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Queen's University
 

Centre for Neuroscience Studies

  • Participants Needed

Participants Needed

Exploring Robots in Rehabilitation Medicine for Assessment of Stroke

We are looking for healthy volunteers, that have not had a stroke, to participate in a research study using two different robotic technologies to assess neurological and upper limb function following a stroke.

 

See this document for more information.


For more information or to book an appointment, please contact Simone by phone (613) 533-6000 ext, 77506 or by email at appaqaq@queensu.ca

 

 


Functional MRI Study


Dr. Jason Gallivan’s research uses functional MRI, transcranial magnetic stimulation and behavioural methods to understand how actions (e.g., reaching, grasping and eye movements) are coded in the human brain.  If you are interested in being a paid participant in a research study please contact Jason directly ( jasongallivan@gmail.com ).

 


Are you 60 years of age or older?

  • Native-English speakers wanted for a study about hearing and cognitionas we age.
  • Involves one 1.5 hour session at Queen’s
  • Compensation provided + reimbursement for reasonable travel cost

 Email johnsrude.conchlab@gmail.com OR Call (613) 533-6002

 

 

Healthy men and women aged 30-50 years

Purpose: To understand how we are able to maintain clear vision when walking

 

Location: Queen’s University

 

Time: Session one will require 1.5 hours of your time and if invited, session two will require 45 minutes

 

Refreshments and free parking will be provided.

 

To cover the cost of transportation and meals you will be given $15 for session one  and $10 for session two.

 

For more information contact Tessa Elliott at (613) 483-3184

 


Overcoming Stigma in Mood and Anxiety Disorders

If you live with the stigma of mood and anxiety disorders, you are invited to participate in a free course this fall.  The practical strategies in the course have been designed so that a diagnosis does not keep you from experiencing full and meaningful life.  This free program will run in small groups of 6-10 adults.  
 
You can choose between daytime or evening.  A free workbook has been developed and refreshments will be provided.  The program runs for two hours each week for seven weeks, starting in October.  Assistance is available for transportation and childcare costs.

 

You can sign up or get information by calling Caroline at 613-328-7472, e-mailing to overcomestigma@live.ca or through the website www.overcomestigma.ca


This Overcoming Stigma in Mood and Anxiety Disorders program is thanks to the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-stigma Research Chair.  Local Queen’s researchers, Dr. Heather Stuart and Dr. Roumen Milev, have been fighting to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness.  They developed this course as a collaboration between Queen’s University and Providence Care.  We are very fortunately to have this research and free course available in Kingston.

 

 

 

The Child and Adolescent Development Group is a group of researchers, including 5 members of the Centre for Neuroscience, in the Psychology Department at Queen’s University. We are interested in how infants, children, and adolescents reason about the people and the world around them. Our research focuses on many aspects of development, including: 

 

  • What are the earliest forms of prosocial behaviour seen in infancy? What types of situations encourage young children to help others?
  • What determines how children learn from others?  Who do children learn the most from, and what exactly are they learning?
  • How can we best explain the social difficulties facing children with autism?
  • What forms does bullying take in today’s world? How might we best discourage playground and cyber-bullying?
  • Why do teenagers react so emotionally? How do teenagers become depressed or anxious? 

The participants in the studies consist of parent and child volunteers who graciously offer their time and assistance. A visit takes about 30 minutes and is arranged at a time that is convenient for participants. Our researchers are committed to making your visit a pleasant and fun learning experience. 


If you are interested in participating, simply contact us by email or phone.


Email: child.studies@queensu.ca 


Phone: 613-533-2476 


Also, please search through the Development Group research site to learn more about our work and the specific research centers that make up our group.

 

Music Cognition Lab

Do you have a family member or friend with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia?  We are studying musical engagement and music-related memory, and currently seeking participants for our studies.  We hope to recruit adults with Alzheimer's disease as well as healthy older adults.  No music experience is needed.  For more information about our studies, please visit our website at http://www.queensu.ca/psychology/mcl.html, or contact Ritu at the Music Cognition Lab – either by email at acoustics.lab@queensu.ca or by phone at (613) 533-2490.

 

Last Modified 2014-10-21

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