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Research participants wanted

14 October 2017

Free will study We are looking for healthy volunteers with no history of psychiatric or neurological conditions, to undertake research exploring the interaction between bodily signals and free will. You will paid £15 for your time. To take part you need to: · be aged between 18 and 30 years, · have no history of psychiatric or neurological conditions, · be right handed, · have normal vision (including with glasses).

Aysha Ahmad A.Ahmad1@uni.bsms.ac.uk 01273873787

22 September 2017

Do you want a copy of your brain scan? Are you flexible? Can you help us find out how brain and body interact? Click to see if you are flexible and for more information: https://universityofsussex.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_87gZIwhwXTENFgV This study has been approved by the Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Research Governance and Ethics Committee v1 28/03/2017

For more information please contact: Dr Jessica Eccles j.eccles@bsms.ac.uk

13 September 2017

How good are you at recognizing emotions? Take part in an online study looking at how different people recognize emotions and how it relates to their sensitivity of their bodily sensations as well as behaviour. It only takes 10-15 minutes and you'll get a chance to win £25 Amazon voucher!

https://universityofsussex.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1SSblPSSRGkabel

18 July 2017

We are looking for volunteers, aged over 18, for participating in a study about cooperation and motor coordination. In this study two participants will be cooperating together to succeed in a very simple computer game while their respiration and pulse are monitored by non-invasive methods. The study lasts about 75 minutes and each participant will be paid £8 for their time. If you are interested or would like to know more about it, please contact me (Marta) at M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk .

M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk

We are looking for volunteers, aged over 18 and with normal or corrected-to-normal vision, for participating in a study investigating how optical illusions affect judgments in visual tasks. The study has two sessions , each of them lasting about 45 - 50 minutes. Participants will be paid £10 for their time after the second session. If you are interested or would like to know more about it, please contact me (Marta) at M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk .

M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk

22 March 2017

Alcohol drinkers earn £80.00! fMRI study to test how Atomoxetine (drug used to treat ADHD) effects attention. The study consists of 3 sessions: one screening session (1h), and two testing sessions (4h each), when you will get 60mg of Atomoxetine, or a placebo. You CANNOT take part if you: o Are left handed o Have ever had a seizure, tic or spasm o Are using anti-depressant medication o Have piercings you can't remove

If you want to take part, are 18-40 years old, and weigh 55-90kg, contact Kiki Nikolaou (kn85@sussex.ac.uk) for further information and screening.

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 M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk .

M.Suarez-Pinilla@sussex.ac.uk

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.