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Evelyn Tan - Personality and behaviour in video games

ESTIMATED TIME PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED FOR: 30 minutes
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: 100
REWARD FOR PARTICIPANTS: Draw for £50 Amazon Voucher
DEADLINE OF PARTICIPATION: 20th April 2019

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We are recruiting participants for a study on personality and behaviour in video games. You do not need to be a gamer to participate. This is a two-part study.

In the first part, you will be asked to complete a personality questionnaire online. Upon completion, you will be entered into a prize draw for a £50 Amazon voucher. You may then be invited for a second in-person study. In the second study, you will be asked to play a popular commercial video game for 1 hour and receive a £10 Amazon voucher upon completion.

Email ett506@york.ac.uk for more info

Gabriela Raleva - Face recognition abilities

Study name: Face recognition abilities

Estimated time participants required for: 1 hour

Number of participants needed: 30

Deadline of participation: 01/07/19

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Do you want to find out how good you are in recognising faces? Do you have trouble recognising people? If so, we are keen to hear from you, as we are researching people’s abilities to see differences between faces.

We are looking for:
Participants over 18 years old
Participants who have normal or corrected-to-normal vision
Participants with no history of neurodevelopmental and neuropsychological conditions

If you are interested in participating or would like to learn more about the study, please contact Gabriela Raleva at gir504@york.ac.uk

Thank you 🙂

Louise Shepperd - Arabic word learning by native English speakers

ESTIMATED TIME PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED FOR: 45-60 mins
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: 18
REWARD FOR PARTICIPANTS: £6
DEADLINE OF PARTICIPATION: 12th April

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Come and participate in a linguistics experiment taking place 1st-12th April in the Education department eye-tracking lab (D/M/110)! Recruiting native English speakers to participate in study learning words based on Arabic. Participants should have no previous experience learning Arabic or a Semitic language and have normal/corrected to normal vision (glasses without anti glare coating should be ok but contact lenses are better if possible).

LINK TO MORE INFORMATION:
https://uniofyork.doodle.com/poll/rgaxgk4nw

Caitlin Kemp - Facial Recognition in Autism

Facial Recognition in Autism
Estimated Time Participants Required For: maximum 45 minutes
Number of Participants Needed: 32
Deadline of Participation: May 2019

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We are looking for people with or without autism to take part in our study on facial recognition. Participants will be required to complete a few short questionnaires, along with 2 tasks (card sort task and illusion task).

Please email psyc589@york.ac.uk for more information.

Chandeera Gunawardena - A cross-linguistic study of L2 and L3 French acquisition

ESTIMATED TIME PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED FOR: from 11-03-2019 to 20-04-2019
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: 20
REWARD FOR PARTICIPANTS:Cookies/Sweets/Chocolates
DEADLINE OF PARTICIPATION:20-04-2019

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The study investigates how English native speakers and Sinhala native speakers learn French grammar. I am currently seeking English native speakers and French native speakers for my study,

 

Stewart Cooper - Task based language research

ESTIMATED TIME PARTICIPANTS REQUIRED FOR: Just 10 minutes!

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS NEEDED: 20

REWARD FOR PARTICIPANTS: Entered into a draw for the chance to win £50

DEADLINE OF PARTICIPATION: Ongoing

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Participants are required to take part in two short tasks such as those used in English language teaching. Participation simply involves creating a narrative and talking about some pictures. Responses will be audio recorded and all data will be anonymised. Ethical approval has been granted.

Email sjc612@york.ac.uk for more info and any questions