The Vision Modelling Lab members regularly conduct experiments in the field of vision and attention research and we would be delighted to see you as our participants.
Participation in our experiments is totally voluntary and you may, at any time, opt out of the study without any penalty and explanation.
Participants are rewarded monetarily. If you are an undergraduate student of the School of Psychology at HSE, you may choose a credit instead of a monetary reward. Also, you will get cookies and a unique chance to learn more about Cognitive Sciences, Neuroscience, eye tracking, visual perception, attention, and computational modelling.
To take part in our experiments, you must be over 18 years old, have normal or corrected to normal (glasses or contact lenses) vision and have no history of severe neural or psychiatric disoders. Your handedness, gender, nationality, and language (as soon as you understand Russian or English) do not really matter.
There is a number of experiments going on or ready to be launched:
- In January - December 2022: Mobile experiment of foraging by distinct features and combinations of features. Takes place at 3 Krivokolenny lane, room 211.
- In January - March 2022: experiment on the study of functional fields of view in visual search. Takes place at 3 Krivokolenny lane, room 211.
- In January - June 2022: experiment on the study of vision on the task of foraging with replacement (in collaboration with the Icelandic laboratory). Takes place at 3 Krivokolenny lane, room 211.
- In March – July 2019: An eye tracking experiment Space Invaders at Armyanskiy pereulok 4/2.
- In July – August 2018: A behavioral (without eye tracking) experiment on temporal perception at Armyanskiy pereulok 4/2. Finished.
- In July – August 2018: An eye tracking experiment on attention in video games at Staraya Basmannaya 21/4 (15 minutes by foot from Kurskaya station). Finished.
- In July – August 2018: An eye tracking experiment on antisaccades at Staraya Basmannaya 21/4 (15 minutes by foot from Kurskaya station). Finished.
Other experiments are coming soon!
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