Research Participants Needed — Child Development Research Group

Participate in Research! The Child Development Research Group is looking for University of Toronto students to participant in a research study examining the long-term effects of parent lying. The study will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete and you will receive $5 compensation for your time. Where: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education – 252 Bloor Street West (Room 3-211, locate on the 3th floor) When: Simply email or call 416-934-4503 to book an appointment If you have any questions/concerns, email us at or call our lab at416-934-4503.

Research Assistants Needed –Dr. Earl Woodruff’s lab

A U of T graduate student is looking for 2-3 research assistants to volunteer to help with a study on academic emotions in developing readers. Applicants should have an interest in developmental psychology, specifically in language and literacy development. Completion of courses in these areas would be an asset.The successful applicant will be supervised by a graduate student in Dr. Earl Woodruff’s lab and will be trained in coding verbal protocols using a standardized language measure. The expected commitment will be 4-8 hours per week for approximately three months.  If you are interested in applying, please send a cover letter […]

Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Research Study — Baycrest Hospital

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 conducted over the course of two days (with exactly 24 hour interval between part 1 and 2). Both parts of the experiment will […]

Participants Needed for Eye-Tracking Study

We are recruiting participants for an eye-tracking study. The purpose of the study is to examine how people view emails in an online environment. The study will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and will be conducted in person near the intersection of King Street West and Spadina Ave. Compensation for participation is a $50 Visa Gift Card. To sign up & schedule the appointment, please complete the survey at the link below: Best regards, Dr. Marta Wnuczko BEworks Associate