Request for Participants
If you are planning to conduct research using participants from the pool (this includes course-related projects, theses and dissertations), we will need to receive your request form for participant-hours by the close of business on September 8. If you are planning multiple studies, please complete a form for each individual study.

At the conclusion of the research, you must submit an abstract of your work. This abstract will be posted on the Media Effects Lab website (www.melresearch.com ). More details on using the participant pool can be found at http://melresearch.com/resources-subject-pool/faculty-graduate-students/
Researcher(s)
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Project Title *
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Researcher email address (please only include your own)
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Number of Participants Requested (Include the results of a power analysis) *
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Anticipated Participant Time Commitment (in minutes) *
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Earliest Possible Start Date *
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Ideal Date of Completion *
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IRB approval number and Expiration (Date of submission if submitted but awaiting approval; anticipated date of submission if not yet submitted) *
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Is this a lab-based or online study?
Does this study require the use of the MEL?
Please provide a brief one-paragraph description of your study, including explanation of the hypotheses to be tested, the equipment/software to be used (especially whether the study will be completed in the lab or via the web or in some other format), and what you hope to achieve with the study (e.g. pilot test for external grant application, data for publication, thesis/dissertation data, etc.). You may also use this space to indicate any unique or unusual features of your design that will help us better meet your needs (i.e. subject pre-testing requirements, a specific population of students, etc.). *
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Instructions for an alternate assignment for students who are not yet 18 years old. *
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