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The Effect of Occlusions on Facial Perception

Hello, Thank you for choosing to take part in this study on Occlusions and Facial Perception The experiment should take no more than 20 minutes to complete and should be done with proper vision (i.e. individuals who need corrected vision should complete this experiment with prescription glasses) There are two parts to this experiment: 1) A participants information sheet and consent confirmation 2) An experiment for making aesthetic judgements This research has been approved by the Psychology Research Ethics Committee, Oxford Brookes University. Data is not recorded until you press the ‘Submit’ button and all data collected is completely anonymous. Thank you for your help!
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Assessing the performance of participants across a word categorisation task.

Hello. I am an MSc Psychology student at Oxford Brookes University aiming to collect data for research. My project involves assessing people’s performance on a Lexical Decision Task, an experiment in which you are to categorize words and non-words. The experiment is open to people between the ages of 18 and 65 but has to exclude people known to have dyslexia due to the nature of the task. The experiment should take no longer than 15 minutes. This research has been approved by the Psychology Research Ethics Committee, Oxford Brookes University.
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Speech production in differing contexts

Hello! My name is Jack Rechsteiner, and I am conducting a linguistic study at Michigan State University on speech production in different contexts. The study is currently looking to recruit more nonbinary English speakers between the ages of 18 and 35 as potential participants. The study will take place online and it is expected to take around 15 minutes. Participants will be asked to record themselves reading words from a list and repeating words from a recording. Participants who complete the study will be paid $5 in compensation. Thank you!
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