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Researchers at Macquarie University are developing a scale measuring social perceptions and the tendency to trust people. If you decide to participate, you will be asked to complete demographic information and an anonymous online questionnaire which should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. If you are aged 18(+) you are eligible to participate.

For full details and/or to take part in this research study, please Click Here.




Nurul Ibrahim, a PhD student from UNSW, Sydney, Australia is recruiting participants for a research study on driver distraction, specifically on how the use of smartphone voice control while driving affects driving performance.

The study would be a good fit for you if you:

  • Are age 18 to 50 years old.
  • Are a native English speakers or fluent in English to a native level.
  • Have held a valid driver’s licence for at least one year.
  • Currently drive at least once a week.
  • Currently use a smartphone.
  • If you decide to take part you would perform several smartphone tasks such as dial a number manually and using a voice control while performing simulated driving tasks in a lab and complete questionnaires related to the experiment. The experiment will take 2 to 2.5 hours.

    You will be reimbursed for any reasonable travel, and related expenses associated with the research study by providing a gift voucher worth $50 from Coles Myer.

    If you would like more information or are interested in being part of the study please contact Nurul Ikhmar Ibrahim at n.ibrahim@student.unsw.edu.au or 0293856912.




    Dammika Lakmal Walpitage, a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology at the University of Tennessee is recruiting participants to complete a short online test and demographic questionnaire, designed to help in the development of a new measure of statistical research methodology knowledge.

    Participants should be more than 18 years of age and currently engaged in graduate/postgraduate studies.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research study, please Click Here.




    Robyn Haertel, a doctoral candidate at CUNY Graduate Center in New York City is recruiting participants for an online study aimed at exploring mindfulness within the college population.

    Participants who should be aged 18-28 years old and enrolled as an undergraduate within the United States will have the opportunity to enter a raffle for a one in ten chance of winning a $25 iTunes voucher.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research study, please Click Here.




    Dora Kukucska, a graduate research assistant from the University of Bedfordshire (UK) is recruiting participants for an online study aimed at developing a language free visual personality test that measures the big five personality traits.

    The study should take about 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research study, please Click Here.




    Olivia Patsalos, a Masters student at the University of East London (UK) is currently recruiting participants for an exciting new study on hydration and cognition; in particular, the effects drinking water may have on tasks people use their brain for.

    Participants will be required to visit the health laboratory, at the University of East London on two separate occasions in the morning having fasted for the night, where the research team will collect a urine sample and get them to do a number of computer tasks using a touch screen testing system, as well as some tasks on paper.

    Participants will receive a £20 gift voucher for their time.

    If you would like to take part in the study or would like more information, please E-Mail Olivia Patsalos - U1424774@uel.ac.uk - or call her on 07767 936946.




    Peter Keller, Giacomo Novembre and Jennifer Lee, Researchers at the University of Western Sydney (Australia) are looking to recruit participants for an online study investigating the perception of music sung by a choir.

    Participants will be asked to listen to several pairs of choir performance recordings, and their task will be to judge which performance they prefer within the pair. At the end of the listening task, participants will be asked to complete some demographic questions. The study should take about 10 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.




    Rifka Chamali, a MSc Neuroscience student at King's College, London (UK) is looking to recruit participants for a study designed to assess the role of impulsivity in the development and maintenance of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and obesity.

    Participants will be asked to complete an online survey which takes around 20 to 30 minutes to complete and as an incentive will have the chance to be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad mini.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.




    Ruth Senior, a Masters student at the University of Gloucestershire (UK) is looking to recruit participants aged 18-25 who regularly take part in sport and receive coaching for an online study investigating the possible developmental benefits of sport.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Justin Cole, a psychology student at Charles Sturt University (Australia) is looking to recruit participants aged 18 years and older for an online study exploring how well-being can be improved using brief self-help exercises.

    Participants will be asked to complete a 20-30 minute online questionnaire, undertake a brief self-help activity and then complete a final 15-20 minute questionnaire.

    This research study has been approved by Charles Sturt University Human Research Ethics Committee which is a committee governed by the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC).

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Alex Siegling, a 2nd-year PhD student at University College London (UK) is looking to recruit participants for an online survey designed to help develop a new scale construction method.

    Participants will be asked to provide demographic information and complete questions related to aspects of their personality, as well nominating an informant to rate them on 25 characteristics on which they will also be asked to rate themself.

    The survey should take a maximum of 50 minutes to complete (not including the ratings provided by the nominated informant), and participants can stop and resume whenever it is convenient.(Participants have up to one month to complete the survey from the same computer and browser).

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Shirley McCurry, a MSc Health Psychology student at the University of Derby (UK) is looking to recruit participants aged 18 years and over for an online survey investigating contact with nature and stress and the restorative effect of viewing natural landscape images.

    The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and and all responses are completely anonymous.

    This research study has been approved by the University of Derby Psychology Ethical committee.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Katy Gillick, a final year undergraduate psychology student at the University of Surrey (UK) is looking to recruit participants for an online study investigating whether people's memories are linked to creativity. Participants must be over 18 and all responses are completely anonymous.

    This research study has been approved by the University of Surrey's ethics committee.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Researchers from the University of Reading (UK) are recruting participants aged 16 or over to take part in a 25 minute online study investigating individual differences in how people respond to positive video clips. Participants will be required to answer questions about themself, watch a short video and then answer questions about the video and their responses to it.

    The study has received ethical approval from the University of Reading Department of Psychology.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Sam Kinshuck, a 3rd year undergraduate psychology student at University College London is looking to recruit participants for an online experiment on automatically activated attitudes towards cigarettes among smokers. This research is part of a series of studies investigating a particular method of helping people to quit smoking, which involves altering the unconscious emotional responses that cigarettes typically evoke.

