSY.D.) DISSERTATION PURPOSEThe purpose of this study is to understand how OEF/OIF veterans become incarcerated after discharging from the military. I am interested if after you were discharged, you encountered any difficulties such as challenges with mental illness, substance abuse, unemployment, or poor support, and if those challenges contributed to your incarceration. Your stories are important to me because veterans face stressful situations that might increase the likelihood that they will become incarcerated. I am a trainee in ps...
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