You are invited to participate in a research study in the Perceptual Motor Behaviour Laboratory at the University of Toronto (55 Harbord Street, Warren Stevens Building - Room 2021F). We examine the use of sensory information both during, or in the absence of, voluntary movement. You will be asked to perform voluntary reaching movements on an aiming board when targets are presented. This experiment specifically investigates the role of neck muscles during motor control.
Are you: 1) between 18 – 47 years of age, and
2) have normal or corrected-to-normal vision, and
3) right hand dominant, and
4) free from major neurological conditions
If so, you may qualify to participate in this study. You will be compensated for your time over one session lasting 1.5h ($15). The risks associated with participation in this study will be explained to you on first contact with the experimenter, or if needed, over email inquiry. At the same time, your eligibility will be confirmed. Space is limited, and as such, expressing your willingness to participate does not guarantee participation. If interested, please contact Goran Perkić by email at email@example.com
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