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Swinburn University - Research Participation

BSI Studies Currently Seeking Volunteers

Participating in a study at the Brain Sciences Institute? We are always looking for a range of people to participate in various studies. The links below outline the BSI studies that are currently seeking volunteers. If you would like to participate in one of the studies or if you would like more information about one of the studies listed below, please contact the researcher listed in the links.

* Investigation of attention and its relationship to the Autism Spectrum Quotient in a normal population
* Research on Cognitive and Glucoregulatory Effects of Natural Substances
* Exploration of the Psychological Variables that Influence People's Buying Behaviours
* Can chocolate improve your memory?

Some studies that will be starting in the near future include:

* Coffee
* Green Tea
* Ginseng
* Rosemary
* Bacopa/Brahmi

See Participate in Research for details.

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