Student Participation in Research

 

Approved Projects for Winter 2015

 

These are the approved experiments that Psychology 101 and other eligible psychology students may participate in for credit. Participation in any experiment that is not listed here will not count for credit. All appointments are being scheduled online.  To sign up for an experiment, please follow the link to the online appointment scheduler for that project. Not all experiments will be available at all times. If there is no sign-up sheet for a particular experiment, or if all appointments for an experiment are full, please find a different experiment to participate in.  For questions about any experiment, please contact the experimenter. For questions about participation credit, please contact your instructor.

1. You only get credit for participating in approved experiments. With few exceptions, all experiments are sponsored by the psychology department. You will only receive participation credit for the experiments listed on this website.  Check here for updates.

2. Each experiment has a fixed amount of credit assigned to it based on the average length of time that it takes most people to participate. If an experiment is worth 0.5 credits, you will get 0.5 credits whether it takes you 25 minutes or 35 minutes to complete it. Be sure to check the amount of credits when you sign up for the experiment.

3. To sign up for an experiment, please follow the link to the online appointment scheduler for that project. Please be respectful of the experimenter’s time and make sure that you keep your appointment! If you are unable to keep your appointment, please notify the experimenter as soon as possible.

4. There are two general types of projects that you can participate in.  Lab studies require you to meet with the experimenter in person, whereas online studies can be completed online without scheduling an appointment.  Each type of project has a different way to track your participation.

  • Lab Studies: When you participate in a lab study, you should make sure that the experimenter has your Bates email address and psychology professor so that he or she can register your participation.
  • Online Studies: When you participate in an online study, you will be given the experiment number and a code word for that study at the end of the survey.  You will then be asked to enter that information in another web form in order to get credit for the project.  If you don’t enter the correct experiment number and code word, you will not receive credit. Here is a sample online survey so that you can see how to find the link to the participation credit survey.  (Answer the questions and submit to get to the link.)

5. Unless it is specifically noted, you can only participate in each project ONE TIME.  You will not earn credit for repeat participation in a given experiment.

6. Once you have participated in an approved study, you will begin to receive weekly credit reports to your Bates email (usually on Thursday mornings) which summarize all of the credits that you have earned this semester.



Lab studies




Experiment #101: Divine Science: An Exploration of the Intersection Between Memory, Science, and Religion

Location: Click here to take this survey
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Helen Boucher
E-mail: hboucher@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6395

In this study, participants will answer a number of demographic questions, complete a memory exercise, and read and respond to a scientific article. There are no risks associated with participating in this study.

Restrictions: 101 students only

This study, Exp. #19 is the only project that is still active.  It is available to Su Langdon’s 101 students only until Wednesday, April 15.

Experiment #19: Change Blindness

Location: Pgill 366
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Melody Altschuler
E-mail: maltschu@bates.edu
Phone Number: (203) 444-2115
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/melodyaltschuler

Participants will be shown two pictures and must identify what differs between the two images.

Restrictions: Must have normal or corrected to normal vision.  Must be in Su Langdon’s 101 class.

 

Experiment #1: The role of brain-derived neurotrophic factor in cognition and emotion

Location: Pettengill Hall, Psychology Laboratory 327
Duration: 120 minutes
Credits: 2.0
Experimenter: Sarah Bouchard or Chloe Read
E-mail: sbouchar@bates.edu or cread@bates.edu
Phone Number: Sarah: 410-507-6605 Chloe: 401-742-7321
Sign-up link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d48a5a62da0f58-therole

Have you ever heard that physical activity seems to improve cognitive and emotional functioning? Help us understand why! The purpose of this study is to learn about the relationship between a naturally-occurring neurotransmitter, brain-derived neurotrophin factor (BDNF), and aspects of cognition and emotion as well as the degree to which these relationships are modified by physical activity. BNDF is produced in the brain but can also be found in bodily fluids outside of the brain, such as blood and urine. We have three goals for this study. The first goal is to determine if levels of BDNF predict how individuals handle emotions. The second goal is to determine if BDNF levels are associated with memory performance. The third goal is to determine if BDNF levels co-vary with different levels of physical activity. We hope to achieve these goals by obtaining data from Bates College students, including (a) fluid samples in order to measure BDNF levels, (b) responses from self-report questionnaires, (c) pencil-and-paper cognitive tasks and a computerized emotion task to measure how you process information, and (d) heart rate information collected while you perform a simple physical activity. It is important to note that urine will be collected from you during the testing session. Urine collection is non-invasive and painless. For this, you will be led to the nearest restroom and given a sterile specimen collection cup that is concealed in a brown bag. No one will be observing you during urination.

