Do Emotions Get the Best of You?

If you are an adult and interested in participating in psychological research, you may be eligible for a study that examines emotional activity in daily life. As a participant in the study, you will be asked to complete questionnaires online, download an app to your iPhone or Android smartphone and answer questions for two weeks on that app as you go about your life. All procedures will take place online or through your phone. You will need reliable Internet service to start this study (i.e., complete questionnaires online and download an app to your phone).

Your time is important to us, and you will be compensated up to $100 in gift cards for the two-week study. You will receive $10 for completing measures online and doing a training session on your phone and up to $90 for answering questions on your phone for two weeks. All payments will be made in the form of electronic gift cards to

If interested, please visit our website at to complete the eligibility questionnaire. For additional information, email, or call (479) 310-0522 and ask about the Fluctuations in Needs and Personality States emotion study.


Regina Schreiber , member, TEMPT/Leap Lab
Department of Psychological Science


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