Famous Faces in Focus: Athlete Portraits and Motor Embodiment

Participants are needed for a UBC study to investigate the influences of perception on our own motor system. In this research study, we examine motor responses to famous athletes. This study is being run in the Motor Skills Lab in the School of Kinesiology by principal investigator Dr. Nicola Hodges.
It is anticipated that the study will take approximately 60 minutes. A $10 honorarium will be provided upon completion of the study.
A resume is not required to partake in the study, we simply ask that participants meet all the qualifications listed. If you meet these qualifications, please email kin.msl@ubc.ca and include “FAMOUS ATHLETES” in the subject line. In your email, please include a UBC email address (if available), a phone number, and your availability over the next 2 weeks.
We are looking for individuals who are/have:
Between ages 18-50 years old
Normal or corrected-to-normal vision
No existing injury to the dominant hand and foot
No known neurological disorders
Must be able to understand and speak English
Must be familiar with famous tennis and soccer players (There is a short pre-screening questionnaire that we ask you to complete if you’re not sure how to answer this question)
Hours per week: 1
Job Nature: Casual/Odd Job
Ethics ID – H23-03247.

Contact: Ellie Saplywy or Dusty Fox Email: kin.msl@ubc.ca Status: Open