Are you over 18 and would you like to participate in an interesting psychology research study?
As a thank you, you will be given some free chocolate and the chance to win up to £17 in cash!
University College Isle of Man is supporting Amy Monroe, a Manx resident psychology student, with Brunel University London, to conduct her research.
The study is looking at how mood affects people’s resource allocation decisions.
This study is being carried out as part of Amy’s PhD at Brunel University London, and has been approved by the College of Health and Life Sciences Research Ethics Committee on 27.03.2018.
You will need to give up 30 minutes of their time to watch a short video, perform a short decision making task, and answer some short questions.
To participate and book your 30min ‘spot’ please contact Amy Monroe
The study will be conducted at:
- Wed 9 May at UCM, Nunnery Campus (from 4.30pm to 7.30pm)
- Fri 11 May at UCM, Homefield Rd Campus (from 10am to 4pm)
- Wed 16 May at UCM, Nunnery Campus (from 1230pm to 6.30pm)