Exploring the neural correlates of different scene representations

University of Toronto, Department of Psychology


This study will require participants to wear an EEG cap that will not cause any discomfort. It will require that participants allow for small amounts of water soluble gel be placed in their hair.

Your Impact


Participants will have a chance to help further along our understanding of the feedback network that is part of visual processing.

Eligibility Criteria


All genders

18 to 35 years old

Study Tasks


Participants will be required to watch images on a screen. They indicate via button press which images fall into a certain category.

Ethics


This study has been approved by University of Toronto Research and Ethics Board.

Keywords


Visual processing
Visual cognition
EEG

Activity and Time


Psychology

Observational Study

Weekdays

2 hour(s) per session

1 session(s)

The study requires participants to wear an EEG cap during the 2 hours. Participants will watch images on a screen and press a key to indicated when participants see certain images displayed. There are no averse effects of this recording device. The set up requires that some water soluble gel is placed in small quantities in certain points on the cap, which will get in the hair of the participant.

Compensation


Up to $30 

Study Address


100 Saint George Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 2E5

Posting date: Oct 21, 2019

Earn $30