Restrictions:

To participate, you must be right-handed and have normal or corrected vision and hearing (eyeglasses, contact lenses, and hearing aids are okay). You must be able to stand up and jump without any assistive devices. You cannot participate if you have ever been diagnosed with a learning disability, color-blindness, type 2 diabetes, neurological condition (e.g., epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, recurrent migraines), or psychiatric condition (e.g., ADHD, mood disorder, eating disorder). You cannot participate if you are currently taking medication for depression, anxiety, or attention. You cannot participate if you ever sustained a concussion or head injury in which you lost consciousness for longer than five minutes. You cannot participate if you are currently experiencing urinary or bladder symptoms such as a urinary tract infection, bladder infection, or overactive bladder. We are seeking equal numbers of women and men in the study; however, women cannot be menstruating on the day of the testing session.

If you participated in this study (Exp. #5 from Fall 2014) already, you may not participate again.



Experiment #2: Science survey

Location: Pettengill Hall
Duration: 40 minutes
Credits: 0.75
Experimenter: Kathryn Low
E-mail: klow@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6186
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

The study involves taking a survey of basic science reasoning skills which takes approximately 30-40 minutes.

Restrictions: Students who are first years who have NOT taken an S or L course yet.

 


Experiment #3: Personality, categorization, and social judgment

Location: Pgill 363
Duration: 25 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Helen Boucher
E-mail: hboucher@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6395
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

Participants will complete measures of personality, categorization, and social judgment, plus complete a short writing task.

Restrictions: Native English speakers only.  If you participated in this study (Exp. #16 from Fall 2014) already, you may not participate again.


Experiment #4: The role of oxytocin in decision-making

Location: Pettengill Hall, Room 327
Duration: 120 minutes
Credits: 2.0
Experimenter: Ramya Ghantasala and Wesley Warner
E-mail: rghantas@bates.edu or wwarner@bates.edu
Phone Number: Ramya: 978-996-1095; Wesley: 801-860-8894
Sign-up link: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a4cacaa22abfd0-therole1

Have you ever heard of oxytocin, the supposed “love hormone”? We are studying the relationship between naturally-occurring levels of oxytocin and patterns of decision-making. Oxytocin is produced in the brain but can also be found in bodily fluids outside of the brain, such as saliva. Our goal is to determine if levels of oxytocin in saliva predict how individuals reason with information, think logically and abstractly, and make sense of complexity. We hope to achieve this goal by obtaining data from Bates College students, including (a) a saliva sample in order to measure oxytocin levels, (b) responses from self-report questionnaires, and (c) pencil-and-paper cognitive tasks to measure how you process information. Saliva collection is non-invasive and painless and involves drooling through a straw into a collection tube.

Restrictions:

To participate, you must be

  • Right-handed
  • Have normal or corrected vision and hearing (eyeglasses, contact lenses, and hearing aids are okay).
  • You cannot participate if you have ever been diagnosed with a learning disability, neurological condition (e.g., epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, recurrent migraines), or psychiatric condition (e.g., ADHD, mood disorder, eating disorder).
  • You cannot participate if you are currently taking medication for depression, anxiety, or attentional problems.
  • You cannot participate if you ever sustained a concussion or head injury in which you lost consciousness for longer than five minutes. Women who are pregnant or breast-feeding cannot participate.
  • You cannot participate if you have previously participated in Experiment #4 this past Fall Semester of 2014.
  • You must be born in the U.S. to participate

Experiment #5: Reward Sensitivity and Interoceptive and Exteroceptive Attention in Orthorexia

