May 26th, 2017
The School of Psychology is currently looking for participants to take part in a behavioural experiment titled Lateralisation of Cognitive Functions in the Brain: A Behavioural Study.
Participants will be required to take part in three computer-based tasks. They will then need to perform two simple manual tasks and fill in a few short questionnaires.
The study will take approximately one hour and will take place in the School of Psychology. Time slots can be arranged at the participant’s convenience. Participants will be awarded an inconvenience allowance.
Where: School of Psychology
When: Various appointments available
Participants must be between the ages of 18 and 30.
For more information please email Louise O’Regan (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(Ethics reference number: 604R)
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