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Call for participants - WasON study

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Dear ALL
 
We are recruiting participants worldwide and it would be fantastic if you could take part in the WasON study.
 
The aim of the study is to investigate how neuroscientists and researchers (psychologists, cognitive scientists, philosophers, etc.) with some familiarity with neuroimaging techniques draw associations between cognitive processes and fMRI data observed experimentally.
 
The study has been developed by the SANe and the MInD units (MoMiLab research group at IMT School Lucca, Italy) and can be found here: https://www.sane-elab.eu/NRIA/welcome.php .
 
The questionnaire can be completed through PC or smartphone (however, the use of the PC is warmly suggested to visualize the fMRI maps better). Collected data will be completely anonymousOnce the questionnaire is finished, you can check your accuracy and decide to continue with another set of questions. In this case, please do not close or restart the session, otherwise the system will create another participant ID. 
 
We ask you to complete the questionnaire individually. However, after completing the survey you may want to compare your score with one of your lab mates and colleagues. 
 
Feel free to forward the link to anyone you think could be interested. If you have any questions or just want to be updated with the results of the study, please do not hesitate to contact us (davide.coraci@imtlucca.it).
 
Thank you very much for your availability and your time.
 
All the best,
Davide Coraci
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