Psychology Student Participants
If you are a UBC student and would like to participate in a study currently being conducted in the Emotion and Self Lab, please go to the Subject Pool website and sign up. Our studies are conducted on the second and third floors of the Kenny Building at UBC (2136 West Mall), or on-line. We greatly appreciate your participation! If you want to know more about the purpose or findings of a study you participated in, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the study.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
The Emotion and Self Lab is currently seeking undergraduate psychology majors who want to learn more about social-personality research to volunteer as research assistants, or do a Directed Studies in the lab. To learn more about current research projects you might get involved in, check out our Projects page. Research assistants and Directed Studies students participate in every aspect of our research, from recruiting participants to running experiments, to organizing and collecting data, to coming up with ideas for studies and even helping to analyze data and write up results. Directed Studies students typically manage or run a project, taking a leadership role. Volunteering as a research assistant or completing a Directed Studies program is the best way to get research experience and learn about the research process, as well as about graduate programs in social/personality psychology. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about ongoing projects that need the help of research assistants, email our lab manager Jeff Markusoff (email@example.com).
If you are interested in working with Jess as a doctoral student in the UBC Psychology PhD program, please feel free to get in touch. Email Jess with details about why you’re interested in her research and the lab, as well as your own research experience and background. We look forward to hearing from you!
Alcoholism and Emotions Study Participants
We are studying the emotional causes of addiction and recovery, and are seeking members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) groups and anyone currently in recovery from alcoholism who are willing to participate in our research. Please contact Jeff Markusoff by phone 604-822-3995 or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and provide him with your contact information. All information collected will be completely anonymous. We are particularly interested in including newly joined AA members (i.e., 4 months sober or less) and long-term members (i.e., 5 years sober or more). If you meet either of these criteria, please get in touch!