    Participants must be over 18 and regular smokers (i.e. smoke more than 1 cigarette a day) and must not have smoked for 30 minutes before the start of the experiment. The experiment takes about 20 minutes and all participants who complete the experiment will be entered into a raffle to win £50.

    This research study has been approved by UCL's ethics committee.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    The Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychological Sciences is currently recruiting participants for an online study of LGBQ individuals' experiences with the coming out process. The purpose of this study is to determine whether certain factors related to individuals' relationships, family functioning, religious beliefs, and emotional experiences predict how "out" someone is.

    The research team are also interested in whether how "out" you are is related to symptoms of anxiety and depression, and under what circumstances. To participate, individuals must identify as LGBQ (non-heterosexual) and be at least 18 years of age. The study will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and can be completed on any computer with an internet connection. No identifying information will be collected for this survey, and all answers will be kept confidential.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Researchers in the Health, Hormones, & Behaviour Lab in the Department of Psychology at Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada) are looking for women (16 years or older) to participate in the Women’s Experiences Study.

    This study involves an online questionnaire that takes about 30 minutes to complete. Participants will be entered in up to 4 draws for $50 VISA gift cards.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Jane Hyde, a post-graduate clinical psychology student from the University of Tasmania, Australia is looking to recruit participants for a study exploring emotional skills.

    Partcipants will be asked to complete an online survey which takes about 25 minutes.

    This study has been approved by the Tasmanian Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Joseph Kaspar, MA, a doctoral student from Argosy University, Orange County is looking to recruit participants for an online study investigating how various diversity variables in the supervisory relationship can affect a supervisee's satisfaction and performance.

    In order to participate in this study you must be a psychology (Masters or Doctoral) or graduate student in the United States who is currently (or has very recently completed) your first or second year of clinical experience (i.e. practicum).

    This online survey is confidential, takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, and all participants will be entered into a draw for one of three $50 Amazon gift certificates.

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Principal Investigator Sarah Brunskill, MA, is actively recruiting participants for a research study on the effects of Social Intensity Syndrome (SIS) on military personnel’s relationships with their friends and family.

    In order to participate in this study you must have served or be currently serving in the United States military, be at least 18 years old, male, and be able to speak and read English.

    A confidential survey has been prepared for participants which should take approximately 45 to 60 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this important research study, please Click Here.


    Jemma Doran a 3rd year student at Liverpool University (UK) is currently recruiting participants to take part in her final year research project.

    Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire and play a PC game for 10 minutes. They will then be required to fill in a second questionnaire asking about their thoughts and feelings in a variety of situations, followed by a second 10 minute gaming session.

    If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact Jemma via e-mail j.l.doran@student.liverpool.ac.uk


    Brittany Hunt a student at Newcastle University (UK), is looking to recruit religious individuals to take part in an online study about cognition and belief systems.

    Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire which will take about 15 minutes to complete.

    All participants will be entered into a prize draw for £30 worth of Amazon vouchers.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Sophie Fields a third year psychology student at Northumbria University (UK), is looking to recruit participants aged 18-60, who are in a relationship to take part in an online study designed to to investigate whether or not there is a link between particular personality traits and commitment and/or satisfaction levels in romantic relationships.

    Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire which will take about 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Zoe Montanaro an undergraduate Psychology student at Durham University (UK), is looking to recruit female participants for a study on women and interpersonal perception

    For further details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Iana Alexeeva a PhD student at the University of Oxford (UK), is looking to recruit people diagnosed with either Asthma or M.E. (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) aged 18 and over to take part in an online study exploring how people monitor their health and illness and how they monitor their symptoms, body state, activity patterns, exertion and energy levels.

    Participants will be asked to complete a survey concerning their health, activity, thoughts, and emotions, which will take about 30-40 minutes to complete.

    The study has been reviewed and approved by the Oxford University Central University Research Ethics Committee.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Liz Grandelis a Doctoral Candidate at Carlow University (USA), is looking to recruit participants for a a research study designed to look at eating behaviors related to Western cultural ideals.

    Participants will be asked to complete three short questionnaires which will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.

    Anybody taking part in the research will be entered into a draw for one of four $25.00 gift cards redeemable at local bookstores and restaurants.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Michelle Yong a Masters student in Research Methods in Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire (UK), is looking to recruit participants to complete an online survey for a study investigating driver distraction.

    Participants must live in the UK, hold a valid driving licence, and have driven in the UK at least once in the past 6 months.

    If you are a student please Click Here for full details and/or to take part in this research.

    If you are a not a student please Click Here or full details and/or to take part in this research.


    Olivia Bolt a student at Canterbury Christ Church University (UK), is looking to recruit couples for a study investigating what makes people satisfied with their romantic relationships.

    Couples who take part in the study will be asked to separately complete an online survey which takes about 20-25 minutes to complete.

    The research team is looking for heterosexual and homosexual couples to participate in the research who have been together in a romantic relationship for at least 3 months and who have face-to-face contact at least 5 days a week.

    Couples who participate in the survey will have the chane to win an Amazon voucher worth £50.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Eleanor Ratcliffe a PhD candidate in environmental psychology at the University of Surrey (UK), is looking for anyone over the age of 18 to take part in a 20-minute online survey. Participants will be asked to provide some basic demographic information and to rate how they feel about 10 sounds.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Sonia Madrid Cuevas a PhD student in clincial psychology at The University of Edinburgh (UK) is looking for participants to participate in an online study designed to explore emotion regulation strategies - the findings of which may help those who experience highly changeable moods.

