Do You Have a Good Memory for Emotional Moments? Paid Research Opportunity

Do You Have a Good Memory for Emotional Moments? Paid Research Opportunity
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If you are an adult and interested in participating in psychological research, you may be eligible for a study that examines the effects of recalling personally relevant emotional information on emotionally evocative image memory. As a participant in the study, you will be asked to come into the lab to complete questionnaires and complete a task in the lab that involves looking at images.

Your time is important to us, and you will receive a $15 Amazon gift card for this study, which will take under 1.5 hours.

QR code for surveyIf interested, please visit our website to complete the eligibility questionnaire. For additional information, email or call (479) 345-8099 and ask about the Emotional Image study.   


Hannah Henderson,
Department of Psychological Science


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