Current Studies

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Client Acquisition

William James Harris at St Leo University
Recruitment started 2021-03-02 14:19:43

As a practicing financial professional I am contacting you to request your participation in a study on the influence of emotional intellignece on client acquisitions. Participation is voluntraty an you may withdraw at any time. The study is completely anonymous requires no personal or company information. Participants report taking the survey has shrpened thie focus on the emotional and behavioral aspects of prospecting for new clients. If you would like to participate in the study click the link below. Thank you for your participation. https://saintleo.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d6T...
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Bullying, Personality Style and Coping

Constance Victor at Adler University
Recruitment started 2021-02-26 14:34:29

Hello,    My name is Constance Victor, and I am a 5th-year doctoral student at Adler University. My interest is in how bullying impacts people, both at the time of involvement with bullying and their future. This study is dedicated to gaining a greater understanding of the influence of bullying (whether a person was actively involved in the bullying system or not) on a person's personality. It will also look at how people adapt and cope with their environments and how they understand the world. Your participation will help me understand the potential correlation between personality and ...
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Female Sexual Orientation Genetic Study

Yana Raymond at Northshore University Healthsystem
Recruitment started 2021-02-26 13:43:09

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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Bullying, Personality and Coping

Constance Victor at Adler University
Recruitment started 2021-02-22 20:12:46

Hello,  My name is Constance Victor, and I am a 5th-year doctoral student at Adler University. My interest is in how bullying impacts people, both at the time of involvement with bullying and their future. This study is dedicated to gaining a greater understanding of the influence of bullying (whether a person was actively involved in the bullying system or not) on a person's personality. It will also look at how people adapt and cope with their environments and how they understand the world. Your participation will help me understand the potential correlation between personality and the ...
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Looking for Latinx Participants Ages 18-25

Kassandra Cerda at Pace University
Recruitment started 2021-02-16 10:03:32

Leaving home for the first time, establishing new peer relationships, and creating a mature identity are central to the experience of young adults, but how do our familial and cultural ties prepare us for these new ventures? My name is Kassandra Cerda and I am a 4th year doctoral candidate enrolled at Pace University’s School-Clinical Child Psychology Psy.D. program. I would like to invite you to take part in my research study, which examines the impact of culture on identity development. Participation requires completion of a brief survey hosted through Qualtrics. Participants will hav...
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Research Opportunity: Hormones & Eating

Jessica Baker at University Of North Carolina
Recruitment started 2021-02-15 11:34:47

Research Opportunity: Hormones & Eating 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. With your help, we can learn how changes in hormones might lead to changes in certain eating behaviors. You or someone you know might be eligible to join this research study if you:  Are 18-35 years of age Have regular menstrual periods Participation in this research study includes a total of 8 study visits, which will occur over the course of 4 months. Study participants ...
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Take Part in Study about Mental Health and Alcohol/Drug Use

Sophie Pott at University Of Sheffield
Recruitment started 2021-02-03 19:34:25

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 min...
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The integraton of Predictive Analytics in SNFs.

Jacqueline Varner at Capella University
Recruitment started 2021-02-03 16:11:17

I am interested in speaking with 5 - 7 participants for my doctoral capstone project titled "The Integration of Predictive Analytics in Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs)" for approximately 1 hour via Zoom. I am looking for data analytics consultants (or similar professionals) who meet the following criteria:   Participants who have worked with management and SNF staff on the adoption and implementation of predictive analytics software packages or tools and have three or more years of recent hands-on experience. •           Participants should be familiar with the Skilled N...
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Leadership & Information Security

Tina Honey at St Thomas University
Recruitment started 2021-01-26 06:32:55

Hello, I am an executive doctoral student at St. Thomas University and I am conducting a study on the relationship between leadership styles that will aid in creating an information security compliance culture. IF you would like to volunteer for my research, please follow the directions below to complete the survey. Click on the link below to arrive at a log in page. (Creating a login and password is required as it is the only way the system can keep track of the number of licenses, I have purchased for this research survey. By no means does this impede upon the promise of keeping data gath...
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Leadership & Information Security Culture

Tina Honey at St Thomas University
Recruitment started 2021-01-25 10:45:35

Hello, I am an executive doctoral student at St. Thomas University and I am conducting a study on the relationship between leadership styles that will aid in creating an information security compliance culture. IF you would like to volunteer for my research, please follow the directions below to complete the survey. Click on the link below to arrive at a log in page. (Creating a login and password is required as it is the only way the system can keep track of the number of licenses, I have purchased for this research survey. By no means does this impede upon the promise of keeping data gath...
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