    The study only takes around 25 minutes to complete and all participants will receive feedback on 15 different aspects of their personality.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Manon Burgat a researcher and provisional psychologist from Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia is seeking male and female participants aged 18 and over for an online study which aims to examine how particular psychological and interpersonal factors may be linked to the presence or absence of self-harming behaviour.

    Participants will be asked to complete a 15-20 minute online survey which focuses on relationships, awareness and regulation of emotions, and details around past self-harm (if appropriate to the individual completing the survey).

    Importantly, the survey is designed to be non-confrontational, with no harm anticipated to come to those willing to participate. All ethical aspects of the project have been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of Deakin University (DU-HREC).

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Robert Abel, Jr. a PhD Candidate at Northcentral University in the School of Behavioral and Health Sciences, is seeking participants for an online study on the relationship between family acceptance, internalized sexual stigma (ISS) and substance abuse in sexual minority males.

    To take part in the 10 minute anonymous online survey, you must identify as a gay or bisexual male between the ages of 18-25. If you or someone you know would like to participate in this study, please Click Here and you will be directed to the online survey.


    Miriam Forbes a PhD student at the Centre for Emotional Health at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) is seeking anyone over the age of 16 to take part in an online longitudinal study on the relationships between depression, anxiety and sexual dysfunction.

    The first time point of the study should take about 20 minutes to complete, and subsequent time points will be more like ten minutes. At the completion of each time point, respondents will be entered into the draw to win a $100 Cash Card.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Mathilde Overduin from University College London (UK), is looking to recruit participants for an online study exploring religious beliefs, moral beliefs and consequent behaviours.

    People from all faiths (and nonbelievers) and backgrounds are invited to complete a questionnaire that will take around 15-20 minutes.

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Gaby Judah a PhD student at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK), is looking to recruit participants for an online study examining the motivations behind hygiene behaviours.

    The survey is completely anonymous and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. This research has been approved by the Ethics Committee at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Hogrefe Ltd are looking for volunteers to help develop a test designed to assess creative thinking and critical thinking. Participants must be aged 18 or over and educated in the UK to A-level or equivalent. As an incentive to take part, participants will be entered into a raffle for the chance of winning an iPad2.

    For full details and/or to participate, please Click Here.

    (Many thanks to Colin Cooper for letting us know about this very interesting test research).


    Farida Yasmin a psychology student at The University of East London (UK), is currently recruiting participants for an online research study which aims to explore perceptions of accountability of a crime in the criminal justice system.

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Christina Stefanou a second year doctorate (clinical psychology) student at Deakin University (Australia), is currently recruiting participants for an online survey which aims to investigate differences in the way individuals think, feel, and behave in their romantic relationships.

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Jonathan O'Hara from the Swinburne University of technology (Australia), is seeking to recruit participants for a study which aims to improve our understanding of how couples differ in the way they prefer to talk about relationship problems. The study involves participants and their partners completing a short online questionnaire which should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.

    In recognition of their contribution, participants will be sent a report summarising the early findings of the research. Participants who choose to complete a follow-up questionnaire, will also receive a free personalised profile that will give them an insight into their relationship preferences and how they compare with other people similar to them.

    For full details and/or to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Kayleigh Chester a third year Psychology undergraduate from the University of Hertfordshire (UK), is undertaking a study into the effects of personality on the quality of online and offline relationships for her final third year project. The study involves a short online questionnaire which should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.

    To take part in this study it is required that you have both an online and offline friend, and you must also be 18 years.

    An online friend can be defined as an individual you have met online, and with whom predominantly most communication occurs online e.g. email, instant messaging or social networking sites. An offline friend can be defined as an individual who you have met offline, and with whom predominantly most communication occurs offline, face to face.

    The area of online friendships is a relatively new topic of study and your participation in this study may help further psychological developments in this field. Your participation would be greatly appreciated!

    If you would like to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    LaTasha Steven a MS student at Northwestern State University (USA) is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire study on emotional creativity. This is a single-session study in which a number of different kinds of psychological tests and measures are being evaluated and compared with emotional creativity.

    Participants will be asked to complete a short demographic questionnaire, the Emotional Creativity Inventory, the Humor Style Questionnaire, and the New General Self-Efficacy Scale. The questionnaire will also include five exploratory measures: the Scale of Creative Attributes and Behavior, the Selflessness Scale, the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, the Spiritual Well-Being Scale, and the Religious Orientation Scale.

    Participation should take approximately 30 minutes.

    If you would like to participate in this research, please Click Here.


    Self and Sexuality:

    Women, living in the U.S. between the ages of 22 and 40 are needed for a research study.

    You are invited to participate in a doctoral level research study, conducted by Jené Bushéy, a doctoral student at Walden University.

    Participation in this study will aid in furthering our understanding of issues related to sexual satisfaction. If you participate, it will ask you to answer several questions in an online format and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

    In order to participate please Click Here.


    Danielle Winstanley a post-graduate student at the University of Bolton (UK) is currently recruiting participants for a research project investigating shopper's preferences and the emotional outcomes of shopping.

    To participate in this research you must be female, aged over 18 and live in the UK. Participants will be asked to complete an online survey which should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. All participants completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win a £20, £30 or £50 love2shop voucher.

    This research is being conducted in accordance to the Ethics Review Board at The University of Bolton and follows British Psychology Society guidelines.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Are you or your spouse currently deployed? Do you have a child between the ages of 7-14?

    Dissertation research being conducted under the purview of Capella University (USA) is currently seeking children to participant in an online survey. Parents are asked to provide demographic information about the child; followed by the child completing a 44 statement survey about their current feelings and how they deal with those feelings in their day to day lives.

