The Social Perception and Cognition Lab is seeking applications for research assistant (RA) positions to begin Summer 2019. The RA will work on studies examining person perception, non-verbal cues, and personality. The RA may have the option to extend this position. Previous experience with Photoshop is required. To learn more and to submit an application, please visit http://psych.utoronto.ca/users/rule/join.html and click on the link to the volunteer application form. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your cover letter, CV, unofficial transcript, and a filled out application.
Do you want to earn $15/hr in a listening experiment? You should have no hearing problems and not be on any medication that affects wakefulness. The experiment involves listening to and rating sounds on a computer and takes 1 session of 120 minutes. There are no risks associated with this research, which has been certified by the review ethics board and is supervised by Prof. Claude Alain and Prof. Morris Moscovitch at University of Toronto. Your confidentiality and anonymity for serving in this experiment will be protected. If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.
The WoodLab at the University of Toronto, is seeking students with ADHD ages 18+ to participate in a study examining attitudes toward non-prescribed study drug use on university and college campuses. You will complete an anonymous survey online on your attitudes toward the use of study drugs by healthy university students. The survey takes approximately 30 mins to complete, after which you can choose to be entered into a raffle to win a $20 gift card. If you are interested in participating, you can navigate here<http://bit.ly/2Vbiy5X><http://bit.ly/2Vbiy5X> to complete the survey. If you have questions or are interested in […]
The Cheryl Grady Lab headed by Dr. Cheryl Grady at Rotman Research Institute in Baycrest Hospital affiliated with University of Toronto is looking for young and older adults to participate in a two-session EEG study. The first 2-hour session consists a series of cognitive tasks that will assess memory and attention as well as complete some pencil and paper tests that measure your mood, activity level, verbal abilities, and whether you are a “morning” or “night” person. You will return for a second, 3-hour session in which you perform a task while your brain activity is monitored using a method […]
The Lockwood Lab is currently looking for friendship pairs to participate in a study on communication. You must bring a friend to participate and also be a current user of social media. The study will take place in Sidney Smith at the University of Toronto St. George campus and will take less than an hour. Each person will receive a compensation of $12. If you’re interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Communication Study”, or call 416-978-7062.
Lab: Dr. Takehara’s Memory Physiology Lab Dr. Takehara is seeking applications for a volunteer research assistant position for summer 2019, with the potential for continuing into the subsequent semesters. The lab primarily works with rodents, investigating both the electrophysiological and cellular underpinnings of learning and memory formation (https://www.takeharalab.com/). We are seeking an enthusiastic, eager undergraduate student (preferably entering the second or third year in the Fall semester) to work with one of our graduate students and examine cell activity patterns associated with memory formation. The prospective research assistant will be trained in a wide range of neuroscience-focused experimental […]