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Current labs seeking participants
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.
Perfectionism and Psychopathology Lab Perfectionism involves demanding perfection of oneself or others as well as being harshly critical and is associated with difficulties such as depression, anxiety, and many other personal problems. The Perfectionism and Psychopathology Lab is currently conducting a study on treatments for perfectionism. If you have difficulties with perfectionism and would like to receive treatment as part […]
The Centre for Collaborative Research on Hoarding Overwhelmed and crowded out by heaps of stuff at home? Is stuff getting in your way? Embarrassed or ashamed to bring people home? Are possessions starting to take over your home? You can help us to better understand clutter and hoarding. Join our research study on cognition and receive $40! Eligibility: Fluent English speakers ages […]
UBC Interpersonal Lab Are you socially anxious? Is social anxiety your main concern? We are looking for adults with social anxiety to participate in a study on UBC campus. If you are interested, we will conduct a brief 10-15 minute phone interview to assess your eligibility. If you are eligible, you will be invited into the lab for two sessions, […]
UBC Visual Cognition Lab The UBC Visual Cognition Lab has multiple interesting paid experiments running all term long that need your help. Sign up at: reservax.com/ubcviscog Lab website: viscoglab.psych.ubc.ca
UBC Psychology Paid Studies Need some extra cash? Take part in paid studies. Please check the eligibility requirements for each study. Some studies are only open to UBC students, others are open to the general public.
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.