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Eating Behaviours, Social Cognition and Eye Movements

Queen's University, Centre for Neuroscience Studies


The Queen's Eye Movement Lab is recruiting females aged 12-25 (inclusive) for a study on eye movements, social cognition and eating behaviours. The study consists of completing computer tasks where you will watch short videos and answer questions about the people’s intentions, thoughts and feelings. The study takes approximately 3 hours and involves completing various computer tasks where your eyes will be tracked, questionnaires and questions about your mental health at Hotel Dieu Hospital or Kingston General Hospital. All participants will receive a $50 gift card and must not have any current or past neurological or psychiatric diagnoses (e.g., ADHD).

Your Impact

While you may not benefit directly from this study, results from this study may improve the understanding how eating behaviours, social cognition and eye movements interact and may benefit others in the future.

Eligibility Criteria

Female

12 to 25 years old

Study Tasks

Eye tracking
Questionnaires
Clinical Interview

Ethics

This study has been reviewed for ethical compliance by the Queen's University Health Sciences Research Ethics Board

Keywords

eating
social cognition
mental health
eye movements
Activity and Time

Psychology, Technology, Health and Wellness

Observational Study, Interview

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends

3.5 hours total, 1 session

Study is conducted at Hotel Dieu Hospital or Kingston General Hospital

Compensation

$50 gift card

Study Address

166 Brock St Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7L 3E2

Posting date: Aug 6, 2020

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