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This study requires participants to come to the Hills Building (Edgbaston campus) to take part in an EEG study of visual memory.

Neuropsychology

What’s involved?

  • You will undergo an EEG. This is a non invasive procedure to measure your brain waves. It involves wearing an EEG cap (pictured right). We use electrode gel to increase electrode conductivity
  • You will need to be in the lab for about two hours and 30 minutes. There are some individual time differences, but you will be given £15 for taking part.

Unfortunately you cannot be considered for participation if you:

  • have a history of neurological/psychiatric illness, epilepsy or migraine
  • do not have normal/corrected to normal vision/are colour blind
  • are outside the age range of 18-25

If you have any questions or would like to arrange a time/date to take part, please contact Jumana Ahmad (ahmadjy@bham.ac.uk)

This study requires participants to come to the Hills Building (Edgbaston campus) to take part in a study of visual memory. The experiment lasts for one hour and you will be given £6 for taking part.

What’s involved?

  • You will need to remember two coloured squares and click on a colour wheel
  • You will say some numbers out loud at the same time
  • You will be provided with water and regular breaks

Unfortunately you cannot be considered for participation if you:

  • have a history of neurological/psychiatric illness, epilepsy or migraine
  • do not have normal/corrected to normal vision/are colour blind
  • are outside the age range of 18-35

If you have any questions or would like to arrange a time/date to take part, please contact Jumana Ahmad (ahmadjy@bham.ac.uk).