Analysis of Climate-Related Images Project # HS16-768
You are invited to participate in our research study. In this study you will perform a computerized attention task as well as several brief personality questionnaires. The purpose of this study is to better understand attention-related behavior across time.
EEG Study: Reaction Time Competition Project # HS 19-1026
We welcome you to participate in our study! This experiment is a study of brain wave changes during a reaction time competition between two participants.
Social Media, Sexual Objectification and the College Experience: Project HS21-1196
Are you free on Wednesday 17th or Friday 19th of November from 5-6pm or 6-7pm? We are seeking 15 male and 15 female NMU students aged 18-24 to participate in a focus group as part of a study examining the relationship between Social Media, Sexual Objectification and the College Experience.
During the study we will discuss 13 open-ended questions in a discussion on Zoom, lasting around 60 minutes. Participants may answer, or decline to answer, any questions without pressure or coercion. You can be completely anonymous, camera off, fake name, and a voice changer if you like. We’re not interested in your identity, but we do want to know your opinions and experiences as a female on campus.
If you would like to be part of furthering this discussion, please contact Casey Haveman (firstname.lastname@example.org) who is running this study and let her know what times works best for you.
- Completely online
- Receive extra credit
- Around 60 minutes to complete
- Must be 18- 24 years of age
- Limited number of participants needed (15 male & 15 female)
- Contact Casey Haveman (email@example.com) to join the discussion