    Participation in the study will take no more than one hour. Participants will be included in a drawing for one of four $25 Visa Gift Cards which will be drawn once the study sample is obtained.

    Please call Katheryn Eads at (305) 890-6383 to be included in the study. If you have questions about the study, its design or participation please e-mail the researcher at keads27@comcast.net


    Chris James a trainee clincial psychologist at the Oxord Doctoral Course in Clinical Psychology (UK) is currently recruiting fresher students for research examining the wellbeing of first year university students.

    To participate, you must aged 18-21 and be a UK resident in your 1st year of University in the UK.

    Participants will be asked to complete an online survey which should take around 30 minutes to complete. All students completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw for the chance to win £100 Amazon voucher.

    This study has received full ethical approval from CUREC Ref: MSD/IDREC/C1/2011/89

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Dr. Tara Marshall a lecturer at at Brunel University (USA) is conducting a study on the ways that people maintain awareness of ex-romantic partners through Facebook.

    To participate, you must have a Facebook account, and you must have experienced at least one relationship breakup with someone who also has a Facebook account.

    The study takes about 15 minutes to complete and has approved by the Brunel Psychology Research Ethics Committee.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    The Mums and Daughters Project

    Are you a mum with access to Skype?

    Do you have a teenage daughter, aged 13-15 years old?

    Would you like to take part in an exciting research project, through the University of Westminster?

    We are carrying out research into relationships between mothers and their daughters. Specifically, we want to know about your experience of being a parent.

    We’d also like to ask your daughters to take part too, through a short online questionnaire.

    What does taking part involve?

    Mums: We’d like you to participate in an interview using Skype. It will last an hour at the most, about your role as a parent. It’s quite informal, more like a chat and you can take part from the comfort of your own home, at a time that suits you best.

    Daughters: We’d like you to complete an online questionnaire that will take no more than 15 mins. It’s about your well-being, relationships and emotions. You too can complete it whatever it suits you – and we will give you a £5 gift voucher.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.

    Or if you just want to ask directly about the study, please get in touch with Jane Derges:

    Phone: 020 77911 5000 ext. 2170

    Email: dergesj@wmin.ac.uk


    Erica Hart a PhD student at American University is investigating how African Americans and Caucasian women automatically evaluate body types. This study uses an Implicit Association Test (IAT), which measures attitudes that may be outside of conscious awareness and control. The goal of this project is to better understand how different ethnicities perceive body shapes which may help practitioners tailor interventions specifically to their clients.

    African American or Caucasian women, aged 18 to 65, living in the USA are qualified to participate. Participants will be asked to answer a few questions about themselves, and then do two sorting tasks. Everyone who completes this online study will be entered to win a $50 gift card. Chances of winning are 1 in 50.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.

    For questions regarding this study, feel free to email Erica at eh5511b@student.american.edu


    Samuel Looi a Masters student at City University London (UK), is looking for employed (currently working) participants to take part in an survey examining perceptions of leadership.

    The survey should take no longer than 10-15 minutes to complete and participants will be eligible to enter a prize draw for a £30 Amazon voucher.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Bethan Lane a Masters student from The University of Glamorgan (UK), is currently looking for participants aged 18 years and over to take part in an online study examining how individual differences affect health; specifically, how people’s different characteristics affect their lifestyle choices and the ways in which they cope with a particular stressful life event.

    The online questionnaire should take no longer than 20 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    The Music, Mind and Brain Group at Goldsmiths, University of London (UK), is investigating the ways in which a broad range of people engage with music. Your participation in this experiment will help validate a questionnaire that measures various aspects of musicality.

    Participants will be asked to complete a questionnaire and three musical 'puzzles' which should take around 35 minutes to complete and as an added incentive, all participants who complete the survey will be entered into a £100 prize draw.

    This experiment has been approved by the Research Ethics Committee at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Janelle Renfrew a postdoc from Stirling University (UK), is currently looking for participants to take part in an online study about face perception. She is investigating how our beliefs about individual faces can influence how we process and remember them.

    Participation will involve viewing images of faces and rating them according to your perceptions or beliefs. For example, judging the similarity between two faces or judging how honest a person’s face looks. The study takes 15 - 20 minutes to complete.

    An educational debrief is provided upon completion explaining the theories and ideas motivating the study.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nadine Page a PhD student in the School of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire (UK) is looking for employed individuals to take part in a research study exploring how sustainable actions differ between home and work contexts and how behaviour relates to individual thinking and behaviour characteristics.

    Participants will be asked to complete an online questionnaire which will take approximately 20 minutes. Data is collected anonymously.

    The research is being conducted in accordance with the Psychology Ethics Committee at the University of Hertfordshire (ethics approval code: PSY/01/11/SA).

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Helen George a Masters student at Liverpool’s John Moors University (UK) is looking for employed and managed participants (i.e. not self employed, freelance) aged >16 years as part of a research dissertation. The research will examine the relationship of leadership style and its indirect impact on the level of partiality a subordinate has when making a decision asked of them by their manager.

    Participants will be asked to complete a short online questionnaire which will only take about 10 minutes to do. Data is collected anonymously. Participants can also enter into a raffle to win a £25 or £10 voucher for a restaurant or store of choice.

    This research is being conducted in accordance with the Research Ethics Review Panel at Liverpool John Moores University and has been approved by British Psychological Society.

    If you are interested in taking part in this research, please send an email to Helen George to acknowledge your willingness to participate: h.george@2007.ljmu.ac.uk - you will then be sent a link to the short online questionnaire.


