05 February 2020
Participants Wanted: Switching Between Counting And Identifying!
We are interested in why performance is worse when people switch rather than repeat tasks and are looking into whether this cost involves interference between the two tasks.
The task involves making odd/even judgements by either counting or identifying the number presented on a computer screen, where you press a button to make your response.
The experiment will be held in the William Guild Building. It lasts approximately 1hr 30 mins and you will be compensated Â£9 for your time.
This experiment has been reviewed and approved by the School of Psychology ethics committee and is supervised by: Dr Rachel Swainson.
To book a testing session, please contact Laura Prosser at firstname.lastname@example.org