August 31, 2021 — A group of students in the doctor of physical therapy program at Wichita State University is looking for participants aged 65 and older for a study on home exercise to improve balance and walking speed. The study may help the field of physical therapy improve their methods to improve balance and walking speed using home exercise programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you qualify for this research and would be willing to participate,  please fill out the screening survey below to ensure all the criteria for our research is met. Once you have completed the survey, you will receive an … Continue reading "Researchers seek participants for home exercise program"
August 25, 2021 — A group of students in the doctor of physical therapy program at Wichita State University is looking for participants aged 65 and older for a study on home exercise to improve balance and walking speed.
August 23, 2021 — The Department of Human Performance Studies-Exercise Science, in collaboration with the Department of Psychology-Clinical Psychology, is seeking volunteers for a study. The study will focus on the accuracy of reaction time and cognitive function tests in comparison with traditional tests widely accepted and used in a clinical and sport setting.
August 23, 2021 — A group of students in the doctor of physical therapy program at Wichita State University is looking for participants for a study on motivational factors and barriers that alter exercise adherence in an unmonitored independent cardiac rehabilitation program. The study will add to current research to help better understand the different motivational factors or barriers that affect adherence to an exercise program in the cardiac rehabilitation population, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.  If you qualify for this research and would be willing to participate, please fill out the screening survey below to ensure all criteria for our research is met. … Continue reading "Researchers seek participants for cardiac rehabilitation study"
August 23, 2021 — A group of students in the doctor of physical therapy program at Wichita State University is looking for participants for a study on motivational factors and barriers that alter exercise adherence in an unmonitored independent cardiac rehabilitation program. The study will add to current research to help better understand the different motivational factors or barriers that affect adherence to an exercise program in the cardiac rehabilitation population, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.  If someone you know has completed an out-patient cardiac rehabilitation program or will be completing one soon, please forward this message on to them. If you have completed … Continue reading "Researchers seek participants for cardiac rehabilitation study"
August 20, 2021 — Are you a parent of a teenager? The INSPYRE Research lab at Wichita State University is conducting a study to explore how parent and child values relate to how adolescents respond to bullying situations.
August 19, 2021 — A group of physical therapy doctoral students are recruiting participants 18 years of age or older with chronic low-back pain lasting longer than three consecutive months. The study will physical therapists understand and treat chronic low-back pain in a technological age using at-home therapy services.
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August 18, 2021 — The Behavioral Economics Laboratory at Wichita State University is recruiting participants. Register today at orsee.wichita.edu.
August 17, 2021 — A group of physical therapy doctoral students are recruiting participants aged 65 and older for a home exercise research study to improve balance and walking speed. Participation in this study may help the field of physical therapy understand better methods to improve balance and walking speed using home exercise programs.
August 4, 2021 — Graduate students from the Human Factors Psychology Department are requesting volunteers for a study is to assess the impact of a varying number of false medical alarms on the stress, performance and mental workload of an operator, while engaged in another task.