INSPIRE is a core facility for researchers to explore the various fields of human behaviour.
What is INSPIRE?
The ISPR community pool
The is the primary method for the general public to get involved in research through INSPIRE. The community pool is a database that retains simple information (e.g., age, educational background) about individuals who have expressed an interest in participating in research. Everyone is welcome to sign up to the community pool. After signing up, you will be required to complete a screening questionnaire that will ask several questions about your personal background. Based on your pre-screening answers, you will be presented with a list of studies in which you can participate.
Joining the ISPR community pool
The INSPIRE physical testing space
The INSPIRE physical testing space is composed of state-of-the-art technologies such as eye tracking, focus group rooms, and physiological instruments like heart rate monitors. If you are participating in a study that uses our laboratory and want to learn more about our testing facility and the technology that we use, visit our page .
Free parking is provided by the INSPIRE core facility. If you are participating in a study located in our facility, you can contact the researcher to request access to a parking space. This will allow you to park on campus for the duration of the study. Our parking spaces are located in lot K and are accessible
Upon arrival to parking lot K, look for the panel “INSPIRE Research” to the right of the entrance.