Current Studies

Interested in seeing what FindParticipants researchers are up to? Here are a few of the current research studies being sent to participants...

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Initial Trust Formation in a Blockchain Environment

Matti Klinsmann at Ebs Business School
Recruitment started 2019-01-20 18:59:33

Hello everyone, I'm currently conducting a study on initial trust formation in a Blockchain environment for my master thesis. The Blockchain is a relatively new technology that powers many different use cases with cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin as the most prominent ones. The survey will take approx. 10 minutes and no prior knowledge about the technology is needed. Everything you need to know will be explained during the survey. Thank you for your support!Compensation: Random Drawing for two 25€ Amazon VouchersLocation: https://ebs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eVPZ0PhvBldWLRj
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Wanted: Married Adults to take Marriage Survey

Elizabeth Reyes-fournier at Keiser University
Recruitment started 2019-01-19 12:49:21

  Are you a married adult? Please take 5-10 minutes to complete the attached survey.  Description of study: Marriage is considered a 50/50 proposition with nearly half of all couples divorcing. Marital Satisfaction depends on the level of happiness the individuals feel about their marriage, the couple’s perceptions and beliefs regarding marriage and the quality of their marital interaction. To date, most of the research concerning marital quality is focused on what hurts a marriage. This research will focus on exploring the role of making meaning, prospection, and self-determination ...
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Study Aiming To Improve Immigrants' Rights

Erin Yip at Adler University
Recruitment started 2019-01-18 02:48:04

Erin Yip, from Adler University, is currently seeking interested individuals to participate in a study designed to learn about the lived experiences of families who have faced parental deportation. The purpose of this study is to better understand how forced separation, such as parental deportation, impacts the family system and family dynamics. There is limited research regarding the effects of deportation. For this reason, I am investigating how parental deportation impacts the family system and family dynamics. My hope for this study is to expand the existing literature on deportation an...
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Improving TUI website for searching and booking holidays

Matthew Hyslop at Loughborough University
Recruitment started 2019-01-17 11:48:24

Hi! I am working with TUI and EY to improve their mobile booking experience and would like you to fill out our questionnaire for a research survey we are conducting if you have booked with them before. :) The study takes 5 minutes!  I am a graduate from Loughborough University, conducting research for a brief TUI has presented us with to help them. Thank you very much, Matthew HyslopCompensation: Improving holidays for UK public :)Location: https://goo.gl/forms/TgGKNBZF6rVe0uTt2
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Psychology Study - Job Application Processes

Ashley Poole at University College London
Recruitment started 2019-01-17 09:25:22

Hello!  Please take part in my online psychology survey, you will be entered to win a $50 amazon card using the email address you leave at the end of the survey. I would be incredibly grateful if you could take part in my online survey. The aim of my research is to improve processes that organisations use to recruit graduates by and to make this fairer and more accessible to everyone. I am a student psychology researcher at University College London and this survey will examine how you feel about being assessed in a job application process. This survey focuses on two different methods o...
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Bilateral Attraction: The Fluidity of Human Sexuality

Sherry Punch at Saybrook University
Recruitment started 2019-01-17 07:39:33

Greetings! My name is Sherry Punch, and I'll be leading a dissertation research study at Saybrook University. I invite you to participate in this study introducing a new concept called bilateral attraction. Participation includes completing an online survey that involves questions relating to sexuality and stigma. Everyone’s story can empower and inspire others. This is the benefit of adding a piece of your story to the study. A donation will be given to one of three charities on behalf of your supporting this cause. Peace and love be with each of you in consideration of your participatio...
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Do you see what I see? On-line Perception Study

Anna Mas-casadesús at The University Of Edinburgh
Recruitment started 2019-01-15 10:34:14

Dear FindParticipants member, Complete a series of on-line questionnaires and tests about you and your perceptual experiences and stand a chance to win one of our 2 x £100 or 10 x £50 vouchers! Criteria for participation: Be currently living in the UK Be proficient at English Be between 18-40 years-old Not be colour-blind The study should take around 60 minutes to be completed and can be accessed here:  https://edinburgh.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1KUVIwgxsDLidqR If you have any problems or doubts, do not hesitate to write to me at a.mascasadesus@ed.ac.uk. Best wishes, ...
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Are you, or do you know, a gay veteran of OIF or OEF?

Christopher White at Adler University
Recruitment started 2019-01-12 16:11:25

Seeking gay male veterans of either OIF or OEF for a qualitative study on the coming out experiences since the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. Participants will be interviewed over the phone (or in person if they are in the Colorado Springs/Denver area) for approximately 45 - 90 minutes and compensated with a $20 visa/amex card. Compensation: $20 visa/amex cardLocation: Colorado Springs, CO
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Want to walk more in 2019?

Yujun Liu at Brandeis University
Recruitment started 2019-01-11 15:04:59

Hello!Recent research has found that walking regularly can help improve memory, attention, and decision-making, as well as reduce both stress and the risk of cognitive decline. The Boston Roybal Center (RALI Boston) and Lifespan Lab at Brandeis University are looking for individuals ages 50 and above to take part in a one-month study investigating the use of a walking app to increase physical activity. The study can be completed entirely via the phone and internet – there is no need to come to the lab.The RALI Boston Step Mate study involves using an iPhone app to keep track of steps tak...
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Stanford Emotions and Cancer Caregiving Study

James Gross at Stanford University
Recruitment started 2019-01-10 16:35:54

Are you a non-recurrent breast cancer patient, or close to someone affected by non-recurrent breast cancer? Researchers at Stanford University’s Department of Psychology are seeking volunteers for a study on the role of emotions in cancer caregiving. Our Goals: The purpose of this study is to learn how the emotions involved in cancer caregiving affect caregiver and patient health. We define caregivers as people close to the patient who provide support in any way, such as a family member, romantic partner, or friend. Who is Eligible: Women with a non-recurrent breast cancer diagnos...
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