Researchers are recruiting participants for an eye-tracking experiment that involves a single one-hour session, which will take place in Ames Hall Room 146 at the Homewood campus. During the session you will complete computer-based tasks, responding with button presses on the keyboard while your eye movements are tracked. Compensation is $10; you will receive a petty cash form that can be exchanged for money from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday to Wednesday, in Garland Hall.
To participate in this experiment, you must be 18-35 years old. If your vision is corrected, be sure you have your contacts; glasses are not acceptable for this study.
You may not participant in this experiment if you:
- Are colorblind
- Have lost consciousness following a head injury for more than a few seconds or have had symptoms of a concussion that lasted for more than a day
- Currently have a diagnosed major neurological or other health condition that affects your memory or attention (e.g., traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, etc.)
- Are currently taking any drugs or medications that target the central nervous system
If you are interested in participating, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with some spaces of time in the near future that you would be available to participate.