FEMALES ONLY Communication and Decision Study 5/6 @ 11:00

Our team of researchers is conducting a study on communication and decision-making. We are interested in learning if the power of two people and the modality of communication they use (either face-to-face or mediated) affects the way they solve problems and make decisions.  We need people to participate in our study. It takes less than an hour and you can earn between $10 and $30 in gift cards for your participation, depending on how you do in the experiment. You will be paired with a partner when you arrive.

You will need to come to our lab in 2 Partners Place on the south end of campus to participate (just east of the Weather Center). It is located off of Constellation St. (David Boren Blvd), just north of Highway 9.  Free transportation is available from the main campus on the Research Shuttle. 

Please click on the "Register Now" button to reserve a slot in the experiment.  Our study is investigating same-sex interactions between strangers.  Please do NOT sign up with someone you know.  You will receive a reminder email one day prior to your scheduled session.

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