The Department of Human Performance Studies-Exercise Science, in collaboration with the Department of Psychology-Clinical Psychology, is seeking volunteers for a study. The study will focus on the accuracy of reaction time and cognitive function tests in comparison with traditional tests widely accepted and used in a clinical and sport setting.
The procedures will include a study of participants’ reaction time, cognitive function and balance. These will then be assessed with different mobile device applications, a computer-based test and traditional paper tests. Three- to five-minute breaks will be allowed between tests. Participation will include a one-time, 2.5-hour session.
Inclusion and exclusion criteria:
- Participants must be age 18 or older.
- No known muscular disorders
- No known neurocognitive disorders
- No known orthopedic disorders
- No known balance disorders
- No uncorrected vision
- Eyeglass and contact wearers are welcome.
The study will be conducted at the Heskett Center Human Performance Lab (Room 210). Schedule here.
For more information, contact Dr. Heidi Bell at 316-393-3339, or email email@example.com.