Participate in Research

Would you like to participate in research about cognition and mental health? The CoPE Lab at Brandeis University, directed by Dr. Hannah Snyder, is currently looking for people who would like to volunteer as research participants for various psychology studies.

For College Students Ages 18-23 Looking to Participate:


College, Cognition and Coping Study:

Posted: June 1, 2017

We are currently seeking full-time undergraduate students, who speak English fluently, and are between the ages of 18-23. Participation involves: a 2.5 hour on-campus lab visit, 4 brief weekly online questionnaires and a final phone/online follow-up after finals. You will complete cognitive tasks, and interviews and questionnaires about your mood, thoughts, and experiences.

You will be compensated up to $80 dollars for your time.

For more information, and to sign up for the study please fill out the following form.


For Teens Ages 13-18 And Their Parents Looking to Participate:

Teens ages 13-18 and their parents may qualify to participate in our studies. Participation typically involves a session in the CoPE Lab at Brandeis University, in which you/your teen would complete some tasks measuring thinking and remembering, questionnaires about mental health and life experiences, and interviews about mental health. These visits typically take 3-4 hours. Some studies involve a one-time visit, while for others we may ask you to come back for several visits over the next few years. Some studies also involve follow-up phone calls and/or online questionnaires.

Studies typically pay between $10 and $25 an hour.

If you are interested in participating in our studies, please email copelab@brandeis.eduand someone will be in touch to provide you with additional information when there is a study you may qualify for.




If you have any questions about the research being conducted or your participation in the research, feel free to contact the researchers at copelab@brandeis.edu or 781-736-3376.

If you have any questions about your rights as a subject in this research, would like to speak with someone other than the researchers about concerns you have about the study, or in the event the researchers cannot be reached, please contact the Brandeis University IRB (the University's Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects) at 781-736-8133 or irb@brandeis.edu.