24 July 2019
Participants Wanted. How Fast Can I Look At Objects?
We are looking for participants to take part in an experiment looking at how fast people can shift gaze to new objects.
During this experiment, a small ball will appear on the left or the right of a central object. Your task is to look as fast as possible to the ball that appears. Your eye movements will be recorded by an eye tracker. Our goal is to find out how the central object determines how fast we can shift our gaze to new objects.
The study takes place in William Guild Building. It takes approx. 90 minutes. You will be reimbursed Â£8 for your time.
If you are interested in participating or would like to find more about the study (and have not took part in the study before), please contact Malgorzata Kasprzyk at email@example.com.
The study has been approved by the Psychology Ethics Committee, University of Aberdeen (PEC/3426/2016/1 upd/974). The study is conducted under the supervision of Dr Bert Timmermans.