Research Subject Recruitment

The School of Kinesiology has a vibrant research program and we are continually looking for people interested assisting with, or in being subjects in, our research projects. The following is a list of some of our current projects. Follow the links to find out more about how to become involved in these studies.

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Date Posted Project Title Principal Investigator End Date mm/dd/yyyy
01/29/2018 Aging, men, and body image study Erica Bennett 07/01/2018
01/25/2018 The effects of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis on human vestibular perception Dr. Jean-Sébastien Blouin 03/31/2018
01/15/2018 Silence on “The Break”: Exploring Concussion in Canada’s West Coast Surf Culture Dr. Andrea Bundon 04/30/2018
10/27/2017 EFFECTS OF AROUSAL ON THE STARTREACT PARADIGM Dr. Mark G. Carpenter 12/22/2017
09/11/2017 Time of Day Study Dr. Saul Isserow 12/31/2017
08/17/2017 Coping with the Emotional Experience of Concussions in Varsity Sport Dr. Peter Crocker 01/30/2018
08/09/2017 Study Volunteer Dr. Eli Puterman 12/01/2017
06/15/2017 Barriers and Facilitators Encountered by Canadians with Disabilities when Pursuing Sport Coaching Opportunities Dr. Andrea Bundon 05/01/2018
03/13/2017 Acquisition and retention of a skilled walking task in people with SCI Dr. Tania Lam
03/13/2017 Diaphragm fatigue in young adult males and its characterization during exercise Dr. Bill Sheel 01/31/2018