Our team is actively involved in conducting surveys and carrying out analyses over large populations sizes to understand the nature of Human Psychology, COVID-19 times, and much more. Be a part by contributing the survey which would help us produce data suitable for research analysis or to bring real-life facts to our blogs.
The effect of COVID-19 on smell and taste
Effect of Analysis Paralysis on Productivity in different personality traits
Diya Jhaveri and Chriselle Fernandes are part of the Department of Chemistry and would love your contribution to this project.
Please fill out this 3 min form.
Thank you for your time and cooperation!
Odour psychology and its' behavioural aspects
Sarthak Jain and Somiwon Modi are pursuing Chemistry at an Undergraduate level from St Xavier's College (Autonomous), Mumbai. They are performing the following study.
It would really mean a lot if you could spare 3 minutes to fill the survey and become an indispensable part of our research.
(click on survey)
Effects 0f the Pandemic on Human Behaviour
Use of Herbal Stimulants
Yagnit Vadhel, a Third-year BSc Chemistry student of St. Xavier's College (Autonomous), Mumbai is conducting a survey on the use of herbal neurostimulants🌿 to manage depression symptoms. Please click on the link to answer the survey and support his study.
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The Effects of Gaming, Social media, and Virtual Media on our Conscious and Subconscious
Gahana Tiwari and Orchishma Mukhherjee from TYBSc neuroscience. We are conducting research on the effects of gaming, social media, and virtual media on our conscious and subconscious.
We are sure everybody is interested in knowing a bit about their own lifestyles and their effects on one's future. Help us uncover the mysteries of the mind with this research.
Please click on the link for all those who are interested to participate in this study.
Mihika Sathe and Shagun Soni, TYBSc students of St. Xavier’s College (Autonomous), Mumbai are conducting a survey to understand the impact period leaves could have on people who menstruate.
Thank you for taking time out to fill our form!
Can Fasting Help Shape Your Brain?
Intermittent fasting has become extremely popular among people to achieve their personal goals. Be it to cure health conditions like Type II diabetes or to knock off those extra kilos- Intermittent fasting is the way to go! But in all of this, we often neglect its effect on our brain.
Hello everyone! I am Simran D'Mello, a TYBSc student currently studying at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. I am conducting a survey based on my blog writing topic 'Can fasting help shape your brain?'
Given the fact that food plays such an important role in our lives and is proved to influence our moods and behavior, the question is will it help in shaping our brain too?
Please fill in the form using the link given below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc2rSDdPhhJP9fGNC13yAp9pifslZ6R1fB7HhMdJ7V3myb4Yg/viewform?usp=sf_link
*Please note that your identity and responses will remain confidential and be used for academic purposes only. Thank you for your valuable time!*
The effect of COVID-19 on SOCIAL INTERACTION
The principal investigators of this study are Gloria Singh and Alina Fonseca.
Please note that your identity and responses will remain confidential and be used for academic purposes only.
Your contribution to this study is highly appreciated! ☺️
Neurobiology of Food Addiction
I’m Archana, a Third Year BSc. student from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. This is a survey on the topic ✨“Neurobiology of Food Addiction”✨ , under the guidance of prof. Kyle Meyers and prof. Neha Kapadia. We are conducting a survey for the same.
We assure you that this information will only be used to carry out the research project. All the data will be confidential and you will face no issues with it.
Thank you for your valuable time.🌟☺️
The effect of COVID-19 on smell and taste
Do you think dreams are fascinating and can tell a lot about a person, or are they just fictional pieces that may be because our brain was bored? Do you think they're associated with our everyday life or are almost always random?
Well, we are trying to figure out this Neuroscience project under the guidance of Prof. Kyle Meyers and Prof. Neha Kapadia. Mallika Bawa and Mahansh Pandya are students at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, and are conducting this survey to research the Dream Continuity Hypothesis.
Please fill out this 2-minute form anonymously through the link here:
Thank you for your time!
Pediatric Acute Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome(PANS)
I am Rithish Ninan Alex from TYBSc Chemistry studying at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. This survey is based on my Neuroscience blog writing, on the topic "Pediatric Acute Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome(PANS)."
Please note that your identity and responses will remain confidential and be used for academic purposes only. It will take less than 2 mins to fill it.
Thank you for your valuable time
Neuroscience of Attachments in Adults
This research is based on just 2 min survey which will be further studied by Wilinta Sequeira and Pallavi Gaonkar.
It would be of great help to us if you could attempt this short survey ☺
Please also further pass it on to your friends and colleagues 🙏
The Brain Response And Thoughts That Arise On Meeting Someone ( In A Social Environment)
Ohh!! Hey... Hi!! What is your name?
Hey... Say something don't get shy!!!
Don't we all face this awkwardness when we meet someone unknown for the first time!! How do you think our brain responds to this "first meet" that we always have? Do you also experience a wild raging thought process in meeting the unknown? Do an infinite number of thoughts cross your mind? Well, let us all understand our brain responds to this social interaction.
Under the guidance of Professor Kyle Meyers and Professor Neha Kapadia, I Parth Bhavsar, a student of St. Xavier's College, Mumbai has taken upon the initiative of writing a neuro-scientific blog based on The Brain Response to Meeting someone in a social environment.
It will be of great pleasure if you could spend some time and fill in the form.
The details of the person filling the form shall remain undisclosed at all instances.
More than one option can be selected for a few questions
Thank you for answering the form.
THE ROLE OF MUSIC IN RELIEVING STRESS ACROSS DIFFERENT GENERATIONS
🎧 ”Music is the cheapest mind-altering drug. It boosts dopamine, lowers cortisol, and makes you feel great. Your brain is better on music.”🎧
We, the students of TYBSc at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai are conducting a survey for our research on the topic ‘Comparative study of the role of music in relieving stress across different generations’, under the guidance of Prof. Kyle Meyers and Prof. Neha Kapadia.
This is survey-based research. Hence, we request you to aid our work by sharing with us your valuable experiences with MUSIC 🎶 by filling this survey form given below.
For any queries,
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Effect of Sound Waves on the Brain
I am Ewan Azavedo from TYBSc Chemistry studying at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. This survey is based on my Neuroscience course, on the topic "Effect of Sound waves on the brain." Please note that your identity and responses will remain confidential and be used for academic purposes only. Thank you for your valuable time.