Research Participant - Personality And Brain, Dunedin, Student Job Search

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
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Research Participant - Personality And Brain, Dunedin, Student Job Search
New Zealand, Otago, Dunedin,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Research participant - personality and brain

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Participants in Dunedin wanted for a Personality and Brain Research Study:
Do you identify with any of the following statements?

I am charming, good at manipulating or 'conning' people, good at taking care of number one, carefree, and would do almost anything for a dare. 
I am impulsive, often act without considering the consequences, or frequently participate in high risk activities. 
I have been suspended or expelled from school. 
I am, or have been, on parole. 
I have criminal convictions. 
If you answer yes to any of the above statements, then we would like to invite you to participate in our study. 
In this study you will be required to complete some tasks and a questionnaire on a computer while having your brainwaves recorded at the same time. You will then be interviewed. It will take about 4 hours to complete the tasks, questionnaires and interview, but we ask that you allow at least 4.5 hours. 
To participate you must:
Be between 30-55 years old 
Not on medication for depression, anxiety, and/or panic 
You will receive at least $80! $75 of this is a supermarket voucher for your participation (for out of pocket expenses incurred in participating in the study), and you will win at least $5 cash from computer tasks. 

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Are you between the age of 30-55 years? (required)
Which of the following statements do you identify with? I am charming, good at manipulating or 'conning' people, good at taking care of number one, carefree, and would do almost anything for a dare. I am impulsive, often act without considering the consequences, or frequently participate in high risk activities. I have been suspended or expelled from school. I am, or have been, on parole. I have criminal convictions. (desirable)

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