Research Proposal It is the responsibility of the principal investigator(s) to submit a research proposal to the Milligan IRB committee. Step 1 of 3 33% Project ProfileApplication category*ExpeditedFull reviewType of Research*GraduateUndergraduateFacultyProject title*Start date* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY End date* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Principle InvestigatorName* First Last Relationship to the College*FacultyStaffStudentEmail* Phone*Research adviser* First Last Research adviser's email* Research Project DetailsList the name of any research assistants that may be involved in this project.First nameLast name You may add another row by clicking the "+" at the end of the row.Do you have grant support and/or funding?*YesNoName of funding agency*Research Methods and ParticipantsPlease check any research methods that you will be employing.* Experiment or Lab Observation Anonymous Survey Interview or Non-Anonymous Survey Archival or Secondary Data Analysis Field Observation Other methods Please describe the other methods you will be employing.*Describe the problem you are researching and include your research questions.*Describe your overall research plan, procedures, and methods.*Be specific enough so that someone unfamiliar with your study will understand exactly what you plan to do.Attach any questionnaires, interview protocols, testing instruments, and/or cover letters/instructions to the subject. Drop files here or Describe your participants.*State how many you expect to have, how you will recruit them (e.g. convenience sampling) and all relevant characteristics (e.g., athletes, socio-economic status, etc.). If you are including special populations (e.g., children, pregnant women, prisoners) you must describe your procedures for obtaining appropriate consent.Outline the potential benefit of this project to individual participants, groups of participants, or society in general. Describe any incentives you may use to encourage participation (e.g., extra credit, gift cards).* Risks and Follow-UpPlease describe any foreseeable risks this project may pose to participants.*This could include minor risks, such as fatigue, stress, or becoming upset. If the study poses more than minimal risk, describe the measures that will be taken to minimize harm and describe any procedures that will be designed to address any adverse effect from participating in the study.Will participants in the project be exposed to any treatments, interventions, or manipulations that might change them physiologically or psychologically?*YesNoFor example, physiological interventions might include drinking caffeinated beverages, taking a dietary supplement or taking a stress-test. Psychological manipulations could include deception, manipulation of attitudes, opinions, or self-esteem. Describe the expected effects and procedures for follow-up and/or debriefing.*Describe how participants will be informed about what they can expect, their rights during and after the study, and how personal information will be handled.*Include details such as what they will do for the study, and their rights during and after the study. Describe how the project will protect the anonymity of the participants and the confidentiality of their responses. Indicate what personal identifying information will be kept on subjects, how that information will be stored, and ultimately how it will be disposed.Is a written consent form being used for this project?*YesNoAttach any written consent forms that will be used. Drop files here or Please explain why a written consent form is not feasible or necessary for this project.*Describe how the project's findings will be used or disseminated.*For example: professional publications, media, employers, etc. Include how the project's findings will be shared with its participants, or explain why it would be untenable to do so.Please upload your certificate of completion from the IRB Assurance Training CANVAS Course.*Please attach any additional documents in support of your research. Drop files here or E.g., letters of reciprocity, data use agreements, confidentiality agreements, etc.