OCD and Hoarding
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University are conducting two online studies about the relationships of individuals with OCD or hoarding. Each study involves completing questionnaires online about relationships, emotions and OCD. You must be at least 18 to participate. Those who participate may enter into a raffle for a Target gift card. The information gathered from this study may help to improve therapies for OCD.
For more information:
Click Here for individuals with OCD and/or hoarding
Click Here for relatives and significant others of those with OCD and/or hoarding.
Child Anxiety and Other Disorders
The Family Relationships and Child Emotions Study is currently conducting online studies about Selective Mutism, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and ADHD in children and how these disorders affect both child and family. You must be 18 to participate. Those who participate may enter into a raffle for a Target gift card. The information gathered from this study may help to improve therapies for children and their families.
For more information:
Child Social Anxiety
Child Separation Anxiety
Child Selective Mutism
Coming Out Study
The Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychological Sciences is currently recruiting participants for an online study of LGBQ individuals' experiences with the coming out process. The purpose of this study is to determine whether certain factors related to individuals' relationships, family functioning, religious beliefs, and emotional experiences predict how "out" someone is. We are also interested in whether how "out" you are is related to symptoms of anxiety and depression, and under what circumstances. To participate, individuals must identify as LGBQ (non-heterosexual) and be at least 18 years of age. The study will take approximately 45 minutes to complete, and can be completed on any computer with an internet connection. No identifying information will be completed for this survey, and all answers will be kept confidential. Please follow the link below in order to participate.
Click here to participate in a study on the emotional impact of the coming out process in LGBQ individuals
Undergraduate Subject Pool Studies