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Eye tracking study

11 July 2019

You will be invited to complete a series of online questionnaires. Following this you will be asked to complete a task using the eye tracking machine at the Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University. This task will involve viewing objects being presented on the screen in front of you. One of these objects will be presented regularly. One object will be presented at irregular intervals. Throughout this task the eye tracker will be recording you pupil size.

Requirements

  • • People aged over 18 years.
  • • You must have normal or corrected to normal vision - glasses or contact lenses are fine
  • • No diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • • No current mental health conditions
  • • You must not be taking any psychotrophic drugs or medication

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Ethical approval

This study was approved by the Faculty of Medical Sciences Research Ethics Committee, part of Newcastle University's Research Ethics Committee. This committee contains members who are internal to the Faculty, as well as one external member. This study was reviewed by members of the committee who must provide impartial advice and avoid significant conflicts of interest. It has also undergone a peer review at Newcastle University’s school of Psychology.

About the researcher

My name is Chloe Geagan (C.Geagan2@ncl.ac.uk) and I am a Trainee Clinical Psychologist at Newcastle University. I am conducting this research as part of my professional Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.

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