Faculty Research

The Resiliency Project

This project is examining the impact of passive mind-body conditioning on psychophysiological functioning and social-emotional resources.  Additional information about the study is available on the Human Development Department Sign-Up System (see below).

Mechanisms of pain in RAP, IBS, Migraines

This project is investigating the mechanisms of specific types of pain by examining autonomic regulation and health related behaviors.  Additional information about the study is available on the Human Development Department Sign-Up System (see below).

Human Development Department Sign-Up System

The Human Development Department Sign-Up System is an online registry for people interested in participating in research studies conducted by the Human Development Department faculty. The studies may include in person or online experiments, surveys, or interviews.

Some students, such as those in HD101 or other lower division HD courses, may have a course assignment which requires participation in a study or an alternate research activity assigned by the course instructor. CSUSM students over the age of 18 may participate in the studies.

To sign up for a study, access the Sign-up System and follow the logon instructions provided by your course instructions. If you are not currently in a course requiring participation, request a new account on the main page of the Sign-up System.