    Pawel Rebacz a Masters student at Goldsmiths University of London (UK) is looking to recruit participants for a research study on workplace preferences among leaders.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Tedis Tafili a 2nd year Doctoral Student at Strathclyde Univeristy (Glasgow, UK) is looking for Caucasian Participants aged 18 to 30 to participate in a Memory Study. The study takes max 20 mins and You will receive £5 for taking part. The study will take place at Strathclyde University in Glasgow.

    If you are interested in taking part in this research please send an email to tedis.tafili@strath.ac.uk or ring (mob): 07575435879


    Angharad Robertson-Jones a Masters student at The University of Glamorgan (UK) is looking to recruit men aged over 40 to participate in a study on prostate cancer screening behaviour.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Stephanie Lyon a Doctoral student at Adelphi University (USA) is looking for participants aged 18-30 years to participate in an online study that retrospectively looks at the relationship between sexual identity and stressful adolescent experiences.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Gina Pippin a Masters student at San Francisco State University (USA) is looking for participants over the age of 18 years and living in the United States to participate in an online study regarding certain attitudes and an individual's sense of justice. The study will take approximately 30 minutes.

    This research has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at SFSU and is completely anonymous.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Darrin Coe a Ph.D. student is currently recruiting participants aged 18 years of at least 18 years of age, who identify themselves as Christians for a study investigating the relationship between religious orientation, social desirability, and civil religiousity among Christians.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Izabela Szymanska a Masters student at at London Metropolitan University (UK) is looking for male participants aged between 18 -25 years as part of a research dissertation examining the relationship of body image, self-esteem and interpersonal relationship satisfaction in males.

    Participants will be asked to complete an online questionnaire which will take around 30 minutes to do.

    This research is being conducted in accordance with the Research Ethics Review Panel at London Metropolitan University and follows British Psychological Society guidelines.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Wee Chong Tan a Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) student at Macquarie University (Australia) is seeking anyone who is 18 years or older from Australia who has suffered either from long term Constipation or Irritable Bowel Syndrome to complete a 45 minute online survey. This is a once off Survey looking at how stress and gut responses are related to each other.

    Participants stand to win a $60 gift voucher from Myers, Coles or Woolworths and are also invited to download evidence based self-help techniques to help manage stress and bowel symptoms.

    This research study has been approved by the Macquarie University Human Research Ethics Committee.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nelli Ferenczi a Masters student in Cross-Cultural Psychology at Brunel University (UK) is looking to recruit participants who are currently living in a country that they are not originally from to investigate the nature of the relationship between how individuals identify with their nationality and how they adjust to a new society. The researcher is also looking for participants who are living in their country of origin to explore the relationship between how individuals identify with their nationality in general.

    Participants will be asked to complete an online survey which should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Marianne Chua a PhD student from Nottingham Trent University (UK) is looking for anyone over the age of 18 to participate in her 20 minute online questionnaire. She is investigating the relationship between childhood and adolescent experiences and personality disorders.

    By completing the questionnaire, you have the chance to win £50/£30/£20 vouchers for any shop of your choosing.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nelleke Keuper a Masters student at the University of Kent (UK), is recruiting participants for a study designed to examine peoples views on the expanding European Union.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Julie Leone a 4th year doctoral student in the Psychology and Counseling Department at Carlow University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is recruiting participants who have a child between the ages of 8 and 12 who was born prior to 37 weeks; for research examining the temperament styles of children who were born prematurely.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Margaret Zellers a PhD student at the Research Centre for English and Applied Linguistics at the University of Cambridge is seeking native speakers of any dialect of English, ages 18-40, to participate in an online experiment about how people understand the structure of texts.

    The experiment should take no more than 30 minutes to complete. Participants will be entered into a draw to win a £25 or £15 Amazon gift certificate.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Magdalena Gett a clinical psychology student at the University of Sussex (UK) is conducting a study that looks into individual's adjustment following a stressful life event. The study might fill a gap in the literature and improve the effectiveness of treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. Participants will have the chance to win one of two £25 prizes.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Erica Merson a Doctoral Candidate in counseling psychology at The University of Maryland (USA) is conducting a research study to learn more about mothers of children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

    To participate in this study you must be the mother of a child between the ages of 5 and 13, with ADHD. This is a one-time online study that is expected to take about 20 minutes to complete.

    If you participate, you will have the opportunity to enter into a lottery to win one of 3 $25 Amazon gift cards.

    If you are interested in participating, please Click Here to go to a secure website where you will find questions about your psychological health, relationship, employment characteristics, and parenting behaviors.


    Abigail Mintz a Doctoral Candidate in clinical psychology at The University of Maryland (USA) is conducting a research study to learn more about fathers who have children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

    If you are the biological father of a 5 - 12 year old child with ADHD or undiagnosed significant attention/disruptive behavior problems, you may be eligible for this study.

    Participation in this study would consist of completing online questionnaires which will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. Participants will be asked questions about their parenting, their own behavior and emotions, and their child’s behavior.

    As compensation for taking part in the research, participants will be entered into a draw with a 1 in 50 chance of receiving a $50 Amazon gift certificate.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.

    Please Note that if you are the mother of a child with ADHD, the research team would greatly appreciate if you would consider forwarding this study information to your child's father


    Sergiy Kotvytskyy a 2nd year psychology student at Goldsmiths, University of London (UK) is recruiting participants for research into excessive Internet use. Participants will be asked to take part in an online survey which should about 10 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Courtney Holmes a doctoral candidate at The College of William & Mary, VA (USA) is recruiting participants for a dissertation study comparing online with face-to-face counseling. Participants must be over 18, currently enrolled in either face-to-face or online counseling/therapy and had at least 3 sessions with their current counselor.

