Archive for the ‘Research Study’ Category

New course announcement

Posted: December 12, 2014 by joshuasites in Announcements, Fellowships, Grants, Research Study
The Office of Competitive Awards and Research (IUCARE) has designed a 2 credit course for which the primary objective is completing an application for a nationally-competitive award. Awards fund a wide range of activities such as conducting summer research with an NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates or taking part in a Fulbright summer institute in the UK. Students who successfully complete the course will have completed an application or be ready to apply for an award.
The course is COLL X 288, “Apply for Competitive Award,” and it is being offered during both 8 week sessions of spring 2015. Grades will be S/F and will be determined by assessment of three short written assignments and participation in classroom group activities.  Both 8 week sessions will meet MWF in Sycamore 003 from 1:15-2:15.

Posted: October 10, 2012 by IUsec in Research Study

We are looking for participants for online survey to understand culturally different

user expectations and perceptions of everyday robots. You are receiving this email

because you are a student or an employee at Indiana University. Your email address

was obtained from a global address list.

To be able to take part in this study you must be over 18 years old and US citizen.
Your participation in this survey will take 30 minutes or less.

Participants will automatically be entered into $25 gift certificate lottery after finishing 

this survey.If you are interested in participating, please follow the link below.

If you have any questions regarding this survey, please email 

Heerin Lee at or Selma Savanovic at


The Cognitive Development Lab at Indiana University is currently seeking bilingual speakers to participate in studies on bilingualism, attention, and language learning. Participation is compensated. If interested, please contact Viridiana Benitez at 812-855-8256 or send an email to

Native Spanish and Korean Speakers

Posted: February 6, 2012 by IUsec in Jobs, Research Study, Uncategorized

Adult bilingual speakers, who fluently speak English and Korean or English and Spanish, between the ages of 18 and 35, are needed for a study on the perception of foreign-accented speech. Participants must have started studying English at the age of 10 or older and arrived in the United States at the age of 18 or older. Participants must have normal speech and hearing. The experiment takes one session lasting 60 – 120 minutes and will be held in the Speech and Hearing Sciences building. Participants will listen to speech and type in what they hear, arrange icons on a screen, and/or make judgments about speech samples. Additionally, participants will fill out a language background questionnaire and will have their hearing screened. Participants will be paid $10 per hour. Contact Tessa Bent at for more information. To sign-up, go to