Location: PGill 327
Duration: 120 minutes
Credits: 2.0
Experimenter: Emily Regan and Kate Davis
E-mail: eregan@bates.edu and kdavis4@bates.edu
Phone Number: 617-851-6619
Sign-up link: http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0F4BADAB2BA7F85-reward/

What does healthy eating mean for you and for brain functioning? This study investigates the relationship between reward sensitivity, patterns of attention, eating habits, and various personality traits. We have two goals for this study: the first is to determine if patterns of attention correlate with personality and eating habits and the second is to determine if patterns of reward-processing correlate with personality and eating habits. We hope to achieve these goals by obtaining data from Bates College students by self-report questionnaires (regarding behaviors, feelings, personality, daily routines, and eating habits) and computerized behavioral tasks. The total length of the experiment is approximately two hours.

Restrictions: Exclusion criteria for participation in this study include left-handedness, uncorrected vision or hearing (however, it’s okay to participate if you have corrected vision or hearing via eyeglasses, contacts, or hearing aids), and a past or present diagnosis of learning disorders (e.g., dyslexia), attention-deficit disorders (e.g., ADHD), substance use disorders, or impulsive-control disorders (e.g., pyromania, kleptomania, intermittent, explosive disorder).
You may not participate in this study if you already did this last semester (Experiment #19 from Fall 2014 semester).


Experiment #6: Emotional Expression

Location: Pgill 3rd floor landing (top of the stairs)
Duration: 60 minutes
Credits: 1.0
Experimenter: Emma Korein
E-mail: ekorein@bates.edu
Phone Number: 2156801818
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

Participants will complete multiple tasks, including the description of challenges faced by a group to which they belong.

Restrictions: Female Only


Experiment #7: Sexual Health of Adolescents and Young Adults

Location: Pgill 317
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Stephanie Benson
E-mail: sbenson@bates.edu
Phone Number: 917-566-2301
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/signup.cgi?user=stephanie_benson

The current research is a two-part study about the sexual health of adolescents and young adults. During the study, participants will respond to an online survey and write a brief speech about safe sex. Four weeks after participation, participants will receive an online follow-up survey via email. Participants will receive .5 credit for participating in the lab portion of the study. Once participants complete the follow-up survey, their’ names will be entered into a raffle for $10 gift certificates to the Den.

Restrictions: Cannot participate if they completed Sexual Health of Adolescents and Young Adults in previous semester


Experiment #8: Exploring Dissociation and Cognition

Location: PGill 368
Duration: 90 minutes
Credits: 1.5
Experimenter: Hannah Weiss
E-mail: hweiss@bates.edu
Phone Number: 6783722251
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

Have you ever arrived at home after a long drive only to realize you have no memory of your commute? Or, have you ever been so immersed in a book that you didn’t notice someone had started talking to you? Then you’ve dissociated. This study aims to explore the cognitive correlates of dissociation and the potential role that sleep plays in this relationship. Participants will complete a battery of neuropsychological tests evaluating executive functions such as memory and attention, a measure to assess individual level of dissociative experiences (DES) and measures assessing sleep experience.

Restrictions: Students who are left-handed, color-blind, are currently using psychoactive stimulants to treat ADHD, or have a history of learning disorder are NOT eligible for this study. Additionally, students who have experienced severe trauma (i.e. sexual abuse or fearing for one’s life) are NOT eligible for the study.


Experiment #9: The Effect of Cross Cultural Analysis on Political Motivations

Location: Amy Douglass Research Lab
Duration: 45 minutes
Credits: 0.75
Experimenter: Julia Rabin
E-mail: jrabin@bates.edu
Phone Number: (503)-720-8562
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

The purpose of the interview portion of my thesis is to qualitatively measure differences in political motivations between students at Bates College and students at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso in Chile.

Restrictions: You must be between the age of 18 and 23 and a student of Bates College.


Experiment #10: Peer and Self-Perceptions of Learning Differences

Location: Pgill 329 (computer lab)
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Megan Lapp
E-mail: mlapp@bates.edu
Phone Number: (781) 856-3680
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

The purpose of this study is to investigate perceptions of learning differences. Both individuals with and without learning differences are encouraged to participate! While you may participate in the study at the same time as other students in the computer lab, your responses will be anonymous and your learning difference status will not be disclosed.

