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 Adam Fetterman. 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):



A Study of Disgust

Researchers: 
Micheal Weston & Trevor Case, Macquarie University

Brief description: 
Researchers at Macquarie University are developing a scale measuring disgust to various scenarios and investigating how it is related to personality. If you decide to participate, you will be asked to complete an anonymous online questionnaire which should take less than 30 minutes to complete. If you are aged 18(+) you are eligible to participate. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://mqedu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1X1lyxSMB1yG4a9

Article Author:
Adam K. Fetterman

How does imagery make you feel?

Researchers: 
Alex Wilson, Stella Chan, & Matthias Schwannauer, University of Edinburgh

Brief description: 
This survey is about mental imagery and its relationship to thinking and feeling. You will have the opportunity to complete some fun and interactive imagery tasks, and answer questions about your thoughts and feelings. This is a short survey, and should only take a round 15 minutes. Please note you can also select to be entered into a lucky draw of £30 as a gesture of our gratitude. Thank you for your interest. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://edinburgh.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/how-does-imagery-make-you-feel-1

Article Author:
Adam K. Fetterman

Cognitive and Emotional Factors Related to Intrusive Mental Imagery

Researchers: 
Domonique Doyle, Geoff Lovell, and John Parker, The University of the Sunshine Coast

Brief description: 
We are looking into different factors that influence intrusive imagery in sporting participants. To be eligible to undertake this questionnaire individuals must be over the age of 18 and have partaken or currently partake in ANY level of sport (i.e., recreational up to elite levels). 

Web Address of Study: 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YKDFZP5

Article Author:
Adam K. Fetterman

The MEM Study: Self-Harm, Mindfulness and Emotion Management

Researchers: 
Hilary Norman & Lisa Marzano, Middlesex University

Brief description: 
This study explores why some people self-harm, and how this relates to the way we experience and manage emotions.  It will compare rates of rumination, mindfulness and alexithymia (the ability to identify and describe one's emotions) in people with a history of self-harm with those who have never self-harmed. The survey is open to all adults, with or without a history of self-harm. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://mdxl.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6ybLW2eXmmhiDFr

Article Author:
Adam K. Fetterman

Improving Manager-Employee Relations

Researchers: 
Pritesh Patel, The University of Nottingham

Brief description: 
How would you describe your working relationship with your organisation? Similarly, how would you describe your relationship with your lead manager/supervisor? This relatively short study (approx. 10 minutes) seeks to understand employee perceptions of their relationship with their organisation and their manager. As we know, it is vital to have a strong understanding with your manager, which can be key to effective working and productivity and, ultimately, improve job happiness. 

Web Address of Study: 
https://nottingham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/msc-survey-nottingham

Article Author:
Adam K. Fetterman

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