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Concerned about your Memory?
Concerned about your Memory? The lab is looking for individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), memory concerns, and healthy adults. Eligibility: Aged 60-85, completed high school, are fluent in English, and have normal or corrected-to-normal vision. The study includes 2 testing sessions, around 3 hours each, where memory and thinking abilities are assessed. Participants will be paid for their time and travel/parking is compensated. People who have had a major head injury, stroke, heart attack in the past, or currently have depression, anxiety, substance abuse, or taking antidepressants/anti-anxiety medication are not eligible for this study. For more information, call (416) 785-2500 ext. 2895 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Can depression affect how and what you hear?
Can depression affect how and what you hear? The lab is looking for older adults to participate in a study looking at how depression influences how we hear speech in background noise. The study consists of one 2-hour testing session, during which participants will listen to words spoken with background noise and be asked to repeat what they hear. The study also includes a hearing assessment, speech-in-noise tasks, and some questionnaires on mood and cognition. Eligibility: age 60+, fluent in English, and individuals must be either A) currently living with depression, B) in remission from depression, or C) have never experienced depression. For more information, please call 416-785-2500 ext. 3078 or email email@example.com
Complete computer tasks while your brain's activity is monitored using EEG!
Complete computer tasks while your brain’s activity is monitored using EEG! This study takes approximately two and a half to three hours to complete. Participants will be compensated at a rate of $15 per hour and the round-trip TTC fare will also be covered. Are you 18-30 years of age? Learned English before five years old? You may be eligible for our research study! EEG is a non-invasive measure of brain activity using recording electrodes. There are no risks associated with completing this study. If you are interested in this study, please contact Mariam Iskander. Phone: (416) 785 – 2500 ext. 3435 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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