Project SWISH: Student Women's Intoxication and Sexual Histories
This project was expired on 09/29/2017';
To find out about this 499 opportunity contact:
|Contact name:||Charlotte Brill|
|Faculty Advisor:||William George |
|Office:||Guthrie Annex 3 - 210|
Does faculty advisor meet with students?
Short Project Description
This study evaluates the relationships between women's sexual victimization, victimization disclosure, anxiety, and alcohol use. This study will recruit participants (women who are current undergraduate students) via the Psychology Screening Survey. Participation involves completing one online survey. We are seeking an undergraduate research assistant for the following duties: 1) Tracking participants: helping to maintain our database regarding participant survey completion. 2) Retaining participants: for example, contacting participants regarding their eligibility for the study, to remind them to complete the online survey, or answering questions about the survey or participation. 3) Database management: helping to create a database for study data and import new participants’ responses into said database. 4) Assisting with project administration: for example, conducting background research and literature reviews. Opportunities for poster presentations including UW's Undergraduate Research Symposium will be considered.
|Min. number of hours/weekstudent must work:||6|
|Times a student must bepresent/work:||Students must be able to work a short period of time M-F during normal business hours as opposed to one full day per week.|
|Student commitment:||Minimum of 2 quarters 2-3 credits each quarter|
|Working with Data||Working with Subjects||Working with Animals/physiology|
|15||% data entry||0||% video taping||0||% animal care|
|35||% database management||0||% interview subjects||0||% animal observation|
|% encoding data||0||% scheduling appt||0||% surgical techniques|
|5||% library research||0||% running subjects||0||% histology|
|25||% data collection||0||% child care||0||% laboratory protocols|
|20||% recruiting subjects|
Skills / Experience Preferred
Psych 209 preferred. Familiarity with Excel, SPSS, and Qualtrics desired.