I am MSc studnet at the University of Westminster in London and I am currently investigating the relationship between verbal feedback and emotional arousal. Studies like this one are important because they help us learn about how people perceive feedback, when they perform at optimum levels and that helps professionals develop startegies to help children with learning disabilities, make therapy more effective etc.
I meet all participants at the university and have an ethical approval by univercisty ethics board, which ensures that any data collected is handled appropriately and in agrement with the ethical guidelines of the university. The study itself takes only about 15-20 minutes.
Unfrotunately this is not a funded study so I am unable to provide my participants with any monetary compensation for their time, however I do have some small prises for everyone and if anyone is interested in finding out more about what it's like to be a Psychology/Neuroscience student or they want to know about the student life in the University of Westminster I would be more than happy to share my observations and tips.
If you are interested or you would like more information about this study please send me a private message, reply to this post or e-mail me at [email protected].
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