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The development of social cognition across the lifespan (Eyetracking task)----Research Participants Needed!-----
How does social cognition develop across the lifespan? How do age-related differences in social cognition relate to one’s executive function (cognitive ability)? In this study, participants will be asked to complete various tasks, including a simple questionnaire (you will be asked about the years of education, self-reported health, your history of major illness and cognitive impairment, and so on), social cognition tasks (Eye-tracking), mental/cognitive health tests, and executive function tasks.
The entire study takes 2 hours to complete and a $20 ($10 per an hour) will be offered upon completion of the study.
The study will take place in the Brain and Mind Institute (BMI) room 211J at Western University.
This study is open to any individual aged 60 and above.
If you are interested, please contact the Cohen Lab (at email@example.com) or Isu Cho (at firstname.lastname@example.org, 519-902-3653) for more information.
** Anyone who has a current diagnosis or history of major illnesses with known direct central nervous system effects, previously identified cognitive impairments, or major psychiatric illness would be excluded from study participation.