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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Is dietary inflammation effecting your energy levels?

Samantha B Kalb at San Jose State University (sso)
Recruitment started 2021-07-23 15:29:48

  Hello, We are seeking healthy adults to particpate in a graduate nutrition research project.  Specifically, this research is examining correlations between the dietary inflammatory potential of a meal, and the level of sleepiness you feel after your meal. Participation involves a short survey and dietary recall about 1 hour after a meal and will take about 15-30 minutes to complete.  Participants must be at least 18 years old and are able to read English, but not pregnant, breastfeeding, or have a serious diagnosed medical condition. All interested participants will be entered to...
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Have you ever had someone stuck in your head?

Daniel Waldeck at Coventry University
Recruitment started 2021-07-19 03:00:33

Study Title- Testing the Validity of the Limerence Scale   You are invited to take part in this research study that tests the validity of a new scale of limerence.  Limerence is an extreme form of unexpected feelings of connection to one person. For the purposes of this study Limerence is defined as “An involuntary potentially life-changing state of adoration and attachment to a Limerent object, involving intrusive and obsessive thoughts, feelings and behaviors, from euphoria to despair, contingent on perceived emotional reciprocation”.  Dr Daniel Waldeck—Lecturer in Psycholog...
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Have you ever got someone else stuck in your head?

Daniel Waldeck at Coventry University
Recruitment started 2021-07-19 02:58:40

Study Title- Testing the Validity of the Limerence Scale   You are invited to take part in this research study that tests the validity of a new scale of limerence.  Limerence is an extreme form of unexpected feelings of connection to one person. For the purposes of this study Limerence is defined as “An involuntary potentially life-changing state of adoration and attachment to a Limerent object, involving intrusive and obsessive thoughts, feelings and behaviors, from euphoria to despair, contingent on perceived emotional reciprocation”.  Dr Daniel Waldeck—Lecturer in Psycholog...
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Testing the Limerence Scale

Daniel Waldeck at Coventry University
Recruitment started 2021-07-19 02:56:29

  Study Title- Testing the Validity of the Limerence Scale   You are invited to take part in this research study that tests the validity of a new scale of limerence.  Limerence is an extreme form of unexpected feelings of connection to one person. For the purposes of this study Limerence is defined as “An involuntary potentially life-changing state of adoration and attachment to a Limerent object, involving intrusive and obsessive thoughts, feelings and behaviors, from euphoria to despair, contingent on perceived emotional reciprocation”.  Dr Daniel Waldeck—Lecturer in Psych...
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Have you ever got someone stuck in your head?

Daniel Waldeck at Coventry University
Recruitment started 2021-07-19 02:52:46

Study Title - Testing the Validity of the Limerence Scale   You are invited to take part in this research study that tests the validity of a new scale of limerence.  Limerence is an extreme form of unexpected feelings of connection to one person. For the purposes of this study Limerence is defined as “An involuntary potentially life-changing state of adoration and attachment to a Limerent object, involving intrusive and obsessive thoughts, feelings and behaviors, from euphoria to despair, contingent on perceived emotional reciprocation”.  Dr Daniel Waldeck—Lecturer in Psycholo...
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Research Opportunity: University of North Carolina

Jessica Baker at University Of North Carolina
Recruitment started 2021-07-13 15:57:43

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 University of North Carolina is trying to better understand how female reproductive hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone, impact eating behaviors.  You or someone you know might be eligible to join this research study if you: Are 18-42 years of age Have regular menstrual periods Participation in this research study includes a total of 8 study visits, which ...
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45 minute Decision Making Study over Zoom Audio

Cayce Jamil at Uncc
Recruitment started 2021-07-12 16:15:36

We are seeking individuals to participate in a study on decision making in small groups. This study is being conducted by Cayce Jamil, a doctoral student in Public Policy, under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Dippong in the Department of Sociology at UNC Charlotte. Participation in the study will be conducted virtually over Zoom audio. If eligible, you will be scheduled for a 30-minute research session, during which you complete a series of brief computer-based tests and participate in a short conversation with a task partner. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old and have no h...
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45 minute Decision-Making Study over Zoom Audio

Cayce Jamil at Uncc
Recruitment started 2021-07-12 16:14:11

We are seeking individuals to participate in a study on decision-making in small groups. This study is being conducted by Cayce Jamil, a doctoral student in Public Policy, under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Dippong in the Department of Sociology at UNC Charlotte. Participation in the study will be conducted virtually over Zoom audio. If eligible, you will be scheduled for a 30-minute research session, during which you complete a series of brief computer-based tests and participate in a short conversation with a task partner. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old and have no h...
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Daily Activity Study of Health - Northeastern University

Lauren Voso at Northeastern University
Recruitment started 2021-07-09 10:02:11

Hello, My name is Calvin and I am from the Center for Cognitive and Brain Health at Northeastern University. I found your contact through findparticipants.com and I am reaching out to see if you have any interest in our Daily Activity Study of Health (DASH). The study is funded by the National Institute on Aging and will examine changes in emotion, thinking, and daily activities in older adulthood. We are looking for adults 60-95 years old who can walk without assistance or much difficulty and have access to a computer with internet at home. Once started, this study lasts for 3 months, an...
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45 minute Decision-Making Study over Zoom Audio

Cayce Jamil at Uncc
Recruitment started 2021-07-08 15:28:51

We are seeking individuals to participate in a study on decision-making in small groups. This study is being conducted by Cayce Jamil, a doctoral student in Public Policy, under the supervision of Dr. Joseph Dippong in the Department of Sociology at UNC Charlotte. Participation in the study will be conducted virtually over Zoom audio. If eligible, you will be scheduled for a 30-minute research session, during which you complete a series of brief computer-based tests and participate in a short conversation with a task partner. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old and have no h...
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