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Here at CloudResearch, we value innovative and impactful research, and are pleased to offer a grant program to support research across various fields. Our grant covers the cost of participant payment and fees on CloudResearch’s Connect platform, helping researchers collect high-quality data for their studies. Grant applications are short and simple, asking researchers to explain the theoretical rationale for their study, who they are targeting, what materials they plan to use, and how their research is innovative and impactful. Click here to receive a notification when the submissions for the next round of funding is open.

Past CloudResearch Grant Recipients


Reeham R. Mohammed

Adjunct Faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno

Attitudes, Values, and Beliefs about Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Contrapuntal Analysis of Oppositional Interview Data from United States Residents

Shilat Haim-Nachum

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Columbia University & the New York State Psychiatric Institute

Jewish American Mental Health Following October 7: The Role of Antisemitism, Jewish Identity, and Intergenerational Trauma

Aaron Pomera

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Rice University

Simplistic Perceptions of Power Dynamics as an Antecedent of Antisemitism

Aeleah Granger

Postdoctoral Research Collaborator at Portland State University

When Semantics Matter: The Effects of Language on Islamophobia, Antisemitism, and Perceptions of the Israel-Palestine War

Andrea Soledad Matos Devesa

Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Trust in Media, Radicalism, and their Roles in Islamophobia and Antisemitism

Ashley Fox

Associate Professor at the University at Albany

Islamophobia, anti-Semitism or Strategic Alliances? What is driving American attitudes towards the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Emily Gerdin

Research Fellow/PhD Candidate in Psychology at More in Common US/Yale University

How changing definitions affect attitudes toward antisemitism in America

Jake Womick

Assistant Professor at California State University Bakersfield

Villains and victims in the Middle East: Understanding the relationship between authoritarianism, Islamophobia, and antisemitism using moral typecasting theory.

Jamie Katz

PhD student at Arizona State University

The Emotions Driving Antisemitism and Islamophobia

Jareef Martuza

PhD Research Scholar at the Norwegian School of Economics

Behavioral Evidence on Antisemitism and Islamophobia

Nikhila Udupa

Graduate Student Researcher at Florida State University

Anger, internalizing distress, and coping strategies in the face of increasing antisemitism and Islamophobia: A mixed-methods approach to discrimination research

Daryl Van Tongeren

Associate Professor and Director of Frost Center for Social Science Research at Hope College

Antisemitism across the political spectrum: Do left-wing authoritarianism and right-wing authoritarianism differentially predict prejudice against Jewish individuals?

Jonathan Lane

Associate Professor at Vanderbilt University

Parent-child Conversations about Jewish People and Antisemitism

Joseph Wagoner

Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Incongruent Social Media Posts, Moral Attributions, and Prejudice Reduction: An Experimental Investigation

Kimberly Rios

Professor at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Do Jewish Americans Identify as White? Consequences for Anti-Semitism


Ashley Sylvara

Doctoral Student at Kansas State University

Ashley is examining the use of artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots to detect when faking on personality tests in the context of job applications.

Benjamin Kaveladze

Graduate Student at the University of California, Irvine

Benjamin is testing 20 different SSIs (Single Session Interventions) to see which are most effective in improving participants’ mental health outcomes.

Brad Huang

Doctoral Student at the University of British Columbia

Brad is focusing on finding the sweet spot for creativity in human-AI collaborations, hypothesizing that too much or too little collaboration can be detrimental.

Kiana Sabugo

Research Assistant at UC Santa Barbara

Kiana is using a novel approach to manipulate perceptions of free will to better understand how beliefs about free will can be shaped and influenced by our everyday experiences of thought.


Aslı Ceren Çınar

PhD Candidate in Political Science, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Asli Ceren Çınar uses computer generated videos assessing how voters’ perceptions of candidates depend on candidate age, gender, race, attractiveness, and vocal pitch–attempting to combat sexism and racism in politics.

Farnoush Reshadi

Assistant Professor of Marketing, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Farnoush Reshadi works on creating open ended attention checks that can be scored automatically using LIWC’s sentiment analysis.

Gilad Feldman

Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong

Gilad Feldman is heading an ongoing replication project with a large team of Open Science early career researchers, working to create a more replicable and impactful science.

Yefim Roth

Lecturer, The University of Haifa

Yefim Roth compares the attentiveness of CloudResearch participants to the attentiveness of participants in the lab, helping further elucidate the differences and similarities between the two samples.


Art Marsden

Syracuse University

Art Marsden is creating a free face database for researchers using StyleGAN 2 to generate images of realistic looking faces that are racially and ethnically diverse.

Michiel Spapé

University of Helsinki

Michiel Spapé is using innovative tools to explore the relationship between mood, motion, and time perception.

Nick Byrd

Stevens Institute of Technology

(team: Simon Cullen & Philipp Chapkovski)

Nick Byrd is building the Socrates Platform to allow real-time discussion between participants in psychology experiments.

Megan Burns

New York University

Megan Burns is investigating racial discrimination in the context of venture capitalism, using participants with a background in business to target people regularly involved in funding decisions.