We are currently recruiting male participants to complete a computer-based behavioral assessment, where they will be asked to rate social visual and auditory stimuli (i.e. faces and voices) based on their perceived emotion and different physical attributes. Participants will be compensated $20 for their time (about 2 hours).
To participate, you have to be:
• Native or bilingual English-speakers;
• Have no history of neurological or auditory disorders.
This project is under supervision of Dr. Jorge L. Armony, McGill University.
Interested? Contact Ignacious Spiousas, Ph.D. or Hanjian Xu, Ph.D. student at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The BRAMS – CRBLM is looking for participants to be part of a control group in a study on short-term memory and listening effort. In order to participate, you must:
– be aged between 18 and 80 years old
– have English or French as mother tongue
– not have diagnosed hearing loss
– not have any neurological disorders (e.g. epilepsy)
– not take any medication affecting the central nervous system, drug, alcohol
The study will require two sessions (not the same day) about 90-120 minutes each. You will listen to speech stimuli and sometimes memorize them. It will be presented in different auditory contexts while wearing a non-invasive glasses that track your pupil position and dilation. Compensation is CAD$20 per session. If you are interested in participating, please contact Yue Zhang via email@example.com or 514-692-4200.
Where is it? In the CIRMMT lab: 527 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal (Metro closest : McGill).
Le laboratoire de phonétique de l’UQAM est actuellement à la recherche de jeunes enfants parlant le français québécois (âgés de 5 ou 6 ans) pour participer à une étude sur la perception de la parole. Vous pensez connaître un(e) jeune scientifique en herbe? Contactez-nous! Vous trouverez tous les détails de l’étude dans la pièce jointe.