Paid Neuroscience Research Study: Earn $48

The MoCCA lab is seeking participants for a study on the neuroscience of creativity. No creative skill required!

QR codeThe study consists of one three-hour session in lab with electroencephalography (EEG), which measures electrical activity from the brain via a cap placed on your head. You will be paid $16 per hour. Your participation will help advance knowledge on the neuroscience of creativity.

Fill out this survey to determine your eligibility.

Contacts

Alyse Finch, research project coordinator
Department of Psychological Science
512-745-2791, alysef@uark.edu

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