Want to help my students? (Online research)

 

Help a student (or even two)!

A few of my students have some interesting online research going on as part of their courses – have a look and see if you’d like to  take part of :-). There is no payment for participation, except the warm glow you get inside for having helped someone out 🙂

Eyewitness testimony around pubs and clubs

One of my  students (Georgina Bartlett) is doing a study  investigating eyewitness memory for crimes that take place around pubs and clubs as part of her doctoral studies-  If you wish to take part, you will be asked to complete a consent form before watching a short video clip of a crime outside a bar. You will also be asked to fill in a short questionnaire. In total the study should take around 10 minutes. You can find out more about this study by clicking here.

How people interact with Facebook

One of my undergraduates, Christian Powell, is looking at how people interact with Facebook as part of their undergraduate studies. This questionaire will ask you how well you can resist clicking facebook notifications, and takes about 15 minutes. If you want to find out more, click here.

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