**Researcher use of the RSVP is limited to Psychology Department faculty, graduate students, postdocs, honors students, postbacs, and lab managers.**
EEG Studies of Attention and Memory (093019A)
Participants will complete computer tasks of attention and memory while EEG data are collected.
-35-55 years of age
-Corrected-to-normal vision and hearing
-No known neurological/psychiatric diagnoses
Description: Please allow 3 hours for EEG setup, cleanup, and computer task time. You will be asked to remove any earrings and you will get your hair wet.
Preparation: please come in with clean, dry hair.
Location: Barker Hall at the Universit of California, Berkeley
Compensation: $20/hour (2-3 hours)
Self Control and Behavior (071119A)
Do you struggle with problems due to fighting with people, anger, or aggression?
Have you been sober for at least 6 months after problems with substance or alcohol use?
Have you had a suicide attempt in the past year?
Have you ever had problems like severe debt, legal issues, physical fights, or loss of a job because of your behavior?
If any of the above apply, this study may be a good fit for you. Our research group in the Psychology Department at UC Berkeley is conducting a study to better understand how thoughts and motivations change self-control and behaviors, and how that relates to psychological problems. You can earn up to $330 in return for your time. We are looking for people who are:
- between the ages of 18-55 years old
- able to come to UC Berkeley campus for up to four 2-3 hour visits
If you’re interested, please follow the link below to take a short, anonymous survey that helps determine if the study would be a good fit. It should take about a minute to complete:
If you might be eligible, the short survey will link you to a scheduler where you can sign up for a longer eligibility pre-screening call. If you have questions, you can contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-542-8969.
Neural bases of Stereopsis (082318A)
Neural bases of 3D-depth perception
The Levi and Silver labs are looking for participants with normal or corrected to normal vision. We will measure your 3D-depth perception: 10% of participants lack 3D-depth perception. To measure it, you will look at clouds of dots moving in depth on a computer screen. We will scan your brain after the measure and issue 3D images of your brain to you.
Conditions of eligibility:
1) normal or corrected-to-normal vision
3) Between the ages of 40-45 or 60-65
4) No clear claustrophobia, metal in body, pregnancy, tattoo on face/neck, pacemaker
5) No neurological or psychiatric disorder, or neuro-active medication
Visits in Minor Hall: 1 visit for 1.5 hour compensated at $15 per hour (+ parking/BART - special rates)
Visits in Li Ka Shing Center: 2 visits of 2-3h each compensated at $15 per hour (+ parking/BART - special rates)
Neural Mechanisms of Visual Crowding (052918A)
The Whitney lab is conducting a visual study in the lab that lasts approximately 1 hour. We are running this study on the weekdays of July 22nd through Sept 22nd.The study involves viewing pictures/ listening to sounds on a computer and responding to the picture or sounds with button presses on the computer keyboard or mouse. The pay is $15 per hour. Please write email@example.com if you are interested in participating. The first ten eligible participants will be accepted. Thank you!
Effects of Visual Learning on Prediction (031318A)
The Silver is recruiting healthy adults to participate in a visual perception study. Participation in this study involves viewing and responding to images presented on a computer screen. It consists of one session lasting approximately 1 hour.
Compensation for study participation is $15/hour for the one session.
To be eligible, subjects must:
1) Have normal or corrected-to-normal vision and normal depth perception. Glasses or contacts are fine.
2) Normal color vision
3) Be 18-39 years of age
4) Have no history of neurological problems
5) Be taller than 5 feet (in order to look through the viewing apparatus comfortably while seated)
To participate or learn more, please contact the Silver lab at firstname.lastname@example.org