fMRI study of Memory for Pictures of Objects Details: 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 and females to participate in a computer-based functional magnetic resonance-imaging (fMRI). The study consists of a single session of up to 1hr 30 min where you view pictures of different objects such as a book shelf presented on a computer screen, while being scanned in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner. You will be tested on your memory for the objects, while learning about the usefulness […]
The Budding Minds Lab at the University of Toronto is seeking healthy adult participants ages 18 to 35 from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) to participate in a behavioural study examining the relationship between memory development and behaviour. What’s involved in participating? You will complete a variety of fun, non-invasive learning and memory games at our lab at the St. George Campus and will receive $10 per hour for your time. If you are interested in participating in this study, please feel free to contact us at (416) 978-6506 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also check out our website at buddingmindslab.utoronto.ca.
The Computational Cognitive Development Lab is looking for students who are interested in a voluntary research position in a developmental psychology lab! As a research assistant, you will have the opportunity to help with coding of behavioural experiments, inputting and assisting with data collection, and recruitment of children participants (aged 3 – 7) on campus and at the local museums like the Ontario Science Centre and the Royal Ontario Museum. Ideally, applicants should have the following: – Be in good academic standing – Be able to commit at least 8-10 hours (including weekends) a week – Be available and willing […]
The Learning and Neural Development Lab is looking for students who are interested in a voluntary research position in the lab to help prepare and run experiments! As part of the lab, you will have the opportunity to prepare visual and auditory stimuli, run the experiments on both children (aged 5-9) and adult participants to collect behavioural data, help with the recruitment of participants on campus and at the local museums such as the Ontario Science Centre, and assist with inputting the data collected. Ideally, applicants should have the following: – Be in good academic standing – Be able to […]
Are you a student at U of T, Ryerson or George Brown? Are you interested in maintaining your mental health and wellness? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a research study examining how students seek mental health and wellness resources and services across the GTA. Compensation provided. To learn more about the study, check here: http://bit.ly/2gmd3ud
Are you interested in participating in a psychology study? The Rosenbaum Memory Lab from York University is recruiting participants for a study involving memory for well-known information and decision-making. Criteria to participate: 1. No neurological or psychological diagnoses or history of head injury 2. Between 22-35 years of age 3. Highly familiar with downtown Toronto If you are interested, contact email@example.com for more information. Compensation is $10 per hour of participation and the study takes approximately 2 hours in Sidney Smith.
Are you interested in participating in a research study? The PEARL Lab at OISE is recruiting participants between the ages of 18 and 22 for a research study on the relationship between young adults and their parents, and the impact of this relationship on risk behaviours, wellness behaviours and well-being. You must be in contact with a parent for at least 10 hours a month (including text, phone, email) and be willing to have said parent participate. The study involves you filling out one baseline survey and then completing 30 days of short surveys from home, using an app that you download on […]
The Voice and Resonance Lab is looking for individuals between 18 – 35 to participate in an 45-minute experiment looking at the influence of voice focus on oral-nasal balance in singing. Investigators are looking for: non-singers and untrained singers. Participants will be reimbursed $15 for their participation (see posters below). For more information or if you are interested in participating, please contact Charlene Santoni (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Are you an undergraduate student interested in gaining research experience? The Budding Minds Lab is currently accepting students to take part in the Work Study program— a great opportunity for students to develop knowledge, skills and experience through paid work on campus! We are specifically looking to fill Lab Programmer (position # 117880) and Research Technician (position # 117883) positions. In joining our vibrant team of young researchers, you will have a chance to contribute to specific projects and learn the ins and outs of the psychological research process— participant recruitment, assessment, data collection, and scientific analysis! If you are […]
The CAN Lab (Computational Affective Neuroscience Lab) at the University of Toronto St. George is looking for a team of passionate and dedicated Research Assistants to work on various new studies in the lab. Current projects investigate topics such as 1) emotion and cognition, 2) attitudes and preferences, 3) goal setting and 4) stereotyping and prejudice. Successful applicants will be responsible for participant recruitment, data collection, and preparing the necessary materials to run studies. This is a great opportunity for students to become immersed in learning new affective neuroscience techniques and become involved in complex study designs. Research Assistants will […]