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The University of Surrey, United Kingdom
This research project aims to learn more about the experiences of mothers/ birthing parents with Type 1 Diabetes during pregnancy, birth, and the post-partum period. If you identify as a new mother/ birthing parent with Type 1 Diabetes, you may be eligible to take part in this online survey focused on better understanding the psychological needs of this population during the perinatal period. We hope to use this information to improve services for mothers/ birthing parents with Type 1 Diabetes.
Duration: 20 minutes
Criteria: 18+, mother/ birthing parent to child under 1, type 1 diabetes diagnosis
Derby University, United Kingdom
I am looking for participants to take part in a study looking at the relationship between dyslexia and working memory, Taking part involves answering a questionnaire and completing two short memory tests which may last between 20-25 minutes. The questionnaire and memory tests will take place online at any time to suit you
Duration: 25 minutes
Criteria: 18+ fluent in English, dyslexia diagnosis not necessary
Binghamton University, United States
A study analyzing the correlation between substance use, nutrition, exercise, and sleep in participants aged 18 or older. Questions asking about weekly nutrition intake and exercise patterns are included, also questions assessing annual drug use, sleep patterns and personality types are included. This survey is completely anonymous and takes about 5-10 minutes to complete.
Duration: 7 minutes
LIU Brooklyn, United States
This is an observational study exploring the benefits and importance of father-son play interactions. It requires 15 minutes of virtually observed play (recorded over Zoom) with fathers and sons and a brief follow-up survey for the father.
Duration: 40 minutes
Criteria: Heterosexual men and typically developing sons age 3-9
Carleton University, Canada
The purpose of this study is to learn more about the effect of kinship cues (cues suggesting relatedness), which may promote or protect against harmful behaviour between siblings. We are also interested in whether the effects of these cues are different based on one’s sexual orientation. To participate in this study, you will need to complete this 20-minute survey.
Duration: 20 minutes
Criteria: American or Canadian 18-30 year olds. Must have a biological sibling.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
You've probably experienced an unmistakable sensation of disgust at some point in your life. You've likely felt your stomach churn at the sight of spoiled food, recoiled at the thought of a morally objectionable act, or perhaps even shuddered at an unsuitable mating prospect. What types of things exactly disgust you? You can write about your experiences with disgusting things in as much detail as you like. And you can take a test that'll tell you how easily disgusted you are.
Duration: 5 minutes
Florida Institute of Technology, United States
We are interested in people's interpersonal conflict experiences in the workplace. To participate in the study, you must be 18+, currently working in the U.S. full-time, part-time, or self-employed. You will be asked to complete a survey and participate in a one-hour interview to talk about your conflict experience, with the interview being the most important part of the study. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about the study.
Duration: 75 minutes
Criteria: 18+ adults working either full time, part time, or self-employed in the U.S
Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
This research focuses on the impact that the counterterrorism strategy ‘Prevent’ has on young Muslim women and teachers in post-16 education.
Duration: 60 minutes
Criteria: Aged 18-25, identify as a Muslim woman, attend university
Rowan University, United States
The purpose of this research study is to gather information from individuals in therapy about their use and/or perceptions of self-help resources. You would be asked to complete an online 10-minute survey on self-help resources use, current treatment, if you use mental health mobile apps, and if it has or has not helped you manage your mental health concern(s).If you do not use mobile mental health apps, we’ll ask for your views on them. The last section asks about your demographic information.
Duration: 10 minutes
Criteria: Under 18 and not in therapy
University of Massachusetts Boston, United States
We are interested in what leads some individuals to develop perinatal anxiety and the factors that could prevent it. We also hope to use the data from this research to develop a program that can help prevent or reduce perinatal anxiety. The survey is three parts, the first part being the most important and taking about 45 minutes to complete. Participants can choose to take the second and third parts, each taking about 30 minutes to complete.
Duration: 45 minutes
Criteria: Pregnant women or women who have given birth no longer than 6 months ago