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Friday, March 17

Active Video Game Study recruiting 8-12 year olds

Are you the parent of an 8-12 year-old child who - likes to play video games? - doesn’t get enough exercise? - lives in the Greater Boston area? ...

Are you interested in playing some active video games?

Are you between 18 and 25, with no physical or psychological issues that would prevent you from exercising, and living in the Greater Boston area? The...

Calling all infants 6 months and younger!

We are examining the relation between sucking and visual preferences! Please come to the lab for no more than 1 hour to complete the study. Free parking...

Culture Brain Study

Sign up for a study examining emotion processing in Mandarin speakers; We will measure your neural responses using light-based technology. You must be...

Making Judgments of Others

Earn $15 for less than 90 minutes! We are studying how people make judgments about other people whom they see on video. You will watch short videos, make...

Mother-Infant survey

Do you have a baby six months and younger? If so, please take this survey from the Speech & Neurodevelopment Lab at Northeastern! If you complete the...

NUWell Pilot Study

Are you a freshman? Interested in learning how fit you are? Curious about your eating habits? Hoping to build a healthier lifestyle? Welcome to the...

Northeastern University Study on Media Use among Autistic Children and Families

Dr. Meryl Alper, an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University, is recruiting families in the Greater Boston area to take part...

Online Research Study for Black female NU students!

Are you a Black female NU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Complete two online surveys and enter a...

Study for Black female NU students!

Are you a Black female NU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Participate in a group interview and...

Undergraduates needed for health study in the Applied Psychology Lab!

We are recruiting undergraduate students between the ages of 18-25 to take part in a study looking at health behaviors and habits among university students....

DO YOU HAVE KNEE PAIN? Volunteers needed for a research study at NU

Knee osteoarthritis is a leading cause of pain and disability in the population. Little is known about the lower extremity strength of individuals with knee...

A Beginniner's Guide to the Mori Program, a Five Lecture Series by Kenji Matsuki

Lecture given by: Kenji Matsuki, Professor of Mathematics at Purdue University and author of the book "Introduction to the Mori Program" Abstract: Since its...

Attention Mandarin Chinese speakers: Participate in a paid psychology study!

We are currently recruiting native speakers of Mandarin Chinese and fluent speakers of English to participate in a short study about emotion processing....

No Turning Back: The Past, Present, and Future of Reproductive Justice

Equality under law and basic personal freedom—the right to control choices about one’s own health and body—has been an ongoing struggle for women over time...

PhD Orientation

Title: PhD Orientation Location: West Village H, 3rd Floor, Room #366, Boston, Massachusetts 02115

Receive $300 for a research study.

See this flyer for study information: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxXAQzJODNhray01M0xzWHlVMEk If you are interested, please email the address below....

MIE Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Magnus Egerstedt, Georgia Institute of Technology, Control of Multi-Robot Systems: From Formations to Human-Swarm Interactions

Abstract The area of multi-agent robotics has undergone a significant transformation during the last decade due to a confluence of new application domains,...

NUVis Roundtable: Tapestry 2017

Title: Tapestry 2017: Post-Conference Briefing and Discussion Speaker: Michelle Borkin, Assistant Professor, College of Computer and Information Science at...

Meditation with Kaylo

Join us for 30 minute guided meditation sessions with Kaylo!

[Academic Faculty] Teachable Moments: Leveraging Biases as Learning Opportunities

In learning environments ranging from on-ground courses to Experiential Learning opportunities such as Dialogue of Civilizations, we might come across...

Boston Symphony Orchestra Community Chamber Music Concerts

LOEFFLER String Quartet in A minor BEETHOVEN String Quintet in C, Op. 29 Shiela Fiekowsky & Bracha Malkin, violins; Daniel Getz & Leah Ferguson,...

Network Science Institute: How Strong are Correlations in Strongly Recurrent Neural Networks?

Title: How Strong are Correlations in Strongly Recurrent Neural Networks? Speaker: Ran Darshan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Location: 177...

Friday, March 17