The Media Lab is a space designed to facilitate experimental and observation data collection and the testing of participants in a variety of tasks relevant to the study of media and communication, and psychological processes relevant to society and politics. The Lab is accessible to CSDC members, post-docs, and graduate students. These facilities are available online, in the lab, or in the field.
Here is a list of some projects currently using the media lab facilities online, in the lad, or in the field:
|Principle researcher||Other CSDC researchers||Project Title||Equipment Used||Time frame|
|Edana Beauvais||Dr. Dietlind Stolle||“Study of the TransMountain Pipeline (Talking Across Boundaries)”||Qualtrics||September 2017 (approx.) – ongoing|
|Dr. Thomas Soehl||Dr. Dietlind Stolle Colin Scott (PhD Student) Ian Van Haren (PhD Student)||Tajrabati: Early Integration Trajectories of Syrian Refugees in Canada.||Qualtrics||May 2018 – ongoing|
|Colin Scott||Dietlind Stolle as PhD advisor||Intergroup dynamics of religious accommodation: Survey and Experimental Research from Citizens and Politicians in Canada and Belgium.||Qualtrics||September 2018 – ongoing|
|Joanie Bouchard||Politics and Prejudice: The Influence of Race-Based, Gender-Based, and Age-Based Stereotypes on Political Behaviour||Qualtrics, BioGraph||Winter 2017 – Summer 2019|
|Isadora Borges||Dr. Edana Beauvais (Post-Doc)||Digital Privacy and Trust||Qualtrics||May 2019 – ongoing|