Thank you for your interest in participating in our research! All of our studies are posted on SONA. Some experiments may be offered for credit or paid compensation; check the experiment description for details.
We now have two ways to sign up to participate! To use the GT Psychology SONA system, go to the Request an Account/New Participant page and fill in the requested information. You do not need to be enrolled in a Psychology class to sign up! Simply do not select a class if you are not looking to participate for credit. Once you receive your account, log in and look for the study you are interested in.
If you cannot use the SONA system, you can also go to our new Study Scheduling Page. Follow the instructions on that page to use the scheduler to reserve your session(s). You may sign up for any slot that fits your schedule. Once you reserve your timeslot, we will contact you with more details; two session studies may require you to set a second timeslot via email after signing up, so be on the lookout!
You can also sign up for studies by contacting us directly via e-mail. Please include the experiment number in the subject line.
We are currently offering the following experiment numbers:
|1305 - Modality Precuing||Credit||How do we drive our cars while talking on our cell phones without crashing? Help us find out by participating in a psychology research experiment investigating human multitasking abilities. During this two-session study you will perform relatively simple tasks like pressing buttons to the identity of letters and other visual stimuli. Your reaction times and accuracy for these tasks and your improvement will be measured across 2 experimental sessions. You will receive 1 hour of credit per hour of participation for a total of 2 credit hours. Must be at least 18 years old, right handed, and have normal or corrected-to-normal vision.|
|1405 - Influence of Task Sets on Cognitive Control||Credit||1 hour of credit. During this experiment, you will engage in a task, where you will make responses based on the stimuli presented on the screen. Your reaction times and accuracy for this task will be measured. The session will last roughly 1 hour. You will be awarded one credit hour per hour of participation, for a maximum of 1 credit hour. Must be at least 18 years old, and have normal or corrected-to-normal vision. Please contact CoNTRoLGT@gmail.com for more information.|
|1601 - Movies and the Brain||Credit or Pay||--This experiment is currently full. Check back later!--|