Participants will receive a £20 gift voucher for their time.
If you would like to take part in the study or would like more information, please E-Mail Olivia Patsalos - [email protected] - or call her on 07767 936946.
For full details and/or to take part in this research study, please Nurul Ibrahim, a Ph D student from UNSW, Sydney, Australia is recruiting participants for a research study on driver distraction, specifically on how the use of smartphone voice control while driving affects driving performance.
The study would be a good fit for you if you: If you decide to take part you would perform several smartphone tasks such as dial a number manually and using a voice control while performing simulated driving tasks in a lab and complete questionnaires related to the experiment. You will be reimbursed for any reasonable travel, and related expenses associated with the research study by providing a gift voucher worth $50 from Coles Myer.
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Researchers at Macquarie University are developing a scale measuring social perceptions and the tendency to trust people.
At the end of the listening task, participants will be asked to complete some demographic questions.
The study should take about 10 minutes to complete.
If you would like more information or are interested in being part of the study please contact Nurul Ikhmar Ibrahim at Dammika Lakmal Walpitage, a doctoral candidate in Educational Psychology at the University of Tennessee is recruiting participants to complete a short online test and demographic questionnaire, designed to help in the development of a new measure of statistical research methodology knowledge.
Participants should be more than 18 years of age and currently engaged in graduate/postgraduate studies.
Peter Keller, Giacomo Novembre and Jennifer Lee, Researchers at the University of Western Sydney (Australia) are looking to recruit participants for an online study investigating the perception of music sung by a choir.
Participants will be asked to listen to several pairs of choir performance recordings, and their task will be to judge which performance they prefer within the pair.
The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and and all responses are completely anonymous.