Anxiety Vulnerability Factors and Smoking Motivation
David McDonald MA - American University, USA.
Time to complete - 45 minutes.
The Cigarette Smoking Research Laboratory is looking for Smokers to participate in a study that examines the effects of perception on smoking. Participation involves filling out surveys online.
Perceptual Style Study
Miss Japinder Dhesi - London School of Economics
You are invited to participate in an experimental study about perceptual styles. Participants will be asked to complete 2 tasks which measure perceptual style and its correlates. The study is expected to take approximately 15 minutes to complete. You need to be a native English speaker or fluent in English.
Cody Christopherson - University of Notre Dame, USA
Participants answer a few questions which takes about 5-10 minutes. Next, you’ll get a simple week-long project. This project can be completed in ten minutes per day, for a one week, at your leisure. Then, you’ll return to the website and answer a few more short questions. I’ll send you a short survey a week later and a month after that. Anyone over 18 years old can participate
Perception of Petty Crime in Primary School
Lynn Lansbury - University of Portsmouth
To discover if there is a negative attitude towards children with a criminal in their close family
Perceptual Style Test Study
Japinder Dhesi - London School of Economics
Experimental study about perceptual styles. Participants complete 2 tasks which measure perceptual style and its correlates. The study takes approx. 15 minutes to complete
Colours and Text
J David Eisenberg - Evergreen Valley College, San Jose, California, USA
In this study, you will be asked to find words on the screen when presented in a variety of colours. You will also be asked to rate various aspects of colour combinations
Study on Motion Perception
Dr. Cordula Becker - University of Cambridge
Participants are wanted for an online study on motion perception. The researchers are especially looking for siblings willing to participate.
Motion perception study
Dr. Cordula Becker and Prof. John Mollon - Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge
During this study you will be asked whether you perceive patterns presented on your monitor as stationary or as moving.