University of Vermont

College and Academic Achievement

We are conducting this research because we want to understand how college students’ social and academic adjustment relate to their physical functioning (e.g., blood pressure, heart rate, and respirations).  Previous research suggests that stressful interactions with others are related to changes in measures of physical functioning (e.g., increased blood pressure).  We are interested in the processes that underlie these physical changes and how they relate to social behavior (e.g., aggression, helping others), academic adjustment (e..g, school behavior), and psychological adjustment (e.g., sad mood).  The information coming from this study will help us better understand the role of academic and social behavior in people’s physical health and performance.   

You must be registered to complete this survey

You may register for this survey if you wish to take part.
Enter your details below, and an email containing the link to participate in this survey will be sent immediately.

Fields marked with an asterisk () are mandatory.