We are looking for female participants to take part in a study at the School of Psychology. The study involves a short drawing task, as well as some questionnaires and cognitive tests. This will take approximately 30 minutes and we will pay £4 for your time. If you are interested in participating in this study, please contact Fiona Pearson at PearsonF1@cardiff.ac.uk, or Dr Job van der Schalk at email@example.com
We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study at the School of Psychology. The study will take approximately 30 minutes and involves completing two simple computerized tasks. We will pay you £5 for your time.
If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’d like to invite you to our Open Day 2015. Date: Wednesday 9th September 2015 Time: 12.00 – 2.00pm and 5.00 – 7.00pm Location: Cyber Café in the Centre for Lifelong Learning, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff CF24 4AG The Choices prospectus is out, you’ve had a browse through our course listings, but you’re not quite sure which course to choose or have a few questions about enrolment? No problem, we’ve arranged an Open Day for you! We’ll be running drop-in sessions from 12.00 – 2.00pm or 5.00 – 7.00pm with refreshments provided in the relaxed atmosphere of the Cyber Café. You will be able to ask our friendly tutors and reception staff about our courses, entry requirements, funding, and enrolment. You are very welcome to bring along family or friends who you think might be interested in a course. We look forward to meeting you!
Looking for students interested in volunteering for a children’s swimming club based in Ely, Cardiff. The club involves helping children with a variety of complex additional needs and learning disorders, to learn how to swim, learn new motor and play skills and learn to work with groups of new people. Volunteers will initially receive guidance and there is opportunity to complete Halliwick Method Swimming Therapy training. Students must have a CRB/ DBS check and be motivated to work with children. Please follow the instructions on the website and for any queries contact the manager Wendy Barwise by emailing: email@example.com
We are looking for female participants for an EEG study investigating the effects of perfume. So if you
- Are female
- Aged 18-49 years
- Do not smoke
- Do not have asthma, eczema sinusitis,anosmia (loss of smell) or respiratory problems
- Are not currently experiencing hayfever
- Are not pregnant or nursing a baby
We need you
- Due to this is a study about the female perfume, so please make sure do not use any perfume or deodorant before you come to the study, otherwise it will mask our experiment perfume and mask the result!
- Please email us and we let you know time slot convenient for you.
- For this study, you need to come to our lab : W/2.18 in Biosciences school.
- It will last 75mins and we will pay £10 for your participation!
When? As soon as possible; whenever you are free
For further information and to arrange to take part contact Olena Petter: PetterO@cardiff.ac.uk
We will tell you more about the project and answer any questions you may have.
Researchers at the School of Psychology, Cardiff University are looking for Staff and Student volunteers for research on alcohol and cognitive control. Payment: £40 (£20 per session) Time Required: Two sessions, 5 ½ hours each, 2 hours of which can be spent as you like in the psychology buildings.
When: As soon as possible; whenever you are free
WHO CAN TAKE PART? Any male or female with Body Mass Index of 18 – 28, drinker of alcohol, aged over 18, not allergic to alcohol, not allergic to orangina, not currently taking neuroactive medication or medication that may be affected by alcohol.
WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE? We study how alcohol affects cognitive control. You will be asked to complete some simple tasks on a computer using your hands and your eyes (your eyes will be tracked by an eye tracker). You will complete these before and after a drink, which may or may not contain alcohol. You will need to complete two sessions and have 1 week abstinence from illicit drugs, 24 hours abstinence from alcohol, 4 hours fasting prior to participation on both testing days.
WHAT HAPPENS TO ALL THE INFORMATION? All the information provided will be anonymous. You would not provide your name with the answers and only the research team will have access to anonymous data.
HOW CAN YOU TAKE PART? Further information and to arrange to take part contact Anne Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will tell you more about the project and answer any questions you may have.
We would like to invite students and members of staff at Cardiff University to participate in a study into dental anxiety. Not everyone loves going to the dentist and we are interested in finding out why. The more we know the more we can do to make visiting the dentist an enjoyable experience for everyone. If you agree to participate in this survey you will be entered into a prize draw for a £20 shopping voucher.
Time estimate to complete survey is 10 minutes. Please click on the following link. You will be taken to the Bristol Online Survey site and there receive further instruction. Dental Anxiety Survey
Participants wanted for a 12 min online survey about social media videos – draw a chance to win one of five prizes that worth £20.
Here’s the chance to take a break from your work and studies, watching inspiring videos that might change your life. I am working on a thesis project in communication and conducting a research study about online video perceptions.
To qualify for this research study, you must be between the ages of 16 to 69, watch videos on social media for at least once, and not be employed in the field of video production. It’s a short and easy survey. Just click below to get started. To participate in this brief survey, please use the link below.
Click here to take the survey: http://kwiksurveys.com/s.asp?sid=8sgfpsk7fox4xph511031
My name is Katia Vione I am conducting my PhD in Social Psychology under the supervision of Prof. Greg Maio. We are recruiting female participants for a 15-minutes online study looking at everyday choices and the importance of various abstract ideas. All answers are confidential, and you can choose to participate in the prize draw for one of two vouchers worth £50. This is for female participants only.
If you would like to complete the survey please follow the link below: https://cardiffunipsych.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8eTBbbdM9T5fmYZ
STUDENT SUPPORT CENTRE CLOSURE NOTICE Please note that our services (not including the Cardiff Assessment Centre) will be closed from Monday 3rd August through to Friday 7th August 2015 for staff training In cases of an emergency please contact Security on 029 2087 4444. If you wish to send an email please contact the following addresses – all emails will be checked on a daily basis: Advice and Money – email@example.com Careers and Employability – firstname.lastname@example.org Counselling, Health and Wellbeing – email@example.com Disability – firstname.lastname@example.org Dyslexia – email@example.com Sorry for any inconvenience caused, we will be open as normal Monday 10th August 2015
Initially, not all IT services will be fully supported on Microsoft’s newest operating system Windows 10. The advice from University IT Services is to delay upgrading until they have investigated if there are any issues to be aware of.
More information is available on the Windows 10 webpage.
Cardiff Portal will no longer be available from September. Prepare yourself for the change by using the intranet as your gateway for accessing University information.
From 1 September you will not be able to access Cardiff Portal. It is being decommissioned because it can no longer be developed or fixed if something goes wrong.
The majority of services available are now available in the intranet.
Services which are not yet available (Manage my Publications and the myPrint balance) are in development, and will be published on the intranet ahead of the switch-over.
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The intranet was launched to staff and students in January 2015 and has had over 750,000 page views in its first six months.
If you have not yet started to visit the intranet, why not start now?
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This will ensure that you stay up to date with the latest University news as well as being able to find University information quickly.
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We are looking for volunteers of all sexual orientations that would be interested in taking part in a study at the School of Psychology. We are able to reimburse £10-15 for your time, and possible travel expenses. If you are interested, please contact AbrahamLO@cardiff.ac.uk for more information, stating your sexual orientation
Participants wanted for an 8 min online study about human values – two cash prizes of £50.
We are social psychologists investigating the relation of personality and human values. For this purpose we have created an online questionnaire that takes around 8 minutes to complete.
All the information provided will be anonymous. You will not be asked to provide your name and only the research team will have access to the anonymous data.This project has been reviewed and ethically approved by the Ethics Committee of the School of Psychology, Cardiff University. We appreciate your participation and to show you that, you will be entered into a drawing for two cash prizes of £50, if you provide your email address at the end of the questionnaire.
Link to the online questionnaire: https://cardiffunipsych.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3aPIKMv7rrlzect
Many thanks in advance for your consideration of this project. Please contact Paul Hanel, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you require further information.