Paid Subject Pool Information
The Psychology Paid Subject Pool provides the opportunity to receive payment for participating in studies conducted by members of the Psychology Department. All studies are conducted in accordance with the ethical procedures established by the University Institutional Review Board (IRB).
You must be at least 18 years old to participate in the Psychology Paid Subject Pool.
This page contains information and a variety of other helpful resources for both students and researchers involved in the Psychology Paid Subject Pool. Questions may be directed to the Subject Pool Coordinator.
Contact Information for Subject Pool Coordinator
Office: 305 Psychology
Office Hours: By appointment
Describes the rights and responsibilities you have as a participant in the Psychology Paid Subject Pool
Detailed instructions on what you need to do in order to participate in Psychology Paid Subject Pool
Answers to frequently asked questions about participating in Psychology Paid Subject Pool
Use this site to Register for Psychology Paid Subject Pool and sign up for studies using the SONA system
Describes the rights and responsibilities you have as a researcher using the Psychology Paid Subject Pool
Detailed instructions on what you need to do in order to conduct research using the Psychology Paid Subject Pool
Answers to frequently asked questions about conducting research using the Psychology Paid Subject Pool
- Download the necessary forms to request or to activate a study.
- Download templates for Psychology Paid Subject Pool studies.
Use this site to post timeslots, grant credit, and manage your study in the Psychology Paid Subject Pool using the online system.
Last Revision: May 11th for Summer 2016
Lisa Taylor joined the Psychology Business Office in April 2014 on a part-time basis as an Account Technician, mainly processing expense reimbursements and handling purchases. Prior to joining Psychology, Taylor worked in the employee benefits/group insurance industry for 30 years, starting out as the Insurance Officer at the State Universities Retirement System (SURS) and most recently as a Benefits Service Representative for Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
For Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters, students may apply for an Alumni Advisory Board Award of up to $250. Faculty may apply for a Lanier Award of up to $500. These funds may be used for any research-related activity, e.g., supplies, software, equipment, printing, subject payments, travel, etc. Requests should be submitted to the Business Office.