The second round of the study on college students has been completed, bringing the total number of participants to 180. The second round focused on comparing different methods of measuring working memory, and variants of the stop-signal and delay of reward tasks, and their relationship to personality and current psychological state.
WiltonLogic is pleased to announce that the live phase of the study being carried out with Dr Brad Conner, of the Department of Psychology, Temple University is now underway. The initial plan is to recruit 40 subjects, and will include personality assessments, visual analog scales to measure current state, and nine compuerised tests, primarily focussed on impulsive decision making and risk taking. The study will be completed in April, and initial results should be available in May.
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