Research on sensitivity is only possible as long as people volunteer to participate in research studies.
Here we offer opportunities to get involved in ongoing studies. Check back regularly for new studies.
This online study aims to investigate how people's moods are affected by short film clips. Participants will watch three short film clips and complete a brief questionnaire.
Altogether, participation in the study takes around 15 minutes.
If you are older than 18 years and interested to participate, click on the link below and you will be directed to the survey.
Importantly, all data and information will be kept anonymous and confidential.
Click to complete Emotional Response Study (link opens in new tab)
This study aims to develop a new questionnaire on sensitivity. Participants will be asked to complete an online survey.
Participation in the study takes about 30 minutes.
If you are over 18 years old, and interested in participating, click the link below. This study has been approved by the Queen Mary University of London ethics committee and all the data is collected anonymously.
Click to complete the New Sensitivity Questionnaire Study (link opens in new tab)
The main focus of this research is the investigation of the role of Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) in expatriated motherhood.
More specifically, what this researcher would like to explore is how much this trait modulates both adaptation processes for women: adapting to the new country and to their new role as mothers.
Completing this entry questionnaire takes around 25 minutes and is voluntary. Thank you for your time!
Click to complete the Expatriated Motherhood and Sensory Processing Sensitivity Study (link opens in new tab)
The main focus of this research is the investigation of the role Sensory Processing Sensitivity (SPS) has in motherhood.
More specifically, what this research would like to explore is how much this trait modulates the adaptation process of becoming a mother.
Completing this entry questionnaire takes around 25 minutes and is voluntary. If you would like to help researchers better understand differences in motherhood, please take part by clicking on the link below. Thank you for your time!
Click to complete the Sensory Processing Sensitivity and Motherhood study (link opens in new tab)
This qualitative study is designed to explore the lived experiences of twice-exceptional individuals who have navigated the stress of school as an HSP.
Potential participants will answer a short questionnaire outlining their twice-exceptional profile and then complete the Highly Sensitive Persons Scale (HSPS) to qualify as an HSP before engaging in a live, 90-minute recorded and videotaped interview, with a 30-minute follow-up interview to clarify and elaborate on transcript responses.
If you would like to participate, please contact the lead researcher of this study: Sandra Clifton, Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education Doctoral Candidate: firstname.lastname@example.org