Healthy volunteers are needed for a movement study conducted by the Shadmehr lab in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. This study involves using a robot arm (like a joystick) or an eye tracker to play a simple video game. Studies are conducted in the Traylor Building on the Hopkins medical campus. To participate you must be healthy, over the age of 18, and right-handed and have normal or correctable-to-normal vision and no history of neurologic disorders.
Compensation is $15 to $20/session.
Interested participants can email email@example.com or go to the Laboratory for Computational Motor Control volunteer page for more information.
All research protocols have undergone a review process and been approved by a Johns Hopkins University institutional review board. Protocol numbers: NA_00037510, NA_00087187, NA_00081426.