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Study TitleStudy AreaStudy DescriptionStudy URL
Associations between Parental Relationship Status SocialThis study investigates associations between childhood experiences (with parents’ relationships) and experiences in adult romantic relationships. Individuals between the ages of 18-25 are invited to click the link below and complete this 15-minute survey. Submission Link
How Social Issues Impacted Voting in the 2016 US PSocialWe are looking to better understand how social issues, media use, & personal views on men & women impacted voting in the 2016 US presidential election Submission Link
Examine the Psychology Capstone ExperienceOtherWe are interested in learning about senior capstone options utilized at your school, and what works best. Submission Link
Personality Relating to Belief SystemsCognitiveThe purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of personality traits relating to personal belief systems in today's society. Submission Link
Depression, Early Maladaptive Schemas, and Health CognitiveThe purpose of this study is to explore the underlying relationships between depression, early maladaptive schemas, and specific health behaviors. Submission Link
Perceptions of Barriers to Work Force Re-EntryIndustrial/ OrganizationalI am currently conducting research on Perceptions of Barriers to Work Force Re-Entry. We are specifically looking for unemployed participants. Submission Link