How do people make sense of stories?
We have a fun eye-tracking study for you! The study takes about 40 minutes, and you will receive a $5 Starbucks voucher to thank you for your time.
In this study, we are interested in how people make sense of stories. We will show you some stories on a screen, and track your eye movements as you watch and listen. We will also complete two brief tasks on an iPad.
If you are:
- aged between 18 and 35
- have normal or corrected-to-normal vision
- grew up hearing English more than 50% of the time, on a continuous basis from birth and throughout childhood
… then we would love to invite you to participate. We are flexible about appointments for this study, which can be during the daytime, evenings or weekends.
If you would like to participate in this study, please email Ruth at email@example.com, or call us on 416-934-4559. And please feel free to share this information with friends or family who might be interested in participating. Thank you!
The Voice and Resonance Lab is looking for individuals between 18 – 30 to participate in an hour-long experiment. Participants will be reimbursed $15 for their participation (see poster below).
Additionally, they are looking for individuals interested in volunteering to help collect and analyze the data this summer. They would need to be available for at least 3-4 hours, 9am-5pm, Monday-Wednesday & Friday (not Thursday).
If interested, please contact Monique Tardif (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tim Bressmann (email@example.com).
We are currently recruiting participants who describe themselves as
worriers for another WORRY AND WRITING Study.
DO YOU SPEND A LOT OF TIME WORRYING ABOUT MANY DIFFERENT THINGS?
DOES WORRYING MAKE IT HARD TO ENJOY YOUR LIFE?
DO OTHER PEOPLE SAY YOU WORRY TOO MUCH?
DO YOU FIND IT DIFFICULT TO CONTROL YOUR WORRYING?
ARE YOU BETWEEN 18 AND 65 YEARS OLD?
If so, you may be eligible to participate in the following study:
WORRY AND WRITING 1 STUDY: We are examining the relationship between worry
and writing. The study involves 5 visits to the lab and you will be asked
to complete a set of questionnaires about your thoughts, emotions, and
behaviors as well as a series of writing tasks.
STUDY CONTACT: Shreya (416) 979-5000 ext. 2182
All study appointments will take place at 105 Bond Street at Ryerson
University. If you would like more information about this study, please
call the study contact and mention the name of the study in your inquiry,
or email CAPLAB@PSYCH.RYERSON.CA with the name of the study and the name
of the study contact in the subject line.
All queries are confidential. A phone screen (which participants will not
be compensated for) is required for all studies to determine eligibility.
YOU WILL BE COMPENSATED FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION IF ELIGIBLE.
All studies have been approved by the Ryerson University Research Ethics
We are conducting a study looking at attitudes towards social groups. The study involves tasks that require you to categorize faces, complete cognitive tasks using an iPad and fill out questionnaires about yourself, your opinions, and your behaviours.
This is a one-time session lasting 60-90 minutes and will take place at OISE (252 Bloor St W). You will be compensated $20 and reimbursed for your TTC fare or parking costs if applicable.
Eligible participants are:
– 18-25 years of age
– Able to complete the study in English
Would you like to be a test subject in a neuroscience study? Have your brain activity measured and your attention and memory tested? (Compensation $15/hr)
I would like to invite anybody aged 18-35 (must be right-handed and not have difficulties with hearing) to participate in a research study examining the mechanisms of long term memory for complex sound and attention in the brain (we will be measuring neural activity using an “electroencephalogram” or EEG).
The study is approximately 4 hours long. You will be compensated with $15 per hour plus travel expenses (TTC). You can have the option of coming in for one 4 hour session, or two 2 hour sessions.
The study will involve a “training phase” during which you will learn the location of an auditory target (tone) within complex audio-clips. You will be asked to remember the location of the tone within each audio-clip for the purpose of the following “memory task”. During both these tasks you will just be listening to sounds and pressing a button to make appropriate responses.
About midway through the session, we will set up the EEG – several electrodes will be placed on your scalp, face and neck (the skin is rubbed with an alcohol pad and the electrodes are attached with a sticky gel). The EEG is completely pain-less and risk-free (Approx 45 minutes set-up). You will then complete an “attention task” as we record EEG activity.
We have availability several days a week at the end of July, in August, and following months. Upon contact, I can offer several time slots to choose from.
Please email Jacqueline Zimmermann (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested!
The study is being conducted at the Rotman Research Institute, Baycrest Hospital, located at 3560 Bathurst Street.