Restrictions: none


Experiment #11: Visual Perception

Location: Pettengill 366
Duration: 40 minutes
Credits: 0.75
Experimenter: Melody Altschuler
E-mail: maltschu@bates.edu
Phone Number:
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/melodyaltschuler

In this experiment you will be asked to look at a computer monitor and identify briefly presented symbols.

Restrictions: Must have normal or corrected to normal vision. Please wear glasses or contact lenses if you use these to read.


Experiment #12: The Effects of Interpersonal Interactions

Location: 374,3rd Floor in P-Gill
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: James Brissenden
E-mail: jbrissen@bates.edu
Phone Number: 617-417-4842
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/brissendenja

In the experiment, a “contestant” will answer ten trivia questions as the “observer” watches. After the task is complete, the participants will both complete a questionnaire and exit the lab.

Restrictions: There needs to be two participants signing up together for one time slot. Please make sure each time slot pair is full before signing up for a new time. The participants CANNOT be friends (Everyone at Bates knows each other but we cannot have close friends signing up as a pair) If we do have friends signing up, I will have to ask them to leave and they will not receive credit. I will also need all the phone numbers of participants.


Experiment #13: The Effect of Mindfulness on Athletic Performance

Location: Pgill 317
Duration: 25 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Mike Tomaino
E-mail: mtomaino@bates.edu
Phone Number: 978-491-8643
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/mtomaino

Mindfulness meditation has been found to have a positive effect on a person’s everyday life in terms of stress, self-efficacy and health. With that said, teaching mindfulness meditation has primary been done through extensive week-long training classes. The purpose of this experiment is to observe if mindfulness mediation can be taught in a short amount of time and still have a positive effect on student’s, and in turn, help them perform better on an athletic task.

Restrictions: You can’t participate if you consider yourself an expert golfer.


Experiment #14: Storytelling

Location: Pgill 371
Duration: 20 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Emma Korein
E-mail: ekorein@bates.edu
Phone Number: 2156801818
Sign-up link: This study is no longer collecting data.

Participants will answer questions in an interview.

Restrictions: Only open to students who participated in the Dinner Table Conversation series at Bates.


Experiment #15: College Drinking, Lab session

Location: 368
Duration: 15 minutes (for part 1)
Credits: 0.25 (0.75 total for completing both parts)
Experimenter: Benjamin Foote
E-mail: bfoote@bates.edu
Phone Number: 845-803-3825
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/bfoote

The purpose of this study is to investigate college drinking behaviors and what motivates and discourages students from drinking. This is a two-part study. The first part (Exp. #15) will require participants to meet the experimenter in the lab. The second part (Exp. #109) will be a brief online survey one week later. Participants who complete both parts will receive an extra 25 credits in addition to the credits earned for the separate studies (counted as Exp. #16). Please do not sign up for this study unless you intend to complete both parts.

Restrictions: Must have a smart phone


Experiment #16: College Drinking, bonus credit

Location: N/A
Duration: N/A
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Benjamin Foote
E-mail: bfoote@bates.edu
Phone Number: 845-803-3825
Sign-up link: See Exp. #15

The purpose of this study is to investigate college drinking behaviors and what motivates and discourages students from drinking. This is a two-part study. The first part (Exp. #15) will require participants to meet the experimenter in the lab. The second part (Exp. #109) will be a brief online survey one week later. Participants who complete both parts will receive an extra 25 credits in addition to the credits earned for the separate studies (counted as Exp. #16). Please do not sign up for this study unless you intend to complete both parts.

Restrictions: Must have completed Exp. #15 and #109.  Credit will be automatically given to those eligible.


Experiment #17: Rapid Scene Processing

Location: Pgill 366
Duration: 55 minutes
Credits: 1.0
Experimenter: Melody Altschuler
E-mail: maltschu@bates.edu
Phone Number: 2034442115
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/melodyaltschuler or email maltschu@bates.edu to arrange a time.

