Take part in our experiments
We are looking for volunteers to take part in the following experiments:
This study is an online survey that aims to understand people’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic and it’s effect on well-being and mental health. It should take between 45 - 60 minutes to complete. People who complete the survey will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win one of five £100 prizes.
We are currently looking for adult participants to take part in a campus study, investigating the role of eye movements in relation to how people allocate their attention unequally in a visual scene with multiple moving objects. Voluntary study but the two highest scoring participants will receive one of two £50 Amazon voucher.
Our primary aim is to investigate the interaction between visual discomfort related to environmental scenes and cognitive load. In this pilot study, you will be asked to judge the perceived discomfort of a range of visual scenes. Voluntary study but you can enter a prize lottery draw for a £20 Amazon voucher.
You will be asked some basic questions about your home life, followed by subsequent sections each asking you to reflect on how you eat. Towards the end of the survey, you will briefly be asked whether you or someone in your household has been affected by COVID-19. Participants will be entered into a prize draw to win £50.
The aim of this study is to develop objective measures of reward processing. This study will involve one study visit and will take approximately 4 hours in total. Participants will be reimbursed £40
This is a research project looking at how manipulating certain stress hormones and neurotransmitters affects a part of the brain called the locus coeruleus. will reimburse you £100 for your time spent on the whole study period.
We are conducting research to gain a better understanding of well-being and happiness. This is an online study and participants will be entered into a draw to win 1 of 5, £100 prizes.
The purpose of this research is to examine whether there are differences in the use of verbal and visual processing between children with and without Autism Spectrum Condition during planning. Participants will be reimbursed up to £10
This study investigates how people perceive negative facial expressions of emotions. Doing so allows us to learn how mere visual information can be used to form social impressions of others. Participants will be reimbursed £10
This is part of a long term research project looking at the biological impact of the stress hormones cortisol, on brain activity and cognition. Participants will be reimbursed £400
Our study aims to investigate the relationship between certain personality traits and perception. Participants will be reimbursed £5
The purpose of this research is to examine whether there are differences in the use of verbal and visual processing between adults with and without ASC during planning. Participants will be reimbursed £10.
Please be aware that we do not keep contact information for the experiments listed above and we will not be able to contact the researcher on your behalf.
Please also check the Nutrirition and Behaviour Unit studies and the Tobacco and Alcohol Research Group studies for further experiments.
We always need volunteers to take part in our studies
Most studies reimburse you for your time. The amount varies depending on the nature of each study and the funding source, so please contact the researcher for details.
Please note there is free parking available for all participants however this does depend on availability, please ask your researcher if you require parking.
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