Online Research

Below you will find a list of links to studies in which you can participate. These are either surveys or experiments on the internet. They are organized chronologically. The list is maintained by Julia Rohrer. If you are interested in submitting your own study to our database, please send us an e-mail at research@in-mind.org with 'Online Study' in the subject heading, detailing the information provided by the list below. An important note: Please ascertain that you submit a brief description of the study, which will be read by the participants:

Title of the Study:
Researchers (without academic titles):
Institution:
Web Address of Study:
Brief Description of the Study:
Ethics Review Information (including review number):



Victims and Non-Victims of Indecent Exposure: Experiences and Perspectives

Researchers: 
Julia Langley, Simon Duff, University of Nottingham

Brief description: 
This study is looking for female participants who are 16 years of age or older and living in the UK. Participants will fill in a secure online questionnaire. Once this is completed they may be asked to participate in an online or face-to-face interview at their discretion. The study is attempting to find out more about indecent exposure and women’s understanding of it. All the information collected will be treated with confidentiality and anonymity. For more information about this study please email the address above.

Web Address of Study: 
https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/indecent-exposure-perspectives

Article Author:
Julia M. Rohrer

Minority Students' College Stress Survey

Researchers: 
LaDrea Ingram, Teachers College, Columbia University 

Brief description: 
The Research Group on Disparities in Health within the Department of Health and Behavior Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University, in New York, New York is studying psychosocial factors associated with health and education outcomes in minority college students. The study includes your answering questions regarding your experiences of stress, trauma, health status, perceived racism and/or oppression, coping with stress, and your educational outcomes. Our goal is to use what we learn from this study to share information on the needs of minority college students to improve their educational and health outcome. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MinorityCollegeStudentSurvey

Article Author:
Julia M. Rohrer

The Use of Game Theory in Behavioral Studys

Researchers: 
Alisa Nikia Schoebel, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife (Brasil)

Brief description: 
In my last research paper I want to explore the decision-making process in a game theoretical environment with the help of an online quiz. The quiz takes aprox. 15 minutes and contains 17 questions. I am basically interested in exploring firstly, if the decisions made by financial agents do differ from the decisions made by non-financial agents (in this case financial agents are students from the area of finance and professionals working within this field) and secondly, to which extend. 

Web Address of Study: 
http://www.academicexperiment.com/

Article Author:
Julia M. Rohrer

The acceptability of using health-related data mined from Twitter as a research and clinical tool

Researchers: 
Natalie Berry, Donna Littlewood, Trish Gooding, Sandra Bucci, University of Manchester

Brief description: 
We are conducting research to investigate how Twitter users feel about researchers and clinicians accessing, collecting and analysing their tweets for research and clinical purposes. We are looking for people who have past or current experience of accessing Twitter (even if they do not have a profile), are 18 years of age or over, and able to take part in a simple online survey. The survey generally takes around 7 minutes to complete and will take no longer than 15 minutes. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://apps.mhs.manchester.ac.uk/surveys/TakeSurvey.aspx?PageNumber=1&SurveyID=7601nm36&Preview=true

Article Author:
Julia M. Rohrer

Development of a brain injury assessment tool

Researchers: 
Paula Foscarini-Craggs, Claire Williams, Swansea University

Brief description: 
We are conducting research to revise and revalidate an observational assessment tool commonly used in brain injury rehabilitation, known as the St Andrews-Swansea Neurobehavioural Outcome Scale (SASNOS). We are looking for healthy individuals (non-brain Injured) between 18 and 65 years of age, who speak fluent English to take part in a simple online study. You will be asked to fill in a series of questionnaires online. The study will take around 15-20 minutes to complete.

Web Address of Study: 
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MZSJ3GS

Article Author:
Julia M. Rohrer

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