    This research project has been approved by the Human Subjects Protection Committee of William & Mary college.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Doreen Lewis a doctoral student at Capella University (USA) is recruiting participants for a study that involves examining the factors of romantic relationships (intimacy, passion, and commitment) and how they relate to satisfaction.

    Participants must:

  • Be at least 18 years old of age
  • Live in the United States
  • Be English-Speaking
  • Be currently in a steady heterosexual couple’s relationship
  • Have Internet Access
  • The survey takes about 10-20 minutes to complete and is unpaid. Participation is completely confidential. There are no foreseeable risks associated with this study and you may withdraw from the survey at any point.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Clare Allan a Masters student at the University of Edinburgh (UK) is recruiting participants for a survey which examines creativity and other personality traits. The survey is completely online and comes in three separate parts (none longer than about 15 minutes).

    Participants who complete all parts of the survey will be entered into a prize draw for £100 worth of Amazon vouchers. Participants must speak English and be at least 18 years of age.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Jane Lees from the University of Manchester (UK) is running a research study designed to explore how mood affects the way people respond to social and emotional information and how this is changed by an antidepressant drug.

    The research team are looking to recruit males & females, 18-45 yrs old, right handed to complete an online questionnaire.

    If you are interested in helping out with this study you can get full details by Clicking Here.

    Researchers from the University of Manchester are also currently recruiting participants for a study which is looking at how medication can affect performance on various cognitive tasks.

    To participate in this research you must be:

  • Male or female aged 18-45 (inclusive)
  • Fit and well, both physically and mentally
  • Be a light or non-smoker
  • For full details please Click Here.


    Stephan Lewandowsky & Charles Hanich from The University of Western Australia are recruiting participants for an online study which explores attitudes towards science. Participants will be asked to complete a survey consisting of around 40 questions which should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

    This study has been approved by The University of Western Australia ethics committee.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Jasmine Kopp an honours student from Swinburne University of Technology (Australia) is recruiting participants for an online study designed to investigate the relationship between empathy styles, helping behaviours and emotional intelligence. The questionnaire should take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Kristine J. Olson from Washington State University is currently recruiting participants for an online study examining work, family and school experiences. Participants will be asked to complete an online questionnaire regarding how they manage their work-family-school roles. They will also be asked demographic questions and other questions that relate to their general wellbeing and satisfaction with their work, family and school life. The questionnaire should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    This project has been reviewed and approved by the Washington State University Institutional Review Board.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nuriye Kupeli A PhD student from University of Hertfordshire (UK) is currently recruiting participants for an online study examining the role of several psychological factors in relation to bodyweight.

    The study has ethical approval from the University of Hertfordshire’s Psychology Ethics Committee, takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and the information participants provide is anonymous and kept strictly confidential at all times.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Antonio Margaritelli A Masters student from University College London is currently recruiting participants to complete an online survey as part of a study looking into the effects of different marketing tactics.

    The study has ethical approval from University College London, is around 12 minutes long and the information participants provide is anonymous and kept strictly confidential at all times.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Maria Kilgarriff A MSc student from the University of the West of England (UK) is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire as part of a study looking at the relationship between self-perceived health, self-perceived pluralism and self-acceptance.

    The questionnaire should take no more than 15 minutes to complete and the information participants provide is anonymous and kept strictly confidential at all times.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Gavin Jones from the University of the West of England (UK) is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire as part of a study designed to examine the relationship between personality types, cognitive learning styles and medical knowledge.

    The questionnaire should take no more than 5-10 minutes to complete and the information participants provide is anonymous and kept strictly confidential at all times.

    If you would like to take part in this research project, You can gain access to the questionnaire by Clicking Here.


    Jennifer Meggs a Sport Psychology PhD student from Teesside University (UK) is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire as part of a study designed to assess the relationship between self structure and mental toughness.

    If you would like to take part in this research project, You can gain access to the questionnaire by Clicking Here.


    Dawn Branley a postgraduate researcher at Northumbria University (UK) is currently recruiting participants for a study which aims to investigate the relationship between personality and the use of social networking websites. The study takes approx. 20 minutes to complete and most people who have taken part have found it very interesting.

    You are eligable to participate if you are a Facebook user, between 18-64 years of age.

    Participants will be provided with screenshots of Facebook profiles and asked to rate the profile owners' personality based upon this information. Participants will also be asked to complete a brief personality test.

    If you are interested in taking part in this study, please contact the researcher at dawn.branley@northumbria.ac.uk and you will be e-mailed an information sheet and link to the online questionnaire.


    Q Pei Tan a post-graduate psychology student at the University of Sunderland (UK) is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire which aims to identify a person's concept of home and how this shapes part of who they are as an individual.

    The questionnaire should take approximately 15-30 minutes to complete.

    This study has been approved by by the University of Sunderland Ethics Committee.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Laurel Evans a Ph.D Candidate from Cardiff University is currently recruiting participants to complete an online questionnaire designed to investigate the relationship between values, personality factors, reasoning ability, the desire to think deeply, and the desire to feel emotions deeply. The questionnaire should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

    Please note that this study is open to US residents only. You must also be aged 18 or older and have completed the SAT.

    Participants who complete the survey will have the opportunity to enter a lottery to win one of six Amazon vouchers. There is one $60 prize, two $20 prizes, and three $15 prizes.

    This study has been approved by the members of the Cardiff University School of Psychology Ethics Committee:

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nisha Sroa a student at Nottingham Trent University (UK), is currently recruiting participants over 18 years of age for a mental health based questionnaire.

    The questionnaire should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research project, please Click Here.


    Kelly Mothner a fourth year clinical psychology doctoral student at the California School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles, is conducting research to examine the emotional maturity of clinical psychology doctoral students.

