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We are looking for healthy adults to participate in our study about the effects of brain stimulation on different mental capacities, such as working memory. You must speak English fluently, be right-handed, not be pregnant and have no personal or family history of neurological disorders. 

This study includes three visits (within a 7-day period) to the Anna Watts Building in Jericho, Oxford. During the visits, you will be asked to complete a task requiring to keep in mind spatial information over a period of seconds. While you solve this task, we will stimulate your brain with a weak, non-invasive electrical current and additionally utilise EEG and eye-tracking both of which are safe, non-invasive techniques measuring electrical activity and pupil dilation respectively. Each visit will approximately take an hour.

You will be paid £15 per hour for your time. Reasonable travel expenses can also be reimbursed.

If you are interested in participating or have further questions, please email Orlaith Breen orlaith.breen@stcatz.ox.ac.uk

MSD-IDREC-C2-2014-033 (R44020/RE008)