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Psychological studies

Brain Stimulation Study: Who Moved the Object?

Task
Complete a simple questionnaire and a computer-based memory task after non-invasive brain stimulation, which is commonly used to temporarily affect brain activity (i.e. for the duration of each session).
Duration
Two 60–90-minute sessions
Location
Adaptive Brain Lab, Downing Site, Central Cambridge
Reimbursement
£30

Brain Scan & Stimulation Studies: Memory for Objects

Session 1
Stay still inside the Magnetic Resonance Imaging machine for about 1 hour, at the Cognitive Brain Science Unit.
Session 2–5
Complete a simple questionnaire and a computer-based task after non-invasive brain stimulation, which is commonly used to temporarily affect brain activity (i.e. for the duration of each session). Each of these sessions take place at the Adaptive Brain Lab, Downing Site, Central Cambridge, and last between 1–1.5 hours.
Reimbursement
£67.5 + an image of your brain

NB – We are looking for individuals that are highly likely to complete all sessions.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Complete and return a soft copy of the attached ‘TMS_Screening’
  • 18–35 years of age
  • Right handed
  • Native or native-like English proficiency
  • Normal or corrected-to-normal vision and hearing
  • No history of psychological or neurological conditions
  • For ‘Brain Scan & Stimulation Study: Memory for Objects’, please complete and return a soft copy of the attached ‘MRI_Screening’

Note that the researcher did not attach the forms, so if you are interested, please contact them.

If you are interested or have any questions, please feel free to contact the researcher, Simon Kwon (smk63@cam.ac.uk).