Brain scanning experiments
Are you interested in volunteering?
The aim of our studies
Our primary aim is to understand how the human brain processes information for binocular depth perception. As part of this effort we are characterizing perception and brain function in participants with normal as well as abnormal binocular vision.
If you are interested in taking part in our brain scanning studies, please see our criteria below.
Who can volunteer for our brain scanning experiments?
You can volunteer for our brain scanning experiments if you are
- aged 18-45.
- Do not have a cardiac pacemaker, had not had surgery on heart or brain, had never had an epileptic fit, had never suffered a stroke
- Do not have metallic implants
- Do not have a diagnosed neurological or psychiatric disorder
- are not pregnant
- are not claustrophobic
If you don't have to say 'yes' to any exclusion criteria and are aged 18-45, you are eligible to register your interest in becoming a volunteer.
What would be involved?
If you are interested in volunteering, we will send you a detailed information sheet to read through and ask any questions you may have. After you have informed yourself, you can then make a decision about taking part.
Will I be reimbursed?
Yes, you will be reimbursed for your time and contribution. We can also contribute to travel costs up to a reasonable limit.
Who can I contact if I have any questions?
Should you have any questions about volunteering, get in touch by emailing:
Who has approved this study?
Our studies are reviewed by the Central University Ethics Committee.