[Nfbnet-members-list] Research Opportunity in Orlando

Aloma Bouma alomabouma at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 03:06:34 UTC 2016

  Johns Hopkins University Research Opportunity in Orlando

  The Neuroplasticity and Development Lab, Department of Psychological
  and Brain  Science, at Johns Hopkins University invites participants
  to take part in research studies at the NFB convention this year. The
  studies involve listening to sentences, listening to tones, reading
  Braille and answering questions. The goal of this research is to
  better understand how visual and non-visual experiences contribute to
  There are several studies available. You can choose to participate in
  one or more of these studies. Each study takes around 1-2 hours and
  participants are compensated $30 per hour for participating. Prior to
  scheduling a study appointment we ask that you complete a
  pre-screening interview over the phone to see whether you qualify.
  Among the qualification criteria, participants must be congenitally
  and totally blind and between the ages of 18-50. The screening
  interview takes between 15 to 30 minutes. Those who take part in the
  screening interview will receive a $15 Amazon gift certificate.
  We are still looking for many participants.  Don't misss this
opportunity to make a little money and be a part of some important and
positive research.  To find out if you qualify and to sign up for
study appointment please
  contact us by either calling (410) 870-9895 or emailing
plasticity_lab at jhu.edu.
  Thank you for reading our announcement and we look forward to seeing
  you at the NFB convention.

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