Research is defined as “a systematic investigation, including research development, testing and evaluation, designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge.” This includes activities which are intended to lead to published results. All research with human subjects, funded and unfunded, sponsored and unsponsored, which is carried out by students, faculty, or other University employees, on or off campus, is covered by the UCCS Institutional Review Board (IRB) Policy and Procedures. All research projects require approval by the IRB, prior to data collection. This includes graduate theses and dissertation research, and honors.
Participants will use this system to sign-up to participate in studies. UCCS students can earn extra credit for participating in studies through the Sona system. Students have the opportunity to allocate extra credit earned to any psychology course throughout their undergraduate career at UCCS.
UCCS Aging Center
The Aging Center is a community-based non-profit mental health services facility administered by the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS), and is the primary practicum training site for the APA accredited clinical psychology Ph.D. program. It is currently one of the few geropsychology training clinics in the nation linking the academic standards of excellence and innovative clinical training with the practical needs of the community. The Aging Center provides comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological assessment and treatment services to individuals 55+ as well as their families, trains graduate students in clinical geropsychology and supports the study of psychological aging processes.
Daniels Research Lab
This page is for Dr. Elizabeth Daniels' Research Lab - We are a psychology research lab at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. We do research mostly with teens and young adults on various topics including media, body image, and physical activity involvement. We are often looking for research participants.
Welcome to the Gerontology Center at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs! We want to help you learn about aging resources and activities on campus.
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Samuelson Lab for Traumatic Stress Research
Dr. Kristi Samuelson's research has specialized in the field of trauma psychology since 2001, with much of her work surrounding neuropsychological functioning in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Her early work documented neuropsychological deficits in adults and children with PTSD, and more recent work involves the development and testing of interventions targeting neurocognitive processes. In addition, she is interested in the disconnect between a patient’s appraisals of his or her cognitive deficits when compared to objective neurocognitive performance. Dr. Samuelson has expanded her work on neuropsychological functioning and PTSD to involve the comorbid diagnoses of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) and chronic pain. The lab is currently developing a web-based training program for primary care providers in the assessment and management of mTBI.
Segal Aging & Mental Health Lab
Dr. Dan Segal's research program targets topics in the area of mental health and aging, including diagnostic and assessment issues in clinical psychology and geropsychology, suicide resilience and aging, anxiety and aging, barriers to mental health services, and the expression and impact of personality disorders across the lifespan.
Selmezcy Cognitive Development Lab
In our research we explore how children and adults remember and learn information. Our current research focuses on the topics described below. For families who are interested in participating, please visit our Participate page to learn more