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£100 prize fund!

Over the summer of 2011 I’m running an experiment as part of the main project for my MSc in Human-Computer Interaction at UCL. The study is called The effects of repetition on the performance of routine procedural tasks and it needs you!

The experiment involves using a piece of software to run through a number of trials, during which various aspects of your performance will be recorded by the system. These data will subsequently be analysed to inform my project.

If you can spare an hour at some point over the last week of June or the first week of July and want to be in with the opportunity of winning a £50, £30 or £20 Amazon Gift Certificate then I’d like to hear from you.

Sessions will take place in the Psychology department of UCL at 26 Bedford Way (3rd floor). If you’d like to help out, leave a comment below using your email address where prompted, and I’ll be in touch.


6 thoughts on “Experiment

  1. Hey Stuart, how come you never asked me? Deeply offended. Or maybe not. Anyhoo I can help out if you still need people. I’m not around on Thursday but am pretty flexible other than that.


  2. Lynne, I would love to ask you and everyone else from the course but you’ve done ACS and you know too much. No, really!

  3. Hi Stuart.

    I think I could participate in your study. I’ve already registered.

    Thank you

  4. Hey Carlos, yes you have. I appreciate it! See you soon 🙂

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