The Buchsbaum Lab headed by Dr. Bradley Buchsbaum at Rotman Research Institute in Baycrest Hospital affiliated with University of Toronto is looking for healthy males to participate in a computer-based eye-tracking study. The study consists of a single session of up to 1hr 30 min where you view pictures of different scenes presented on a computer screen, while your eyes are being tracked by an eye-tracked. You will be tested on your memory for the eye, while learning about the usefulness of eye-tracking to answer interesting questions on the functions of the human brain as necessary for continued progress in research in the field of Cognitive Neuroscience.
*You will be compensated $20-$25 for participation in the 1 hr 30 min study*
The eye-tracking study is being conducted by Michael Bone, a PhD candidate in the graduate Psychology program at U of T.
Research Building in Baycrest Hospital, 3560 Bathurst St, North York, ON M6A 2E1; located 5 minutes away from Yorkdale Mall and Yorkdale subway station.
You are eligible to participate if you:
You’re between ages of 18 to 35
-Have 20/20 vision or wear non-colored contact lenses; Normal memory function; further screening on recruitment.
We are seeking lots of undergraduate participants to participate!
To learn more about this study and to PARTICIPATE, *please contact with your availability:*
Kayli Chen, Undergraduate student
Meggie Kuypers, Undergraduate student
Fahad Ahmad, PhD