Participants required for a study of multi-tasking and problem solving

| June 3, 2019
Submitted by Nour El Shamy for McMaster Digital Transformation Research Centre (MDTRC)

McMaster Digital Transformation Research Centre (MDTRC) is looking for participants over the age of 18 to take part in an EEG study of attention, multitasking and creative problem-solving. Participants will be asked to solve problems or evaluate solutions while simultaneously performing a variety of short tasks on a computer.

Participation involves one session, performing 3 tasks. The total experiment is about 20-30 minutes long. In appreciation for your time, you will receive $50 in cash upon completion of the experiment.

For more information about this study, or to participate, please contact:
Nour El Shamy
DeGroote School of Business
Ron Joyce Centre, RJC 435
905-525-9140 Ext. 28149
elshamyn@mcmaster.ca

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