Participants Needed for Paid Study on Music, Memory and Perception
You may scan this QR code to complete our online, preliminary eligibility survey. As noted in the story, you may also call in by phone.
If you are a current caffeine and alcohol drinker, 21-years of age or older, you may be eligible to participate in a research studying the effects of music and memory on sensory perception.
The study will involve a private interview with a researcher, completion of computerized and pen/pencil questionnaires, listening to music and writing about a past memory, completing a taste-test of either a caffeinated or alcoholic beverage, and watching a brief film clip. Participation will take approximately 2 hours and you will be paid $25 for your time.
If you are interested in participating, please contact us through the following options:
- Please fill out our email contact form by clicking here or scan the QR code. If your results indicate eligibility, a research assistant will contact you to complete a follow-up screen to ensure eligibility and schedule an appointment.
- You may also call Noah Wolkowicz or Isabel Augur at the 539-302-4287 (Google Voicemail) to conduct a brief telephone screening and schedule an appointment.
Study appointments are scheduled for afternoons and evenings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Noah Wolkowicz, graduate student
Department of Psychological Science
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