Examining the use of sensory information during movement and interpersonal synchrony (ages 18-47)

The Perceptual Motor Behaviour Laboratory (WS2021F) at the University of Toronto is currently recruiting participants for a study examining the use of sensory information during movement and interpersonal synchrony. The study involves performing voluntary movements to multiple targets in a sequence with audiovisual pacers (i.e., metronome). 


You are eligible to participate if you meet the following requirements:    

  1. between 18 – 47 years of age, 
  2. have normal vision, or corrected-to-normal vision, 
  3. dominantly use your right hand & right eye, and
  4. have not had formal music training within the last 10 years (e.g., no private music or vocal classes, no music or vocal school courses, or regularly scheduled self-taught music or vocal lessons)

You will be compensated for your time at a rate of $10/hr. The study takes approximately 1.5 hrs to complete, over a single session. The risks associated with participating in this study are considered minimal and will be explained to you in the lab. Please note that participation is limited and replying to this advertisement does not guarantee participation. 

If you answered yes to allof the above noted criteria, and are interested in participating, please contact Selina by e-mail at selina.maloukaabdelmalak@mail.utoronto.ca