Sessions on Flooding and Flood Preparedness
Individuals participating in these one-hour sessions will use handheld devices to provide their views on different flood-related messages. We have 48 spots available for each community below. Each participant will receive $50 to compensate for time and travel. We will confirm participation and location details with people whose schedules match our needs.
Click here if you are from Glendive and wish to participate (Oct. 27-28).
Click here if you are from Livingston and wish to participate (Nov. 3-4).
Click here if you are from Miles City and wish to participate (Oct. 27-28).
Here to take a survey? Current Surveys
The HELPS Lab offers access to current web-based surveys through its website. Some of the surveys are open more generally to the public, while others require an access code for entry. Some surveys offer incentives for completion. To view our available surveys, click here.
From Consultation to Data Delivery
The Human Ecology Learning and Problem Solving (HELPS) Lab is a fee-for-service facility at Montana State University-Bozeman that enables the collection of high-quality data for researchers using a variety of social and behavioral methods. The HELPS Lab specializes in data collection involving human subjects. We offer a free initial consultation and a free estimate of costs for proposed work.
Our primary mission is to collect high-quality data for researchers employing a variety of social and behavioral methods.
The HELPS Lab has successfully served clients in a range of fields, including agricultural extension, business, ecology, health and human development, political science, and sociology.
Clients are able to employ a complete and cutting edge set of research tools and working with the HELPS Lab can improve your understanding of best practices in data collection. The HELPS Lab offers services to meet the needs of new and experienced researchers.
We can help you overcome common research challenges and provide you with high-quality and reliable data products.
Support for the HELPS Lab has come from Montana INBRE, the MSU Office of the Vice President for Research and Economic Development, and MSU's college of Letters and Science.