| Pittsburgh, PA only |
We are currently looking for persons willing to participate in a
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study investigating brain
activation while performing cognitive tasks. The entire process takes
only about 2.5 hours, and you are compensated for your time with several
high-resolution structural images of your brain in computer format or on paper.
You *must* meet the requirements below to participate in this experiment:
1. No history of mental illness.
2. No history of previous surgery.
3. No history of head trauma.
4. No metal-lathe or other work in which there was any risk of metal
shavings getting into your eyes.
5. No skin penetration by a bb-shot or other projectile.
6. No dental bridgework; fillings are fine.
7. No glasses; contact lenses are fine.
8. Must be right-handed.
9. Must be a native English speaker.
If you meet these requirements and are willing to participate or have
questions, please contact me via email at dd1i at andrew.cmu.edu.
Thank you for your interest.
Daniel de Grandpre
Neuroimaging Studies Coordinator
Laboratory for Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience
Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University