Research Participation Opportunities

Student conducting research with another student

Current Studies 

Eye tracking and Attention

You are invited to participate in a research study examining your pupil responses to tasks that require attention. You will be asked to wear a glasses frame that contains a device to measure your pupil dilation. While doing this you will also complete a number of computerized attention and memory tasks. Participating will take about 30 minutes to complete and will be in person in the Psychology Research Center (DOM 119). If there are any concerns or requests for Covid-19 and safety protocols, please contact the primary researcher provided below. The researchers are making the experimental environment as safe as they can for all future participants. More information can be found through contacting the primary investigator below. If you are interested in participating, please contact the researcher below with some of the following times that you are available:

AFTER 10/2/22

T, R 8-11

W 12-4

F 9-4


Henry Hansen:

Factors that influence judgement of Criminal Offense

You are invited to participate in a research study that will explore the factors that influence judgments of guilt. 

Participants will be asked to read a fictional description of an individual committing a crime. Participants will then answer a set of questions gauging the guilt of the offender in the description. Participation in this study will take approximately 25 minutes to complete, and should be completed on a computer, tablet, or large-screen device. The study can be accessed using the Qualtrics link listed below:

If you have any questions regarding the study, please contact the principal investigator listed below. 

Abigail Spilde (