The executive control network in bilinguals study

July 14th, 2016

This is an invitation for staff and students to take part in a neuroimaging experiment that investigates the executive control network in bilinguals.

The team conducting the study are looking for native English speakers that can read and speak Spanish freely.

By participating in this study you will complete computer based colour decision tasks during scanning sessions in an MRI machine.

All task instructions will be fully explained to you before you complete each task. You will be given the opportunity to practice the tasks beforehand.

The whole study will take approximately 90 minutes, and an allowance for your time will be provided.

For more information and to register your interest please email

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