An Eye-tracking study testing Memory for Scenes

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

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