Research Participation

Examining Stress, Coping, and Health among Jewish College and University Students

The Centre for Health and Coping Studies is collecting information on how Jewish students are coping in light of the heightened antisemitism being displayed on college and university campuses. Study title: Examining Stress, Coping, and Health among Jewish College and University Students Principal Investigator: Dr. Anita DeLongis Study Coordinator: Talia Morstead, PhD Student Who can […]

Fitness, Aging, and Stress Lab at UBC: Exercise and Social Interaction Trial (EAST)

The Exercise and Social Interaction Trial (EAST) is recruiting participants. The study is being conducted by the Fitness, Aging, and Stress (FAST) Lab at the University of British Columbia, led by Principal Investigator Dr. Eli Puterman and Co-Investigator Dr. Frances Chen. The EAST team will be exploring the effects of exercise on how we respond […]

B.R.A.I.N. Lab: Clairvoyant – Psilocybin Assisted Therapy for Alcohol Use Disorder

The Behavioral Reward Affect + Impulsivity Neuroscience (B.R.A.I.N.) Lab at the University of British Columbia is conducting a study to investigate the effectiveness of psilocybin, a serotonergic psychedelic against a placebo with the support of psychotherapy for individuals who struggle with AUD. The information obtained from this research can inform the potential benefits of psychedelic […]

Teen Health and Development Study

Teen Health and Development Study

The Social Health Lab invites young females between the ages of 13-15 who are currently using hormonal contraceptives to take part in a longitudinal study. Receive an honorarium of up to $240! Participate in the study! The UBC Social Health Lab is exploring how hormonal contraceptives affect teens’ health and social development. The Lab is […]

UBC Psychology Paid Studies

The Paid Participant Studies List is hosted on the Psychology Graduate Student Council website. While most studies here are conducted in the Psychology Department, other departments recruiting participants are welcome to advertise. Learn more and participate.

Human Subject Pool

The Human Subject Pool (HSP) is an essential and valuable component of UBC Psychology’s teaching and research. Undergraduate students can also earn extra credits by participating.