Eye-tracking study for 8-9 year olds. Seeking participants to help investigate memory and decision m


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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


Tolman HallBerkeley, CA 94720


Researchers in the Department of Psychology at UC Berkeley are looking for participants for an eye-tracking study.

We're looking to see how your eyes can help us understand how we think. Volunteer today for an eye-tracking study investigating memory and decision making.

Eligible volunteers will receive compensation at $12/hour for a single session lasting 1-2 hours. We're looking for participants ranging from 8-9 years old. If interested, please email below and a researcher will contact you with a few preliminary questions to make sure the study would be a good fit.

Reasons it wouldn't be a good fit include: a history of head and/or eye injury, non-native English speaker, or a history of psychological or neurological disorders.

If interested, please email us at brainlab@berkeley.edu.


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Requirements & Commitment

  • Must be at least 8
  • 1-2 Hours
  • Children 8-9 years old. Native English speaker. No history of head and/or eye injuries. Etc.

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