Research Participation

BC Community Wellness Project

BC Community Wellness Project

UBC researchers and United Way BC invite BC residents age 19+ to participate in a study on residents’ daily activities. Are you interested in contributing to the research being done in your BC community? Researchers at the Social Health Lab at UBC and United Way BC invite residents of British Columbia to participate in a study on BC […]

Allies in Health Study

Allies in Health Study

Are you 18+? Do you have a social tie who is 60+? Our Health and Adult Development Lab invites you to take part in research! Participate in a new study! Study Description: The primary purpose of the Allies in Health study is to consider how social support plays a role in the everyday life of […]

Bipolar Disorder App Study

Bipolar Disorder App Study

If you are above 18, have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder, and live in North America, be the first one to try the PolarUs app! Participate in a study! The CREST.BD research network has just launched a research study evaluating the impact of a new app for bipolar disorder – PolarUs. The first of its […]

ESSBots: A Framework for Embodying Teen Social Interaction in a Robot Swarm

ESSBots: A Framework for Embodying Teen Social Interaction in a Robot Swarm

If you are aged 12-15, come and interact with tiny robots! Take part in the in-person study and receive a $30 CAD Amazon gift card! Participate in a study! A new project with robots is happening at the University of British Columbia and we’re asking you to take part in it. The project will help […]

Simulated Online Interview Study (Hormonal)

Simulated Online Interview Study (Hormonal)

Social Health Lab is recruiting female participants aged 19-25, who are currently using hormonal contraceptives, or have used them at some point in the past. How does hormonal contraceptive use affect females’ response to online interviews? Help the Social Health Lab to find out! Study Description: The Simulated Online Interview Study examines how current or […]

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Life Story Development Among Children

UBC Gestures and Language Development Lab (GLAD Lab) is recruiting children aged 6-7 years old to participate in a fun and interactive online research study! Participate in a new study! The Life Story Development Among Children Study is designed to look at how children tell stories about themselves. Study Description: The study will take place […]

Tilt Experiment

Tilt Experiment

If you are above 18, have no history of neurological damage, are right-hand dominant, and have corrected or corrected-to-normal vision, participate in an in-person study! New research! UBC Vision Lab invites you to participate in the Tilt Experiment. The study is designed to investigate the neural architecture of the visual system. Study Procedure: You will […]

CURRENTS Study

CURRENTS Study

If you are 18+ and fluent in English, complete a short survey about the effectiveness of MisconSEXions, an online knowledge-sharing initiative for sex and sexuality! Contribute to Advance Research! CURRENTS: Capturing Understanding of Recent Research and Evaluating kNowledge Translation on Sexuality The Sexuality and Well-Being Lab is evaluating the effectiveness of MisconSEXions to communicate information […]

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Truth Telling and Trust Study

Do you have a child aged 5-11? Child and Teen Study Lab invites you and your child(ren) to take part in a short online study! Participate in research with your child! Trustworthiness is a fundamental facet of our everyday relationships with others, although its interaction with honesty and benevolence has not yet fully been explored. […]

Simulated Online Interview Study

Simulated Online Interview Study

Are you between the ages of 19-25? Social Health Lab is looking for you! Participate in an online mock job interview and receive $30 CAD. Study Description: The Simulated Online Interview Study examines participants’ responses to an online mock job interview. Eligibility: Anyone between the ages of 19-25 may be eligible for this study. Study […]