Call for Study Participants

Critical Assessment of the Faculty of Kinesiology an Physical Education Equity Policies

Motor Systems Activation and Adaptation During Movement Imagery 

Right handed individuals (ages 18-35) for a language systems and motor control study 

Right Handed Older Adults (50-85 years old) for an upper-limb 

How brain frequencies correlate to performance outcomes

Eye tracking study - 18 to 35 year olds, right handed, no glasses (contacts allowed)

Male active participants to study muscle protein synthesis and muscle recovery after resistance training 

Right handed dominant volunteers (ages 17-47) for sensory motor testing 

Participants with mild traumatic brain injury or concussion within the last year 

Right handed individuals 18-35 years of age with normal/corrected vision for motor control studies 

Male university hockey alumni, ages 30-80, with or without a history of concussion 

Healthy women ages 45-65 for an exercise and blood pressure study 

Current University of Toronto students  and Varsity Athletes for online questionnaire regarding sport participation and well-being

Caregivers of children age 2-5 for a study on the use of mobile technology 

Seeking elite or competitive athletes 16-18 years old for a study on your experiences in sport 

Student Narratives Surrounding Accessibility Within Physical Activity and Sport Spaces at the University of Toronto 

Weight-trained participants aged 18-35 for a study on dietary protein and amino acid oxidation


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