We are looking for participants in a language study about dialogue, which takes approximately 45 minutes and pays £10 (Amazon voucher). The study involves sitting in front of a computer screen and playing a simple game with another person over headsets. You must be a native speaker of British English to participate. If you are interested in participating, please email email@example.com with some times you would be available on Tuesdays, Wednesday, or Thursdays, between 10am and 5pm. The study will be running on those days and times from now until mid-July, in the Linguistics lab (Cornwallis Central 118).
Dr Gloria Chamorro
Lecturer in Applied Linguistics
Director of MA Applied Linguistics with TESOL
University of Kent
Mobile Biometrics Data Collection
I am looking for volunteers to take part in a data collection I am running as part of my PhD work. The data collection will happen as two individual sessions around two weeks apart. Once the first session is complete, I will be in touch to arrange the second session.
I am investigating the performance of Biometrics (Fingerprint, Face, Voice and Iris) when operated on a smartphone device within multiple scenarios and conditions (Sitting, Standing and Walking).
The first session will take place within the Jennison Building, and the second will require you to take a quick tour around campus. You will be paid an incentive of a £15 Amazon voucher upon completion of both sessions.
If you would like to participate then please sign-up using the doodle poll link provided here: https://doodle.com/meetme/qc/dNGqykI5W5
The data collection will take place upstairs in the measurement room of the Jennison Building – Room 1.33B (next to Dr Mike Green’s office). You will need to fill in a “Participation Information Sheet” in advance and try to arrive promptly.
If you have any questions or concerns, then please feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew Boakes (mjb228)
My name is Sam Hales and I am a PhD student in the School of Psychology. I’m currently collecting data for my first PhD study – a short (20 mins) online survey assessing the traits of male HE students in the UK. Any student who completes my study in full can enter a prize draw to win an iPad Mini 4 (RRP £399). The study has been ethically approved and participants’ responses are completely anonymous.
The survey can be accessed here:https://kentpsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_82Mqj7aP9k3Gk5v
MBPsS | ESRC-funded PhD student