Topics of studies vary. Studies are designed to examine
- decision making,
- memory skills, and
- emotional, visual and cognitive processes.
You may be asked to fill out surveys, view videos, play a game, particiapte in an interview, or other behavioral methods, do different types of tasks on the computer, or have your brain scanned using fMRI and or TMS proceedures.
- Research participation may be alone or with another person.
- Studies run from 30 minutes to over an hour in time.
- Some studies require participation over time.
- Compensation is based upon time, and activity.
Read the Study Description for each study by "clicking" on the study name.
- Participation is voluntary.
- You may decide, at any time, to stop taking part in a study.
- Each participant will be asked to sign a Consent Form, prior to the start of the study.
- The researcher will explain to you what you will do doing, and you will have a chance to ask questions.
- If you are participating in an online study, you will read a brief description of the study, and then be asked for your consent to participate.
At the end of the study, you may receive, or request a debriefing document.
The Debriefing Document is a summary of the study, the hypotheses, a brief description of the measures used, and a reference for further reading on the topic. Questions about the study, a summary report on the research, if and when it is published, and the researcher's contact information, is provided in the debriefing document.