Target reaching study

  • Street: 1205 Dr. Penfield
  • Privince/State: Quebec
  • Country: Canada
  • Listed: July 24, 2017 7:54 pm
  • Expires: This ad has expired


Hi folks! We are inviting students from McGill and Concordia to participate in a study of motor learning using a robotic arm. You will be required to make arm movements to a hidden target while holding onto a robotic handle. The task makes emphasis on the feeling or experience of the arm (kinesthesia) while moving. Subjects must be healthy with no previous neurological conditions, right-handed, under 30 years of age, and must not have participated in a motor control study involving the large robotic arm in our lab.

The study lasts for 2 hours and you will be compensated 20$ for your time. Testing will be done in our lab at the Stewart Biology Building (McGill downtown campus, 1205 Dr. Penfield Avenue). Contact us for more details at mcl.mcgill@gmail.com with the subject title ‘Working Memory’.

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