Researchers are conducting a behavioral study to learn how people perceive their own self-motion through the environment and how they decide how confident they should be in these perceptual judgments. Participants will sit comfortably in the "cockpit" of a motion system resembling a flight simulator (see link below) and will report their direction of self-motion by moving their eyes or pressing a button.
Compensation is up to $20/hour. To be eligible to participate, you must be 18-45 years old, have normal or corrected-to-normal vision and hearing, and no history of neurological disorders, vestibular dysfunction, vertigo, or severe motion sickness.
The study takes place in Krieger Hall on the Homewood campus. For more information, contact the Fetsch lab at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the lab's website.
IRB protocol #: HIRB00008959