    If you are over 18 years of age and currently a FIRST-YEAR clinical psychology graduate student or GRADUATING clinical psychology graduate student and would like to participate in this research study, all you will need to do is complete a brief demographic and online questionnaire. It should take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

    Click Here If you are a FIRST-YEAR student.

    Click Here If you are a GRADUATING student.


    Jane McLachlan from Glasgow University is currently recruiting participants for an internet based study aimed at developing an alternative to passwords and PIN's that relies on our ability to recognise familiar faces, rather than memory for difficult alphanumeric strings.

    As a participant, you will be required to think of some celebrities that you recognise, but are not so famous as to be recognised by the majority i.e. not someone like Bill Clinton, but perhaps a lesser known athlete. You will then be called back via email a week later to 'access your account' by clicking on your chosen celebrities amongst other images.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Tony McCarthy an Honours Psychology student at Glasgow University is currently recruiting participants over 18 years old with normal vision.

    The study involves completing one (or two) short surveys on Face Perception. The surveys will take no more than 10 minutes to complete. If you complete a survey you can enter a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher. If you complete both surveys, you can enter twice!

    Click Here For full details and/or to take part in survey 1.

    Click Here For full details and/or to take part in survey 2.


    Ciara Togher a MSc Forensic Psychology student at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, is currently recruiting participants aged 18 and over to take part in a research study investigating individuals’ views of psychopathy across gender.

    Participation is survey based, completely confidential and will take about 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Scott McMillan a MSc Forensic Psychology student at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, is currently recruiting participants aged 18 and over to take part in a research study investigating the psychological causes of stalking.

    Participants will be asked to complete a 4 part questionnaire which will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Confidentiality and anonymity are assured and participants may omit any information they do not wish to give and may also withdraw from the study at any time.

    Please note that in some cases it is possible that the questions may be distressing or upsetting and if you feel you are likely to be upset by answering questions on this topic please don't take part.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Dorothy Cassidy a MSc Forensic Psychology student at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK, is currently recruiting participants aged 18 and over to complete an online survey.

    Participants will asked questions about their experiences and perceptions of unwanted sexual attention, as well as a number of questions about their alcohol use. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Dr Gaelle Villejoubert from Kingston University, London is conducting a study on risk perception. Participants will be required to complete a questionnaire which involves questions about about various potentially risky activities (e.g., going camping in the wilderness).

    The questionnaire should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Jason Seacat and Sarah Dougal researchers in the Department of Psychology at Western New England College are looking to recruit female research participants for a daily diary study on weight and weight-related discrimination.

    Participants you must be at least 18 years of age, be prepared to fill out a survey everyday for one week, have Internet access and understand English. All participants will have a chance to win one of five $50 Visa gift cards to be drawn at the conclusion of the study.

    If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please contact Dr. Jason Seacat in the Psychology Department at ps311917@wnec.edu or 413-796-2258.

    This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and all information you provide will be kept strictly confidential.


    Anna Howell an undergraduate student of Oxford University (UK) is currently recruiting participants aged 18 and over to participate in an anonymous online survey on human cooperation.

    The survey will take less than 10 minutes to complete. Participants are asked to answer a series of questions on how they view various behaviours.

    This study has been approved by the research ethics committee at Oxford University.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Dave Gerszewski an undergraduate student at the university of wisconsin-Eau Claire is currently recruiting psychology majors aged over 18 for a research project which examines if undergraduate psychology students know how to properly apply the knowledge that they have learned throughout their education.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Craig McLaren-Kennedy, Gaby Judah, Grace Warren, Zainab Noor from University College London (UCL) are currently recruiting participants aged over 18 for an online experiment based around the Smoking Implicit Attitude Test. The experiment is designed to assess how people respond to smoking related images.

    This experiment has been approved by the ethics committe at the department of Cognitive and Perceptual Brain Sciences, UCL.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    The Mood Memos Study is recruiting participants 18+ who have mild depression symptoms.

    The study is testing whether regular emails with info and advice about depression can help improve symptoms and prevent major depression.

    The study has been ethically approved by The University of Melbourne and participation is anonymous.

    If you're interested in signing up for Mood Memos, go to www.moodmemos.com or for more information email: info@moodmemos.com


    My name is Kristina Hobson and I’m a Masters student at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada. I’m sure that if you’re anything like me, you sometimes experience quite a bit of stress in different aspects of your day-to-day life. If you do, then you’re exactly the kind of person I am hoping to have participate in my study. I want to examine the effects that daily stressors have on peoples’ lives, and how people cope with these stressors alone or with the help of their romantic partner.

    To participate, you must be at least 18 years of age, and you must currently be in a relationship of at least six months in length. Your partner must also be available and willing to participate - long distance is fine, since it’s all done online. Each of you will complete a set of background questionnaires that should take you no more than an hour to complete, and then each evening for five days (Monday-Friday), you’ll fill out a small online “diary” regarding stressors one of you experienced during the day and your reactions to them. This daily component will take you no more than 5-10 minutes a day, so your total time commitment for this survey is less than two hours.

    We have some great prizes available to thank you for your participation, including a grand prize of $1000 cash! Also available are four runner-up prizes: three $100 gift certificates to popular online stores, plus an iPod Nano. You’ll receive 50 participation points for completing the background questionnaires, plus 10 for each daily diary entry you complete. If you complete all five diary entries and the background questionnaires, you’ll also receive a bonus of 100 points (for a total of 200 points)! You’ll then be free to enter these points into the prize draws however you wish.

