Do you have a lazy eye?
We are currently looking for participants who have amblyopia
(commonly known as a “lazy eye”) to take part in a study.
It involves a period of training which may result in improved vision in your lazy eye. You will also receive a spectacle check as well as an inconvenience allowance of £60 for your time.
If you are interested in taking part,
please contact Andrew Astle on:
Participants needed for piloting and an EEG/fMRI experiment at Nottingham University
Initially you will take part in two behavioural decision making tasks, which will last about 1½ hours. Some subjects will then be selected to participate in the EEG / fMRI experiment that will be conducted in February 2013. A generous inconvenience allowance will be provided for the EEG/fMRI experiment.
18-35 years old
Students must be in their 3rd year of undergraduate degree or higher
No neurological or psychiatric conditions
No eating disorders
Normal or corrected vision with lenses (no glasses)
Our system does not work with thick hair styles (dreadlocks, braids)
No metal or electronic implants
Please email for more information and to arrange an appointment.
Contact: Elsa Fouragnan or Chris Retzler
E-mail: email@example.com or Chris.Retzler@nottingham.ac.uk