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Brain Imaging Study - Prediction/Decision Making

University of Toronto, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development


The Kang Lee Development lab is seeking research participants for a new study using fNIRS to observe brain activity during prediction/decision making in adults. Participants will earn $10 for completing a guessing task on the computer, and up to $20 depending on performance. Appointments are scheduled for 2 hours, though the study often does not take the full time. Appointments are booked via email; please indicate your email if interested.

Your Impact

Results from this study will help us better understand brain function/processing during prediction/decision making.

Eligibility Criteria

All genders

18 to 35 years old

fluent English speaker

no prior history of brain trauma/injury

Study Tasks

prediction task
baseline recordings

Ethics

This study has been approved by the University of Toronto's Research Ethics Board (Protocol #20703).

Keywords

decision making
cognitive tasks
neuroimaging
Activity and Time

Psychology

Observational Study

Weekdays

1 hour(s) - 2 hour(s) per session

1 session(s)

Play a prediction/guessing task on the computer while wearing an fNIRS sensor cap (noninvasive, no known risk procedure).

Compensation

Up to $20

Study Address

252 Bloor Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 1V6

Posting date: Aug 27, 2019

Earn $20