What happens if I do not show up for an experiment?
How do I cancel an appointment?
What happens if I show up on time but there is no experimenter?
How can I find the Psychology Building?
What do I do if I have a bad experience while participating in an experiment (e.g., poor treatment by an experimenter, poor or no feedback about the purpose of the experiment, discomfort or pain while participating in an experiment, inappropriate pressure to participate in an experiment)?
How do I assign credits to a class?
Missing an experiment is a serious matter, as researchers prepare for the sessions assuming you will arrive on time and ready to participate. In some labs, this can mean that considerable resources (personnel, equipment, and supplies) are already devoted to the session before you even arrive. The system will lock your account if you accumulate more than 2 unexcused no-shows during the semester. Once locked, you will be unable to meet your research requirement through experiment participation, but would instead need to write the paper (described on the student's guide) to meet the requirement.
Click on log.in on the Sign-up Home page, enter your user name and password, and view the appointments you have made at the bottom of the page. Click on 'cancel' next to the appointment you wish to cancel. You must cancel at least 24 hours before the start of your scheduled appointment using the web. If you miss the cancellation deadline, you have until one (1) hour before the scheduled start time of the experiment to notify the experimenter by sending him or her an e-mail, or by calling his or her phone number, or by leaving a message at 621-7447.
If you show up for an experiment on time and it is canceled without warning, you are entitled to one credit for having shown up. In this instance, send an email to the experimenter or contact the Psychology Department Office, Room 312 in the Psychology Building. The experimenter's contact information is available online at http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu. (Follow the links to the appropriate experiment.)
The Psychology Building is located next to the Modern Languages and across the Mall from the Main Library.
Contact the Chair of the Human Subject Pool committee, Dr. Jeff Greenberg (email@example.com).
In order to receive credit for this particular class, you must distribute your research participation credits to the particular psychology course you are taking.
To do this, login and click on "assign credits to your courses.
You can do this as early as 24 hours after you have participated in a particular study, or you can wait to do it until 24 hours after you have completed your last experiment. If you do not complete this step within one week after the end of classes, you will not receive proper credit!
For Questions: Please follow the link at the bottom of the http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu page
- Go to http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu using your web browser.
- Click on new.user.
- Enter your name, student ID number, and email address to register. You will be emailed your password.
To Activate Your Account
- Either sign up for an experiment or log in to the system within three days of receiving your password.
To Receive Credit
- Go to the sign-up home, or go to http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu using your web browser.
- Click on log.in
- Login and click on Edit Your Course Selection
- Once you've selected your courses, you can sign-up for experiments.
- Click on Sign-up for Experiment, or go to http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu using your web browser and sign in first.
- Select the experiment you want and click on View Schedule.
- Click on sign.up When you sign up for an experiment, an e-mail will be sent to you to confirm your appointment, and you will receive a reminder e-mail on the evening before your appointment.
Changing Your Password
- Click on Click on Edit Your Profile, or go to http://experiments.psychology.arizona.edu using your web browser to sign in first.
- Click on Edit Your Profile