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Research participants wanted

24 February 2017

Taking part involves watching some television sitcoms whilst having an fMRI scan and then answering some questions about the shows afterwards. We will pay £20 for your time (in total, £10 per hour), and you will receive a picture of your brain. You need to be a right-handed, native English speaker.

6 February 2017

We are looking for adults to particioate in a 2-session study. The first session is a 15 min online questionnaire - Next, a subset of participants will invited to take part in an electroencephalography (EEG) study looking at how the brain responds to visual and auditory stimuli This will take up to 2 hours and you will be reimbursed at the rate of £8 per hour. Participation is entirely voluntary.

6 December 2016

I am Chuxue Liang and a third year student at the University of Sussex. I’m looking for international students as participants to complete an anonymous online survey about international students’ acculturative experiences. The study highlights the experiences of international students about their residential life, daily dietary, language, socialisation, and religion.If you are interested in taking part, please visit: Thank you for your help!! Chuxue Liang

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17 June 2016

We seek healthy non-smokers aged 18 to 50 to study the effects of inflammation on memory and links to blood-brain barrier permeability. We offer compensation up to £75 for the whole study. It involves 3 visits. The first visit is to explain the study, gain consent and take some blood. At the next 2 visits you will have more blood tests and either a saline injection or typhoid vaccination (all participants have both during the study), then an MRI scan and memory tests. Recruitment ends May 2017.

For an initial discussion and more information, please contact Rosemary Murray or 01273 876769 or

22 December 2015

We are looking for volunteers, aged over 18 and with normal or corrected-to-normal vision, for participating in a study investigating judgements of variance/diversity perceived in different parts of the visual field. The study involves simple computer-based tasks, lasting for about 75 minutes. Participants will be paid £10 for their time. If you are interested or would like to know more about it, please contact me (Marta) at .

These University of Sussex research projects contribute to the University's role in conducting research and teaching research methods. If you choose to participate in any research project, your participation is voluntary and you may withdraw at any time.