Participants Needed for Paid Study on Music, Memory and Perception
If you are a current caffeine and alcohol drinker, 21-35 years of age, you may be eligible to participate in a research study examining 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 (Amazon or Walmart Gift Card) 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 for the Music, Memory, and Perceptions Study at 479-575-3963 to conduct a brief telephone screening and schedule an appointment.
Study appointments are scheduled for afternoons and evenings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
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