Research participation to understand intimate partner violence and emotional health in college students

The Culture, Family, and Child Development Lab (CFCD) Lab in the psychology department is looking for participants for this study as part of an undergraduate student’s thesis.  This is a VOLUNTARY study. Your identity will remain anonymous. This study will take about 15 minutes to complete. Criteria: All participants must be 18+, enrolled in a 4-year … Continue reading Research participation to understand intimate partner violence and emotional health in college students

INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF Gmail BEHAVIOR

Dr. Daqing Hou performs research in behavioral user authentication and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts. You must be >=18 years of age to participate. The project involves studying continuous human computing activity, specifically mouse and keyboard behaviors, to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction with traditional methods) … Continue reading INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF Gmail BEHAVIOR

INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF Gmail BEHAVIOR

Dr. Daqing Hou performs research in behavioral user authentication and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts. You must be >=18 years of age to participate. The project involves studying continuous human computing activity, specifically mouse and keyboard behaviors, to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction with traditional methods) … Continue reading INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF Gmail BEHAVIOR

Inviting individuals from ages 18-80 years old to participate in a study of computer typing behavior

Dr. Daqing Hou performs research in behavioral user authentication and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts. You must be >=18 years of age to participate. The project involves studying continuous human computing activity, specifically mouse and keyboard behaviors, to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction with traditional methods) … Continue reading Inviting individuals from ages 18-80 years old to participate in a study of computer typing behavior

INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF COMPUTER TYPING BEHAVIOR

Dr. Daqing Hou performs research in behavioral user authentication and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts. You must be >=18 years of age to participate. The project involves studying continuous human computing activity, specifically mouse and keyboard behaviors, to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction with traditional methods) … Continue reading INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF COMPUTER TYPING BEHAVIOR

INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF GMAIL BEHAVIOR

Dr. Daqing Hou performs research in behavioral user authentication and is looking for subjects willing to participate in his research efforts. You must be >=18 years of age to participate. The project involves studying continuous human computing activity, specifically mouse and keyboard behaviors, to determine their effectiveness (either alone or in conjunction with traditional methods) … Continue reading INVITING INDIVIDUALS FROM AGES 18 TO 80 YEARS OLD TO PARTICIPATE IN A STUDY OF GMAIL BEHAVIOR

Research Project Opportunities

Clarkson has initiated a new process and opportunity for faculty to submit ideas for research projects, infrastructure projects, and/or educational and workforce development projects, which can be found here.  From the introductory paragraph: “Clarkson University supports scientific peer-review as the primary and preferred mechanism for allocating federal research support. However, the university will also undertake efforts to … Continue reading Research Project Opportunities