Graduate student research: participants required

Support your fellow graduate student by participating in a current research study.  Click on the titles below to find more information on the studies.

Are you a graduate student who would like to post information on this web page about your study?  Submit the Request for participants to support graduate research form (Graduate Studies forms website).

Fall 2017 participant requests

Title of study Name of graduate student Participant requirements

New graduate students’ workplace interactions: A longitudinal study

Vincent Phan Must be a new (i.e., first-year) graduate student, and must have an academic supervisor.

Development of form visual acuity in infants measured by schematic faces

Norah Alkanhal Healthy kids 15-36 months with normal development, who do not have eye conditions and who were not premature.
Minecraft Research Study Diane Watson Must be a Minecraft player over 15 years of age.

Spring 2017 participant requests

Title of study Name of graduate student Participant requirements

Subjective Quality Evaluation of Digital Images and Videos

Shahrukh Athar

Participants should not be color blind and should have 20/20 vision (with correction if necessary)

Winter 2017 participant requests

Graduate student research participant requests
Title of study Name of graduate student Participant requirements
Global and Local Motion Processing in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Psychophysical Study

Asmaa

Bakroon

Individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, ages 16-40, and non-autistic individuals ages 16-40
Subjective Video Quality Assessment Zhengfang Duanmu  
From genes to behaviour: A post-concussion examination of sensitive measures for mild traumatic brain injury sequelae and recovery Alamri Suhailah Competitive level athletes, clinically diagnosed with a post-concussion syndrome (PCS), must be 18 -30 years old
SmartSurveys: Exploring the Barriers to Patient Feedback Using Smartphones Denise Ng Must own a smartphone