Department of Cognitive Science
Cognitive Science Register
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders and the Department of Cognitive Science are always on the lookout for people willing to participate in experiments investigating a number of areas of human cognition. All of these experiments are completely safe; most involve watching briefly presented pictures or words and making judgments about them. Participants are paid $15 per hour (or pro rata) for taking part in these experiments.
Anyone can join the Cognitive Science Register. People who register will receive emails notifying them about experiments they can sign up for. The main focus areas of the research conducted are in language, reading, perception and action, and belief formation.
To proceed either
- Wednesday 19th Oct,
Dr Lyn Tieu,
"Preschoolers' knowledge of plural meanings."
- Friday 28th Oct,
Research Assistant Professor Tal Yarkoni,
"What can large-scale meta-analytic modelling of fMRI data tell us ..."
- Tuesday 8th Nov,
"Respect. Now. Always. Project."
- Dr Mariia Kaliuzhna
- Dr Devin Terhune
- Professor Karin Landerl
- Dr Ashleigh Smith
- Adam Lalak
- Professor Oron Shagrir
- Xiaohe Yuan [Previous Visitors]