WMP Lab Participant Interest Survey
The Working Memory and Plasticity Lab at UCI is currently recruiting participants for two different memory studies. In order to participate in any of our studies, you MUST be at least 18 years old. Here is some information about each of the studies, along with a survey where you can indicate your availability:

Study #1: You will be playing different kinds of memory tablet games so that we may see how these games improve or affect your working memory. As a participant, you will be meeting 14 times in our lab in order for us to gather sufficient data. Each session is 1 hour long. For further questions, contact Rachel Smith (rachelns@uci.edu).

Study #2: You will be playing different kinds of memory games on tablets so that we may see how these games impact your memory. This particular study consists of two 1-hour-long sessions. The second session will be about one week after your first session, and the times will be consistent. For further questions, contact Eunice Ghil (jsghil@uci.edu).

Participating in our studies is associated with range of benefits in addition to learning about ongoing research, such as cash, course credit, raffles, or other forms of compensation depending on the specific study.

If one or all of these studies interest you, please fill out this survey which will ask about your upcoming availability. Keep in mind, Study #1 requires availability for up to 1-2 hours per weekday and while some of the procedures can be completed at home, most of the studies are to be completed in our lab on campus.

If you have any questions or concerns with either of these studies, please refer to the emails associated to each study. Otherwise, the lab will follow up with you shortly.
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