Blanket recruitment of participants via University email is prohibited. To recruit participants for your study, please follow the research posting instructions.
If you would like to participate in any of the following research studies, please be sure to review the eligibility criteria for each study prior to contacting the researcher.
Available Research Studies
- Training and Education at Alliant: Professional Issues
- Family and Couple Relationship Studies
- Clinical Samples
- Crime and the Justice System
- Personality, Stress, Coping, Decision-Making, and Problem-Solving
- Other Topics
Training and Education at Alliant: Professional Issues
Project Title: Training Study 1
Researcher(s) Name(s): Dr. George V. Gushue
Study Summary: Dear Students and Clinical Trainees, You are invited to participate in a study run by the SOCIAL COGNITION AND CAREER LAB at Teachers College, Columbia University which aims at exploring how social attitudes and beliefs may influence training in professional psychology. Please help us to explore this important topic for clinical training! You will have a chance to answer several interesting questions while completing an online survey in approximately 20-25 minutes. To participate you should be a currently enrolled student in a graduate level (Masters/Doctoral Degree) Counseling or Clinical Psychology Program.
Contact Information: Please feel free to access the survey (IRB Protocol # 18-496) by clicking the link https://tccolumbia.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0oluvjs0bD0N7tX. If you have any questions regarding the study, you can contact our lab email firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. George V. Gushue directly at email@example.com, (p): 212-678-3170
No Studies Available Currently
Family and Couple Relationship Studies
Project Title: A Retrospective Study Of Girls’ Body Image And Their Relationship With Their Fathers
Researcher(s) Name(s): Lauren Henry, M.A.
Study Summary: This is a study exploring young women’s ideas about body image, appearance, and eating and their relationship with their father during adolescence and pre-adolescence. To be eligible for the study, you must be a woman between the ages of 18-30, currently experience concerns with body image, appearance, and eating, have been raised in an intact, heterosexual, two-parent household, and never have been diagnosed or treated for an eating disorder. At the end of the study, participants will have the opportunity to be entered in a raffle to win a $50-dollar gift card to Amazon. Participation will take 1 hour.
Contact Information: Phone: 352-547-9211, Email: Laurennoelhenry@gmail.com
No Studies Available Currently
Crime and the Justice System
Project Title: A Mixed Methods Investigation of the Impact of Racial Microaggressions on Students of Color in Professional Schools of Psychology
Researcher(s) Name(s): Wayne “Bobby” Nguyen, M.A. and Katie McGovern, Ph.D.
Study Summary: The present study examines the impact and lived experiences of racial microaggressions on students of color or non-white students in PsyD programs.
Racial microaggressions (RMAs) are brief and commonplace daily indignities that communicate hostile and derogatory racial slights and insults toward people of color. The study takes about 15 minutes to complete.
The target population includes students who self-identify as a person of color, who is in their second year or above of graduate study in an APA-accredited PsyD program in California.
Contact Information: Please contact Wayne “Bobby” Nguyen, M.A. (student researcher) at (425) 772-7364, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Katie McGovern, Ph.D. (dissertation chair) at email@example.com or at (510) 841-9230
No Studies Available Currently
Personality, Stress, Coping, Decision-Making and Problem-Solving
Project Title: Defining Humans and Animals
Researcher(s) Name(s): Lead Widdicombe
Study Summary: We are seeking current policy and/or law students in the United States to participate in short, anonymous survey. Participation in this research will include taking an online survey about how you conceptualize the natural world and how you define animals. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes. It is an anonymous survey, and no identifying information will be collected from you. If you choose to participate in the survey, you will have the chance to enter a separate drawing for a $10 Amazon gift card. The questionnaire is approved by Tufts University’s Institutional Review Board. The results of this research have the potential to make a positive influence on the lives of humans and animals!
Contact Information: If interested in participating, please follow this link: https://tufts.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0UnF3b96OzJhssl. If you have any questions or would be willing to forward my recruitment text along to others, please contact me at Leah.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Title: Yoga mobile applications: Use, adherence and mental health.
Researcher(s) Name(s): Patricia Sotolongo M.S. (PI), Liana Abascal, Ph.D. (chair), Erik Groessl, Ph.D. (reader).
Study Summary: Participants must be at least 18 years old, fluent in English, able to consent, willing and able to participate in the activity, live in the US, and have access to a smartphone. They must not have had a consistent yoga practice for the last three months (practicing at least once a week), not be pregnant, or have any serious medical or physical conditions. They will be asked to download a free mobile application on your smartphone, fill out a short survey before and after participation, participate in three specific yoga sessions (20-30 minutes each) every week, for four weeks total.
Contact Information: If you would like to participate in the study, please visit the survey: https://qtrial2019q3az1.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6SxRkut7UoWVo8J
Project Title: Educational Experiences and Attitudes
Researcher(s) Name(s): Jordan Newburg (and advisor, Seth Brown, PhD)
Study Summary: This is an invitation to participate in the research project titled Educational Experiences and Attitudes. Participants’ attitudes, general characteristics, and educational experiences will be assessed. This study is intended for students currently enrolled in a doctoral-level clinical or counseling psychology program, those at least 19 years of age, and those within the United States and Territories. This study should take 10 minutes or less to complete. The first 150 participants will be compensated with a $5 gift card to their choice of Caribou Coffee, Dunkin Donuts, or Amazon.
Contact Information: email@example.com
Project Title: International Students' Perceptions of Challenges; Pre to Post Matriculation in United States Professional Psychology Doctoral Programs
Researcher(s) Name(s): Chathuri R. Illapperuma and Dr. Kasee Stratton- Gadke
Study Summary: This study aims to identify challenges of international graduate students (students on an F1 visa) completing professional psychology doctoral programs in the United States. The study aims to compare students' concerns pre and post matriculation to address recruitment and retention strategies for this population. The study aims to address concerns across a) language and academics; (b) culture; (c) financial; (d) supervision and mentoring; and (e) career opportunities. The study is a survey estimated to take 20-25 minutes for completion. The survey can be accessed through the following link:
Project Title: Affective Disorders and Potential Therapy Clients Study (ADAPT-C): A Vignette Study
Researcher(s) Name(s): Principal Investigator: Cara Herbitter, MA, MPH; Faculty advisor: Dr. David Pantalone
Study Summary: This is a study about clinical responses to affective disorders and potential therapy clients. You will be asked to respond to a clinical vignette and additional questions about potential therapy clients. Clinical and counseling psychologists and trainees who practice psychotherapy in the U.S. or Canada are eligible to participate.
To locate this study online click here: https://umassboston.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5yCISCaSjTyi6dn
Project Title: Religion, Spirituality, Sexual Attitudes, and Risky Sexual Behaviors of Young Adult Black Males
Researcher(s) Name(s): Kendal C. Boyd, Ph.D. & Jade Seto, M.A.
Study Summary: The aim of the study is to investigate whether religion and spirituality serve as protective factors against risky sexual behaviors among young adult Black males while underscoring the mechanisms that can explain this relationship. Data will be collected electronically using Qualtrics Survey Questionnaire. Participants will be recruited via email recruitment that will provide a link to the study and informed consent. The target study population is young adult Black males who are between the ages of 18 and 25, identifies as Black/African American, male, and not married/engaged. Participants will have the option to be entered in a raffle drawing with a chance to win one of sixteen Visa GiftCards.