Looking for English native speakers for a study on visual&sound perception&imagery

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Hi everyone!

The biopsych group at JLU is looking for participants to investigate the link between variations in visual imagery and the perception of pictures and audio clips.

We need:
- native English speakers
- age 30-50
- intact colour vision (no colour blindness)
- motivated and attentive Image
- no alcohol or drugs prior to participating

Duration: 45-55 minutes
Task: fill out a series of questionnaires on visual imagery and make judgments on pictures and music clips
Tech needed: laptop or desktop computer with headphones or external speakers
Reward: prize draw with a 1 in 5 chance of winning an Amazon voucher (20 EUR / 20 GBP / 20 USD or the equivalent in your country)
Feedback: you will receive your scores on the two imagery questionnaires

All responses are completely confidential and your data will be anonymous or pseudonymous. It is very important for our research that all participants start the study with the same level of information about it. We therefore ask that you please do not discuss details of the study with others who may want to participate.Click here to access the study website:
https://www.uni-giessen.de/.../research/experiment_start

Thank you for supporting our research!
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Hi again everyone! I just wanted to let you know that the gift cards for the draw winners are ready!
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