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Department of Psychology

Research

Study Participation

OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Undergraduate students taking psychology classes can sign up for studies using Sona Systems.

Make sure the study is approved for credit in the class you're taking.

Look for fliers in the lobbies of Frontier Hall and the psychology wing of Nagel Hall to learn about opportunities to participate in studies.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS

The Denver Women's Health Project

SHINE Project
The Study of Infant Neurodevelopment of Emotion (SHINE) Project is recruiting 12-14 month old infants of first-time mothers. Families could receive up to $200 and a picture of their baby’s brain for participating. For the first part of this study, researchers from the University of Denver visit mom and baby in their home where we have mom and baby both complete assessments. The second part of this study is a visit to the University of Colorado Boulder for taking images of your baby’s brain. Childcare and transportation are available. Contact the Family and Child Neuroscience, University of Denver, at 303-871-3096 or email us at FCNLab@gmail.com.

IDEA Project
The Infant Development, Emotion, and Attachment (IDEA) project is recruiting first-time mothers that are currently pregnant. Moms could receive up to $300 for participating. The first part is a lab visit at around 25 weeks of pregnancy to the University of Denver. In the second part, researchers from the University of Denver visit mom and baby at their home when the baby is between 0-5 months old. The third part of the study is a neuroimaging visit to the University of Colorado Boulder where we will take images of mom’s brain. Child care and transportation are available. Contact the Family and Child Neuroscience, University of Denver, at 303-871-3096 or email us at FCNLab@gmail.com.