Effort and movement learning study

The Neuromechanics Lab needs volunteers for a study on learning and effort in a reaching task. We are interested in how the effort involved in a movement impacts how you learn in a new environment. The task involves using a robotic handle to guide a cursor to a series of targets.

You must be English-speaking, right- handed, between 18-35 years old, have normal or corrected vision, no movement control problems, and no recent orthopedic surgeries or broken bones.

The study will involve 1.5 hours of testing in our campus laboratory (1B21 ECSL, 1111 Engineering Dr., Boulder, CO 80309). Subjects will be compensated with an Amazon Gift Card ($15).

Contact: Rachel Marbaker at rachel.marbaker@colorado.edu or 719-373-1748.

Sunday, July 31, 2022

Engineering Center, ECSL 1B21 1111 Engineering Drive Boulder CO


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