This site provides research participants access to summaries of the research studies they participated in at the University of Windsor. This is consistent with the TCPS 2 Chapter 4 section on Equitable Distribution of Research Benefits.
Research Participants can locate summaries by searching by the name of the principle investigator(s), by keywords or browsing through the list of research summaries provided below.
Researchers can submit their research summary by clicking the button below or under author corner. University of Windsor Researchers can sign in with their UWin ID and password. Non UWindsor researchers must create an account to submit.Submit Summary
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Reserach Summaries are made available under a Creative Commons, Attribution, Non-Commerical, No-Derivatives licenese. Research Summaries are not considered a formal publication of results, but rather a summary of research for research participants consistent with the TCPS 2 Chapter 4 section on Equitable Distribution of Research Benefits
Any questions regarding the summaries provided here can be directed to the Research Ethics Board at the University of Windsor (firstname.lastname@example.org). Technical issues can be reported to email@example.com.
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Submissions from 2018
Participant motivations and attitudes toward leisure and recreation opportunities in Essex County, Terence Eddy, Guilia Barile, Johnathan Bruyea, Erin Dufour, Emma Duinker, Bryan Dutot, Zachary Evans, Evan Gilbert, Chelsey Leahy, Kimberly Lemon, Jesse Schrade, and Maggie Veitch
Personality Differences in Peer Review, Jenessa Shaw
The associations of coping strategies on quality of life for patients with hidradenitis suppurativa, Mia Sisic and Jerry Tan Dr.
Submissions from 2017
Language performance in a stroke patient with language difficulties, Danguecan Ashley
The Development of an Inventory to Assess Peer Athlete Mentoring Functions, Matt Hoffmann and Todd Loughead
Media Criminology and the Potentially Distorted Social Constructions of Crime, Kristine Nightingale
Learning Experience of Students in the Master of Education Program at University of Windsor, George Zhou and Tian Liu