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Social Accuracy Lab
Social Accuracy Lab
Get paid to watch videos! The Social Accuracy Lab is recruiting participants for a study. Participants will be asked to watch six short video clips about different people, and rate each person given a set criterion. The study will take 90 minutes and participants will be paid $15. Eligibility: Must be over the age of 18. […]

Social Health Lab
Social Health Lab
Teen Health and Emotions Study: The UBC Social Health Lab is currently inviting teenage women and one of their parents to come to 6 lab sessions at UBC across 3 years. Participating families will be compensated with an honorarium of up to $180 ($30 for each completed lab session). By participating in this study, you and your […]

The Depression, Anxiety and Stress Lab
The Depression, Anxiety and Stress Lab
The Depression, Anxiety and Stress Lab in UBC’s department of psychology is conducting research to identify which kids are most at risk of mental illness during the transition from elementary to high school, and why. They invite families to participate if they have children who will be entering high school in September. Participating families will start with […]

Become a Research Assistant or Volunteer

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UBC Health and Adult Development Lab
UBC Health and Adult Development Lab
The UBC Health and Adult Development Lab is currently looking for volunteer Research Assistants to start in the summer and continue into the 2019/2020 academic year. Research Assistants will be given the chance to work in a team investigating what strategies partners and individuals use to solve everyday problems. For more details about our lab […]

Social Cognitive Development Lab
Social Cognitive Development Lab
The Social Cognitive Development Lab is currently looking for volunteers interested in research! At the Social Cognitive Development Lab, we explore how children establish preferences for and beliefs about other people. Through our research, we hope to understand how preferences for and stereotypes about people are acquired and change across development on both a conscious and an unconscious level of processing. We will be looking for […]

Infant Studies Centre
Infant Studies Centre
The UBC Infant Studies Centre is looking for motivated undergraduate volunteers who: Are interested in language acquisition and development Would enjoy working with parents and their infants (2-26 months old) Can commit to volunteering 9 hours/week throughout both the Summer & Fall terms Have a GPA of at least 80% either overall or in their […]