Paid Forensic Psychology Research (£5) - One off project (20 positions)
Listed by Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds
Email or schedule sessions via the study website.
This is a two-part study. In the first session you will be required to watch a short video that depicts a conversation occurring between two people. This session will last approximately ten minutes. In the second session you will be asked to take par
The police frequently require witnesses of crime to partake in a cognitive interview. We are currently recruiting participants to take part in a study that aims to (a) identify the circumstances under which this technique is useful, and (b) assess how a novel modification might enhance the method.
This is a two-part study. In the first session you will be required to watch a short video that depicts a conversation occurring between two people. This session will last approximately ten minutes. In the second session you will be asked to take part in either a standard or modified cognitive interview to find out what you recall from the video (i.e. what you remember about the dialogue). This phase will last approximately 60 minutes. We require participants to return for the second phase of the study 2 days later. (e.g. if your first session was on a Monday, you would need to return on the Wednesday). There are a number of timeslots available, to arrange to participant you can either (a) email the researcher directly, or (b) visit this website and indicate your preferred participation options (http://www.supersaas.co.uk/form/ESP_memory_study/final_timetable) . Both sessions will take place in the Institute of Psychological Sciences, University of Leeds, and all participants will be paid £5 on the completion of the second session.
This research is subject to the ethical guidelines set out by the British Psychological Society and complies with the requirements of and has been reviewed by the Institute of Psychological Sciences Ethics Committee (reference numbers: 10152-03; 11-0136).