Paid Research Study on Emotions, Imagination, and Coping

If you are a current student between the ages of 18 and 25, you may be eligible to participate in a research study on the effects of emotions and imagination on coping styles.

The study will involve a private interview with a researcher, completion of computerized questionnaires, listening to a short scenario, and answering questions regarding how you might respond to the situation. Participation will take approximately 1.5 hours. You will receive either one-half SONA research credit per 30 minutes of participation, or monetary compensation equaling $5 per 30 minutes of participation ($20 maximum).

Participation requires a brief telephone screening to determine eligibility. If you are interested, please submit your contact information online, or call Lauren Hurd at 636-548-0064 about the "Emotion and Imagination Study," leaving a message with your name, phone number, and preferred time to be contacted.


Lauren Hurd, graduate assistant
Psychological Science


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