    There is also a follow-up study that will be available to you one month after you complete the diary portion. It will be examining the clarity and detail of peoples’ memories for relationship events. You’ll be asked to recall and describe three relationship events, and answer questionnaires relating to your memories of them. It should take you no more than one hour, and you’ll be rewarded with an additional 100 points for the prize draws!

    If you’re interested in participating, please visit my research lab’s website for more information: www.research-on-relationships.com. There’s more information on there about the studies, as well as instructions on how to get started. If you have any questions at all, my email address is hobson.kristina@gmail.com, or you can email my supervisor, Dr. Diane Holmberg, diane.holmberg@acadiau.ca.

    Thank you very much for taking the time to read this!


    The Decision Making and Aging Research Team at Cornell University are currently looking for adults over the age of 18 to participate in an on-line survey on decision-making. Participants will be asked to complete a series of questionnaires about how they make decisions as well as brief cognitive tests.

    The survey will take approximately 30-60 minutes to complete. Participants will be entered into a lottery in which the winner will receive $250. (Odds of winning lottery are approximately 1 in 200). Your survey responses, including requests for information, will be kept completely confidential.

    If would like to participate or seek additional information regarding the survey, please email the research team at:

    DECISIONRESEARCH@CORNELL.EDU


    Judith Joseph a Research Fellow at the University of Southampton (UK) is currently recruiting research participants for an online cold and flu study designed to reduce unnecessary GP visits.

    If you take part in this study you will be asked to complete a short (one page) questionnaire and 2 short follow-ups, and you will be entered into a prize draw to win £100.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Dr Freya Harrison a research fellow in the Zoology dept. at the University of Oxford is currently recruiting research participants for an online survey which explores perceptions of fairness. The survey will take about 5-10 minutes to complete and is entirely anonymous and open to anyone

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Matthew Feinberg a 5th-year doctoral student at the University of California, Berkeley is currently recruiting research participants for a study on social and political attitudes.

    This study has been ethically approved by The University of California, Berkeley and participation in the research is entirely voluntary. Participants may withdraw at any time and all data will be kept anonymous and confidential.

    Participants will be asked to watch a short video (1 minute) and will then fill out a short attitudes questionnaire. The whole study will take about 5 minutes to complete. All participants will be entered into a drawing to win their choice of either $50 or a new I-Pod!

    To take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Michael Adams a clinical psychology Masters student at the University of Tasmania, Australia is conducting research into the health behaviours of gay men. The study will examine involvement in the gay community, exercise habits, body image, masculine self-ideals, depression and restrained eating.

    participants will be asked to undertake a questionnaire which will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

    Participation in the research is completely anonymous.

    For full details and/or to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    Nicola Gartland, a PhD student at the University of Leeds (UK) is currently recruiting research participants for a study on the relationships between personality and daily stress.

    The purpose of the study is to identify whether different personalities are associated with particular patterns of stress experience, using the daily diary methodology.

    Participants will be asked to complete an initial online questionnaire (20-25 minutes), followed by an online daily diary (5-10 minutes) to be completed every evening for 14 days. Reminder emails will be sent to participants during the course of the study, and participants who complete the study will be entered into a prize draw to win £100, £50, or £25.

    Participants must be 18 years or older, based in the UK, and have access to a computer with Internet in the evening.

    The study has been approved by the Ethics Committee at the Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds (#09150-07), and there are no risks associated with taking part.

    If you would like to take part in this research, please Click Here.


    The Gateway Project is recruiting participants for a series of continuing online research studies on topics such as health care, well-being, and problem solving. You must be 18 years or older and have access to the Internet to participate.

    After finishing the survey, you can enter a drawing for a 1 in 25 chance of winning a $25 Amazon.com gift certificate. The Gateway team will email you whenever new Gateway studies are available.

    If you're interested in participating in the Gateway Project, go to the study's website at www.thegatewayproject.org or for more information email: info@thegatewayproject.org

    This online research project is a collaboration between the University of Wisconsin–Madison and the Academic Autistic Spectrum Partnership in Research and Education (AASPIRE, http://www.aaspire.org/), which is itself a collaboration between Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University, and the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network. The Gateway Project conducts research that may benefit the lives of people on the autistic spectrum.


    Kathleen Kline a doctoral student in Clinical Psychology at Walden University Minneapolis, is conducting a study on male and female victims of dating violence in both heterosexual and gay/lesbian relationships among college students.

    The study has been approved by the Walden University IRB (Approval # 05-19-08-0283304) and is particularly keen to obtain a sample of men in both heterosexual and same-sex relationships who have experienced abuse or violence by their dating partner.

    The purpose of my study is to examine differences in type of violence/abuse experienced, attachment style and help-seeking behavior among victims of dating violence, particularly males in heterosexual relationships and those in gay/lesbian relationships who currently attend college or university (undergraduate/graduate), are in or have been in a dating relationship and who have experienced at least one incident of physical, psychological and/or sexual abuse/violence within the context of their dating relationship.

    To participate in this study and to access the completely confidential and anonymous web-based survey, please Click Here and where prompted type in the password Butterfly007

    Participation in this study is completely voluntary and may be exited at any time. The survey will take approximately 25 minutes to complete and it would be appreciated if the survey is completed in full.


    Rukiya Dadhiwala and her research colleagues at the University of Manchester, UK are looking for 'Healthy volunteers to complete a short online questionnaire looking at levels of a personality trait called schizotypy. The questionnaire just takes a few minutes to complete.

    If you are aged between 18-45 years, and have no history of psychiatric problems or depression, they would like to hear from you!

    Please visit their website by clicking here to complete the questionnaire. Alternatively contact 0161 275 7426

    All those who complete the questionnaire will be entered into a prize draw with a chance of winning £100 (terms and conditions apply). See website for full details.


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