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Adults aged 18-45 wanted for a 30-minute study: Predicting other people’s performance

People who work together on a task often try to anticipate how well the people they are working with will perform. This not only helps them prepare for potential outcomes but also can influence how they perform themselves. In this study, we investigate what factors influence predictions about other people’s performance.

The study involves completing a computer task, questionnaire and may involve mildly painful electric shocks. It takes 30 minutes and you will be compensated for your time.

To take part, you must be in good health, aged 18-45, and be fluent in English. Because of the nature of the study, people with neurological or psychiatric history, including depression or anxiety (past or present) will NOT be able to take part.

If you wish to participate in this study or to receive further information, please contact Luka Katic at luka.katic@psy.ox.ac.uk . 

Research Ethics Project Number: R50118/RE002.