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LATEST OPPORTUNITIES

 

Want to help science, get paid, and also get a picture of your brain? We are looking for participants for a paid two-parts fMRI study!

The experiment will be held at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit. Both parts of the experiment will be scheduled at the same time, and the second part will be scheduled to occur 2-14 days after the first part.

In each part you will first perform a task outside the scanner, in which you will view visual stimuli (words and pictures). Then we will scan your brain while you perform a memory task.

After each part, reimbursement (£30 X 2 = £60) will be made.

You need to be right-handed, native English speakers, aged 18-35, and have no diagnoses of developmental/learning difficulties, such as Dyslexia, Autism, Asperger, or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

Please e-mail roni.tibon@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk if you'd like to participate, providing your contact details, so we can verify your eligibility.

 

 

Christians and Atheists needed for a paid study investigating belief and the brain

The Believing Brain Lab in the department of Psychology is looking for Christians and Atheists to take part in a study investigating neural markers of belief. 


Participants must be:
- Aged 18-45
- Native speaker of English
- Hold Christian beliefs (weak or strong) or no religious beliefs (Atheist)

Potential participants must complete a ten minute screening questionnaire (https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d4KswfLbZyDjUXP) and may then be invited to take part in one of our studies. This will involve listening to sentences and responding whether you agree with them or not. In some cases you will be asked to wear an EEG cap during the task so that your brain responses can be measured. You will be paid £10 per hour for you time.

Any questions, please contact Kaili Clackson, kc496@cam.ac.uk.