Research participants wanted for eye-tracking study on Homewood campus

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 with some spaces of time in the near future that you would be available to participate.