denotes that this experience is only open to PSYC 101 students
Lab Research Participation
To complete the study, please find a 15-minute window of time when you are in a quiet place with no distractions and are on an internet-connected device with the sound turned on. When you are ready, go to the link below and follow the instructions. The study should not take more than 15 minutes, and at the end, you will be directed to a separate page where you can enter your name and instructor to earn credit for participating. We will close the study on Wed February 19th, so if you wish to participate, please do so before then.
Here is the link to the study:
The purpose of the study is to examine people’s evaluation about science relevant to sociopolitical issues. You will be asked to read and evaluate two scientific studies on a topic relevant to sociopolitical issues in the U.S. Your participation is completely voluntary, will take 20-30 minutes to complete, and is conducted online.
To complete the study, please:
- Make sure you’re in a quiet space with no distractions
- Please close/minimize other internet windows
- At the end of the study, you’ll be asked to provide your name and Professor’s name in a separate Google Form to receive credit for your participation. This form ensures your responses are anonymous and are separate from your name.
- Consider using a computer/laptop over a mobile phone for ease of reading.
When you’re ready to start the study, click on the secure link below:
Please email Dr. Liu if you have any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Psychology Colloquium Series
Fall Psychology Colloquium Series Speaker – Dr. Hilary Marusak
Winter Psychology Colloquium Series – Dr. Gary Gregg
Spring Psychology Colloquium Series Speaker – Dr. Sylvia Perry
Psychology Movie Night
Host: Psychology Department DSA
Psychology Coffee Break Series
No Planned Fall 2019 Events