In this experiment you will see images of scenes flash very rapidly on the computer. After this you will be given choices and will be asked to identify what you had seen. The results of this experiment will help us better understand the information that people attend to and process when they first see a scene.

Restrictions: To participate you must (1) have been born in and have lived in an Asian country.  Must also (2) have normal or corrected to normal vision, so please wear your glasses or contact lenses if you need these to read.


Experiment #18: Categorization and Detection

Location: Pettengill 371
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Melody Altschuler
E-mail: maltschu@bates.edu
Phone Number: 203-444-2115
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/categoryproject

Participants will complete a series of simple computer tasks that involve two important processes in social reasoning: categorization and detection. On some tasks, participants will practice categorizing stimuli into pairs of categories. On other tasks, participants will attempt to detect the presence or absence of other categories. All tasks are simple and straightforward.

Restrictions: Participants must have normal or corrected vision, and must also be proficient in English.


Experiment #19: Change Blindness

Location: Pgill 366
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Melody Altschuler
E-mail: maltschu@bates.edu
Phone Number: (203) 444-2115
Sign-up link: http://signupschedule.com/melodyaltschuler

Participants will be shown two pictures and must identify what differs between the two images.

Restrictions: Must have normal or corrected to normal vision.


Experiment #14: Lab experiment #1

Location: pgill 357
Duration: 45 minutes
Credits: 0.75
Experimenter: Brian Pfohl
E-mail: bpfohl@bates.edu
Phone Number: 5551234
Sign-up link: http://www.signupschedule.com/bpfohl

I test people

Restrictions: No animals


Experiment #15: Lab experimen #1111

Location: pgill357
Duration: 120 minutes
Credits: 2.0
Experimenter: Joe Bob
E-mail: bpfohl@bates.edu
Phone Number: 5551212
Sign-up link: http://www.amazon.com

We can account for 24% of the total variability in students’ GPAs by knowing whether they are a math major or a psych major.
3. I’m curious whether students are more stressed during the 8th week of the semester during the fall term or during the winter term. I collect data from students measuring their stress on a scale of 1 (super mellow) to 10 (don’t say the word ‘stress’ again or I will punch you) during the 8th week of both the fall and the winter semesters. Here are the data that I collected from 20 students. Conduct the appropriate test to determine which semester is more stressful, if any. State your hypotheses, calculate the appropriate statistics, and state your conclusion. Also calculate and explain eta2. (On a quiz you may be asked to draw and label the sampling distribution associated with the null hypothesis as well.)

Restrictions: none


Experiment #22: Sample

Location: Room 222222
Duration: 90 minutes
Credits: 1.5
Experimenter: Alexandra
E-mail: aabry@bates.edu
Phone Number: 8374838288
Sign-up link: http://www.bates.edu

Test

Restrictions: None

Online studies


Be sure to read the instructions about online surveys at the top of this page in order to make sure you get participation credit!  Online studies work differently from lab studies.



Experiment #101: Science Identity

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 60 minutes
Credits: 1.0
Experimenter: Kathryn Low
E-mail: klow@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6186

Entirely online data collection that takes about an hour. Questions are about demographics, science background and efficacy.

Restrictions: First year students only.



Experiment #102: The Effect of Cross Cultural Analysis on Political Motivations

Location: This study is no longer collecting data
Duration: 10 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Julia Rabin
E-mail: jrabin@bates.edu
Phone Number: (503)-720-8562

The purpose of the survey portion of my thesis is to empirically measure how political motivations differ cross culturally among emerging adults, specifically comparing students at Bates College to students at Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso in Chile.

Restrictions: You must be between the age of 18 and 23 and a student at Bates College.


Experiment #103: Personality and writing style

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 10 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Helen Boucher
E-mail: hboucher@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6395

In this study, you will complete a brief writing task, plus complete some personality measures.

Restrictions: None.


