Call for study scouts

June 20th, 2016

Status: closed

We are seeking 10 volunteers as study participants for an academic research project at LMU

About this research study:


5 male students and 5 female students may have the opportunity to help us improve teaching at university. We aim to use physiological data of the study participants to detect stress development of each individuals while doing exams at the end of SS16. The outcome of this study may have beneficial effects to all students at LMU. Thus, we would really appreciate that you can help!


Prerequisites:



What we expect from participants:


For a limited time depending on your examination dates - for example from July 1st to July 31, 2016, you will receive a fitness bracelet (Fitbit Charge HR) from us.

You agree to wear this fitness bracelet as often as possible during this period of time (so as to make it possible to gauge the tracking system) and in any case during your exams (so as to perform the study). Surely, we encourage you to get used to fitbit and wear it at anytime as you feel comfortable.

At the end of this period of time, at a day and time agreed upon with you, you will return the fitness bracelet to us in good condition.

You will complete an online questionnaire of 15 questions an hour before you do your exam and another online questionnaire of 15 question an hour after you will have done your exam. In total it would be 6 questionnaires, but it would only take your 5 minutes for each.


We promise:



Application till July 1st, 2016:


You want to help and contribute in improving teaching and learning at university. You want to try out high end fitness bracelet such as fitbit. Don't hesitate to apply and become a study scout for the upcoming study.

Please apply to Email: stila [at] pms.ifi.lmu.de and including the following information


Thank you very much for your interest! We deal with applications with the principle "first come, first server". Thus, don't be too late. Stila team reserves the right to choose and limit the participants in this study.