Aug 2, 2018

Recruiting high schoolers (ages 16-19) for a research study at Georgetown University!



I'm a postdoctoral fellow living in Glover Park and working at Georgetown on some studies related to psychology, education, and learning. We're looking for some local high schoolers to participate in research. Please contact me, Rachel Pizzie (rachel.pizzie@georgetown.edu) or email the lab (cnglab@georgetown.edu) for more information!


The Relational Cognition Lab at Georgetown is recruiting local high school-aged participants to investigate reasoning using written and computer-based behavioral tasks. Participants will complete various reasoning tasks and answer questionnaires. This experiment takes about 90 to 120 minutes. All participants will be compensated for their time.


To be eligible, you must:

- Be between the ages of 16 and 19 (Participants under 18 will require permission of a parent or guardian to participate)

- Be a native English speaker (or fluent in English)

- Be able to come to Georgetown University campus to participate


If interested, please email us at cnglab@georgetown.edu!

Your performance in all study-related activities, including requests for information, will be kept strictly confidential in accordance with Institutional Review Board policy.

Thanks for your interest, and we hope to hear from you soon!

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