Our Browse page lists all current and past research studies on CfP. We have built handy filters that allow you to find exactly the type of studies that might be of interest to you.

Step 1 - Accessing browse filters

You can access the filters at the top of the Browse page. Click the name of a filter (e.g. Study type) to see it or to see all filters at the same time, click "Refine Search" at the top right of the page.

Step 2 - Applying a filter

To apply a filter, simply click on the options you want to apply or type your preferred choices where a text-field is presented. Select on as many options as you want and the Browse page will automatically refresh to match your filters.

Filters

Study type

Here you can select the different types of research activities that are available for you to take part in. Experiments and interviews often require you to be in a physical location and meet with the researcher, while an online study can be accessed from almost anywhere.

If you want to see studies that have finished or are not currently recruiting, be sure to tick “Include not recruiting studies”.

Completion time

This is the time it takes for you to complete a research study. To filter results, simply drag the slider to the maximum time you are willing to spend.

Keywords & Disciplines

You can use Keywords to search for research on subjects you are interested in. You can either start typing any keyword that is of interest to you or select any of the suggested keywords. Once you start typing, a drop-down list will show you all the related keywords in our database; click on the ones you want and these will automatically be applied to your search criteria.

To remove a keyword from the filter just click the cross next to the words you want to remove.

University

To find research from a particular university, simply select an option from the suggested list or start typing in the search box. Once you start typing a dropdown list will show you all the related universities in our database; click on the one you want and this will automatically be applied to your search criteria.

To remove a university from the filter, just click the cross next to the university you have selected.

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