Native English speakers needed for language comprehension studies

The Neuroplasticity and Development Lab is recruiting for behavioral experiments that investigate how life experiences shape language processing. Study participation involves reading and listening to sentences and analyzing scenarios about colors, people, and places. Participation involves one to two sessions at Ames Hall that are each two to three hours long. Participants are compensated $20/hour and $10 for each additional 30 minutes.

The lab is looking for participants between the ages of 25 and 68. Eligible participants must be monolingual native English speakers who have no hearing loss and have normal or corrected vision.

To sign up for this study, fill out this brief questionnaire. A lab member will be in contact shortly with eligible volunteers.

If you have any questions about the study, please contact the lab at 410-870-9895 or at plasticity_lab@jhu.edu.

Principal investigator: Marina Bedny, PhD
Application #HIRB00001291
Study contact: plasticity_lab@jhu.edu