Experiment #104: Sexual Behaviors Among High School and College Students

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 10 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Stephanie Benson
E-mail: sbenson@bates.edu
Phone Number: 9175662301

The current research is a two-part study about the sexual health of adolescents and young adults. Four weeks after responding to the first survey, participants will receive a follow-up survey via email. Once participants complete the follow-up survey, their names will be entered into a raffle for $10 gift certificates to the Den.

Restrictions: Cannot participate if they completed Sexual Health of Adolescents and Young Adults in previous semester or current semester.



Experiment #105: HPV Questionnaire

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 15 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Katie Fitzpatrick
E-mail: kfitzpat@bates.edu
Phone Number: 4152464975

This study seeks to determine attitudes students at Bates College have towards vaccines that protect against certain sexually transmitted infections. This study will ask a variety of questions about knowledge of sexually transmitted infections and personal sexual health behaviors.

Restrictions: None

Experiment #106: The Effect of Closeness in Relationship to Parents on the Perceived Experience of Emerging Adulthood: A Cross-Cultural Study

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 25 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Naima Qambi
E-mail: nqambi@bates.edu
Phone Number: (207) 449-0625

The purpose of this study is to assess the effect that closeness in relationship to parents has on you as an emerging adult. This developmental stage is said to occur between the ages of 18 and 25. The study consists entirely of online surveys that will take approximately 25 minutes, and participants will have the option of receiving 0.5 credit or entering their name into a raffle for a $25 gift card to the den.

Restrictions: White/Caucasian (of European descent) & Somali/Somali-American participants between the ages of 18-25 only.


Experiment #107: Divine Science: An Exploration of the Intersection Between Memory, Science, and Religion

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 30 minutes
Credits: 0.5
Experimenter: Helen Boucher
E-mail: hboucher@bates.edu
Phone Number: x6395

In this study, participants will answer a number of demographic questions, complete a memory exercise, and read and respond to a scientific article. There are no risks associated with participating in this study.

Restrictions: 101 students only


Experiment #108: Measuring the attitudes and the likelihood of concussion reporting by testing implicit attitudes in collegiate football players

Location: This link is being distributed to all eligible participants.
Duration: 10 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Josh Freedland
E-mail: jfreedla@bates.edu
Phone Number: 781-346-1887

Concussions are an important issue because of their high prevalence in the United States—more than 300,000 sports-related concussions occur annually. There has been a great deal of research in the area of psychology on various aspects of concussion reporting, especially in football, and people’s intended reporting behavior. Previous research and literature has shown that concussion reporting tends to be low, and this current study may give more insight into the players’ attitudes towards concussions.

Restrictions: Males only. Bates football players only.


Experiment #109: College Drinking Follow Up

Location:  Link will be emailed one week after completion of Exp. #15
Duration: 5 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Ben Foote
E-mail: bfoote@bates.edu
Phone Number: 845-803-3825

The purpose of this study is to investigate college drinking behaviors and what motivates and discourages students from drinking. This is a two-part study. The first part (Exp. #15) will require participants to meet the experimenter in the lab. The second part (Exp. #109) will be a brief online survey one week later. Participants who complete both parts will receive an extra 25 credits in addition to the credits earned for the separate studies (counted as Exp. #16). Please do not sign up for this study unless you intend to complete both parts.

Restrictions:  Must have completed Exp. #15


Experiment #110: Influences on Concussion Reporting Behaviors

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 15 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Alyssa Morgosh
E-mail: amorgosh@bates.edu
Phone Number: (760) 519-7518

This study is designed to collect information about the influences on concussion reporting behaviors in student-athletes, with a focus on the influences that led to positive reporting behaviors.

Restrictions:


Experiment #111: Photo Sharing Tendencies on Facebook

Location: This study is no longer collecting data.
Duration: 10 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Vanessa Beltran
E-mail: vbeltran@bates.edu
Phone Number: 240-460-3228

This study focuses on college students’ behavior and photo-related activities on Facebook.

Restrictions: No restrictions.


Experiment #115: brain study

Location: http://bates.qualtrics.com‘>Click here to take this survey
Duration: 15 minutes
Credits: 0.25
Experimenter: Joe Bob
E-mail: bpfohl@bates.edu
Phone Number: 5551212

i ask about your brain

Restrictions: none