Current Studies

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Shaping attention using a metronome task: Questionnaires

Shahd Al-janabi at Charles Darwin University
Recruitment started 2020-06-25 01:21:56

Compensation: Random drawing for 20 gift cards valued at AUD$20 in your own currencyLocation: https://tinyurl.com/ATTNQs
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Describe connection to Baptist Faith

Rodrick Hollis at Capella University
Recruitment started 2020-06-23 22:13:26

Hello, I, Rodrick, is conducting a qualitative research dissertation study on how African Americans, ages 30-39, describe their connection, disconnection, and interactions with their Bapist faith community and doctrine. It is appreciated in considering participation. The interview process will not go beyond 1 hr. Confidentiality will be kept per IRB and college board standards for all participants. You have the right to withdraw from study at any time during the interview process. I will be gathering some demographics as follows: race, age, education, gender, and religious affiliation. A i...
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What affects how you act? Predictors of COVID behaviours

Shahd Al-janabi at Charles Darwin University
Recruitment started 2020-06-20 19:58:35

  Compensation: Random drawing for gift card valued at AUD$20 in your own currencyLocation: https://tinyurl.com/ATTNSTUDY
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Video Game Research Study 061620-5

Shannon Nebeker at Bellevue University
Recruitment started 2020-06-16 16:17:58

Dear Sir or Madam,  My name is Shannon Nebeker and I am a doctoral student in the business department at Bellevue University. I am working on my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn Youssef-Morgan. I am writing to you, today, to invite you to participate in a study entitled “The psychological effects of video games.” The study involves a 12-question survey, followed by a period of video game play (one hour per day for three weeks), and concludes with a second 12-question survey. Play time will be tracked, but no performance data will be recorded.  Some demographic info...
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Video Game Research Study 061620-4

Shannon Nebeker at Bellevue University
Recruitment started 2020-06-16 16:12:06

Dear Sir or Madam,  My name is Shannon Nebeker and I am a doctoral student in the business department at Bellevue University. I am working on my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn Youssef-Morgan. I am writing to you, today, to invite you to participate in a study entitled “The psychological effects of video games.” The study involves a 12-question survey, followed by a period of video game play (one hour per day for three weeks), and concludes with a second 12-question survey. Play time will be tracked, but no performance data will be recorded.  Some demographic info...
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Video Game Research Study 061620-3

Shannon Nebeker at Bellevue University
Recruitment started 2020-06-16 16:09:28

Dear Sir or Madam,  My name is Shannon Nebeker and I am a doctoral student in the business department at Bellevue University. I am working on my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn Youssef-Morgan. I am writing to you, today, to invite you to participate in a study entitled “The psychological effects of video games.” The study involves a 12-question survey, followed by a period of video game play (one hour per day for three weeks), and concludes with a second 12-question survey. Play time will be tracked, but no performance data will be recorded.  Some demographic info...
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Video Game Research Study 061620-2

Shannon Nebeker at Bellevue University
Recruitment started 2020-06-16 16:06:52

Dear Sir or Madam,  My name is Shannon Nebeker and I am a doctoral student in the business department at Bellevue University. I am working on my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn Youssef-Morgan. I am writing to you, today, to invite you to participate in a study entitled “The psychological effects of video games.” The study involves a 12-question survey, followed by a period of video game play (one hour per day for three weeks), and concludes with a second 12-question survey. Play time will be tracked, but no performance data will be recorded.  Some demographic info...
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Video Game Research Study 061620

Shannon Nebeker at Bellevue University
Recruitment started 2020-06-16 16:02:51

Dear Sir or Madam,  My name is Shannon Nebeker and I am a doctoral student in the business department at Bellevue University. I am working on my dissertation, under the supervision of Dr. Carolyn Youssef-Morgan. I am writing to you, today, to invite you to participate in a study entitled “The psychological effects of video games.” The study involves a 12-question survey, followed by a period of video game play (one hour per day for three weeks), and concludes with a second 12-question survey. Play time will be tracked, but no performance data will be recorded.  Some demographic info...
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Sisters of Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors

Nakia Hubbard at Adler University
Recruitment started 2020-06-15 14:08:37

My name is Nakia Hubbard and I am a 5th year doctoral student at Adler University. I am currently seeking interested individuals to participate in a study that will investigate the relationship between co-surviving sisters of childhood sexual abuse. The purpose of this study is to gain an understanding of the lived experience of being disclosed to and providing support to a sister who survived childhood sexual abuse.   I am looking for participants who meet the following criteria: Are female Are between the ages of 18 and 25 Have a sister who experienced ongoing or repeated sexual a...
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What affects how you act? Attention and attitudes

Shahd Al-janabi at Charles Darwin University
Recruitment started 2020-06-14 03:16:58

Have you ever wanted to partake in Psychology research? This opportunity is your chance! You are invited to take part in an online study conducted by Charles Darwin University on the way in which your life experiences affects to what information you attend in your visual environment. Should you agree to participate in this study, you would be asked to complete an online questionnaire (approx. 35-mins) that asks questions about demography, attitudes and personality. Based on your responses, and if you are interested, then you may be contacted for participation in an online computer game....
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