August 17th, 2016
A PhD student in the School of Psychology is looking for native English speaking males and females for a reading comprehension eye-tracking study.
You will read short bits of texts on a screen, answer some simple questions and fill out a questionnaire about your perspective.
The study will last up to one hour, and each participant will be paid an inconvenience allowance for their time.
Participants should match the following criteria:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up.
Tags: eye tracking, research, School of Psychology, sign up, study
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