Visuospatial task performance after viewing psychologically stressful video

University of Sussex, Psychology

3 questionnaires surrounding imagery, thoughts and emotions, watching a video depicting a car crash and finally a visuospatial task (40-45 minutes altogether)

Your Impact

More can be revealed in the debrief but it will help to increase knowledge surrounding experience of thoughts and imagery after stressful situations

Eligibility Criteria

All genders

18 to 35 years old

Not a parent

aged 18 to 35 years

have not suffered trauma from a road accident

Do not suffer from panic attacks, depression, panic disorder, PTSD or major depressive disorder

Have not previously received treatment for a mental health problem (medication or psychological therapy)

Study Tasks

watch video
visuospatial computer task


This study has been approved by the University of Sussex Social Sciences and Arts Research Ethics Committee (Ethics application code: ER/RM642/1).


visuospatial task
Activity and Time


Polls and Surveys

Overnight, Weekends, Weeknights, Weekdays

40 minute(s) - 60 minute(s) per session

1 session(s)

Hi everyone, As part of my master's thesis, I’m conducting a study of individual differences and performance on a visuospatial task. The study is available via the link below. It involves the completion of 3 short questionnaires, watching a stressful video, and then completing a visuospatial task, which altogether takes about 45 minutes. Your answers are always anonymous and treated confidentially. Thank you very much in advance ALSO ENTRY INTO A £25 VOUCHER RAFFLE


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Study Address

This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!

Posting date: Jul 8, 2020

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