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Research Participants Wanted

Welcome to Pepperdine University GSEP's Study Opportunities Hub – your gateway to exciting research experiences and academic exploration! We believe in fostering a vibrant and collaborative learning environment, and our Study Opportunities Hub is designed to connect passionate individuals with unique research opportunities that call for participants.

As a dynamic hub for academic engagement, we serve as a bridge between researchers seeking participants for their studies and individuals eager to contribute to important research.

Why Explore Study Opportunities with Us?

  • Diverse Research Areas: Our platform hosts a wide array of study opportunities to showcase the breadth of research happening within our academic community.
  • Collaboration and Networking: Participating in research studies is not just about contributing; it's about building connections. Engage with leading academics, fellow students, and experts in your field, expanding your network and creating lasting collaborations that extend beyond the duration of the study.
  • Personal Growth and Skill Development: Research participation offers more than academic insight – it's a chance for personal and professional growth. Hone your critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills as you actively contribute to the advancement of knowledge in your chosen field.
  • Accessible Opportunities: We believe in making opportunities accessible to everyone. Our platform welcomes individuals from all backgrounds to explore and engage in cutting-edge research.

Please view the Research Participants Bill of Rights.

How It Works:

  • Browse Opportunities: Explore our list of current study opportunities.
  • Connect with Researchers: Once selected, researchers leading the study will reach out to you if you fit the participant criteria. Ask questions, discuss the project, and prepare for a rewarding and intellectually stimulating experience.
  • Apply with Ease: Application information is available directly within the posting.

Research Opportunities

If you want to feature your research opportunity, please contact us at

Job Satisfaction Survey

We are seeking participants to take a survey that explores work and agency characteristics and how it relates to job satisfaction and tenure in the field. Additionally, we are also interested in alternative career paths that behavior analysts have considered and/or are currently considering. The survey should take no more than 15 minutes and will ask you questions related to your current or most recent job position, questions regarding alternative career paths you’ve considered, as well as demographic questions. The data collected will be anonymous.

If you are interested, please visit the survey to review the informed consent document.

Feel free to distribute the survey link to anyone else who may be interested in participating. If you have any additional questions, please e-mail

Attachment and Mentalization Impact on Adult Romantic Relationships Survey

survey QR codeHave you ever experienced hardships in your romantic relationships?

A researcher is seeking participants to take part in a 15 - 20 minute survey. They are hoping to learn more about the risk factors to being victimized in romantic relationships among young adults. They will be asking questions about your ability to reflect on your mind and the minds of others, the ways in which you relate to others, and how you resolve conflict.

To participate in this study, you must meet the following criteria.

  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must have had one romantic relationship lasting 90 days or more
  • Must be fluent in English
  • Must have access to a computer

Participate to win 1 of 10 $20 Amazon gift cards!

Please contact the researcher at with any questions.

Use the QR code to complete the survey.

Therapeutic Gaming: Exploring Perspectives on Video Games as Treatment Tools through Survey and Interviews of Clinicians, Clients, and Game Developers

therapeutic gaming QR code My name is Michie Leccese and I am a PhD student at the University of Southern California. I also hold a role as a research assistant in the Annenberg Game Lab.

I am conducting a research study on the perceptions of using video games in a therapeutic setting. The name of this research study is "Therapeutic Gaming: Exploring Perspectives on Video Games as Treatment Tools through Survey and Interviews of Clinicians, Clients, and Game Developers." They are seeking your participation in this study.

Your participation is completely voluntary, and I will address your questions or concerns at any point before or during the study. You may be eligible to participate in this study if you meet the following criteria:

  • Are a licensed or certified clinician or therapist with a specialization or experience in fields such as psychology, psychiatry, counseling, or occupational therapy
  • Or an individual who has received and/or currently receiving therapy or treatment for mental health or behavioral issues
  • Or a Game developer involved in the creation of video games. (This may include designers, developers, producers, etc. within the gaming industry)
  • You are over 18 years old

If you decide to participate in this study, you will be asked to do the following activities:

  • Complete an online survey about your perceptions and experience with video games, therapeutic practices, and mental health

The results will be published in my thesis, a presentation, and/or publication. Participants will not be identified in the results. I will take reasonable measures to protect the security of all your personal information. All data will be de-identified prior to any publication or presentation. I may share your data, de-identified with other researchers in the future. This study has been approved by the University of Southern California's Institutional Review Board reference number UP-24-00357.

If you have any questions about this study, please contact me at and/or (310)892-8330. If you have any questions about your rights as a research participant, please contact the University of Southern California Institutional Review Board at (323) 442-0114 or email

To participate in the survey scan the QR code or email me at