We currently have a number of on-going research projects for which we are recruiting participants. Please see below for further details.
The Oxford Peer Impact Study
Perhaps you've been teased, called names, physically hurt, threatened, excluded, or gossiped about, in person or online. Your memories may seem distant or they may still bother you now.
The Oxford Peer Impact Study is exploring the impact of these experiences to help improve psychological therapies.
If you are aged 18 – 29 and have been picked on by peers, you are welcome to complete this 30-minute online survey. Answers are confidential and you’ll get £10.
Click here to start the survey
How mental visualisation can effect task performance in an online game
The aim of this study is to examine the effects of practicing mental visualization of task performance using an online game called Bloxy Beach Ball.
We are looking for healthy volunteers over the age of 18, to take part in an online game with other people. If you would like to volunteer, you will be invited to come a Department of Psychology building for one study session. The session will take no longer than an hour of your time. You will be asked to play the online game and complete some questionnaires.
If you are interested and would like some more information please contact Hannah Cribben at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, at email@example.com. There is no obligation to take part.
On completion you will be entered into a draw to win one of a number of £25 Amazon vouchers.
The effects of mental visualisation on task performance in online social interaction
We are looking for healthy volunteers, aged 18-30, to play an online game with other people. You would be invited to come to the Department of Psychology [anticipated location] for one study session. Each session would take no longer than an hour of your time. You will be asked to play the online game and complete some questionnaires.
If you are interested and would like more information please contact Selma Stearns at the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no obligation to take part.
Upon completion you will be entered into a prize draw to win an amazon voucher, and will be able to help yourself to snacks.