Psychology Study Participant Manager (PSPM) is the
online system that manages student participation in all research studies.
This is useful to you if you are enrolled in a class (for example, Psychology
201) that allows you to fulfill course requirements by participating
If you choose to participate in research to fulfill these requirements
you must first complete a general screening to gain access to PSPM.
This is done online and you will receive 1 hour of research credit
for completing the survey. You will receive an email from your instructor
in the beginning of the semester with the link to the survey. Once
it is complete, you will be added to PSPM within 2 business days and
you will receive an automatic email from the system explaining how
to log in.
You can access PSPM at https://www.psych.uni.edu/pspm/olemiss. Detailed
instructions for its use are located online in the student section.
You can check which studies are available under the link for "choose
study." Studies are continuously added over the course of the
semester, so check back frequently.
If you forget your password you can email Dr. John Young (firstname.lastname@example.org)
who will see that your password is reset. A new password will be automatically
generated and emailed to you. Type in this new password exactly as
it is given: Remember that the reset password is case sensitive--
you must capitalize when it includes capital letter. Also, it is hard
to tell the difference between a zero and a capital letter O. So if
one doesn't work, try the other. Also, notice whether or not the password
ends with a period. The period must be included if one is shown in
the email that you receive. Another problem that students frequently
encounter in logging into the system is entering their student IDs.
This should be an 8-digit number (the last 8 digits from your ID card).
People often include an extra zero before the number, which will not
be recognized by PSPM and will not allow you to access the system.
If you have problems with the system, please check the website FAQ
first. If you cannot find an answer there please contact Dr. John
Young via email (email@example.com).