Study - The Influence of Information Type on a Categorisation Task

@JCU Study - The Influence of Information Type on a Categorisation Task

Study - The Influence of Information Type on a Categorisation Task

Seeking participants for an experiment-based study. 

Anybody is eligible to participate. 

The experiment involves learning how to categorise images of skin lesions as cancerous or benign, reading information about cancer screening, and categorising images of skin lesions. 

The experiment is being conducted at the Psychology Department at JCU. 

If you are interested in participating, please contact the Principal Investigator, Chelsea Muscat at chelsea.muscat@my.jcu.edu.au or her supervisor, Dr Anne Swinbourne at anne.swinbourne@jcu.edu.au

Kind regards,

Chelsea Muscat

Honours Student, BPsych

Department of Psychology

James Cook University

Townsville QLD 4811 AUS

E: chelsea.muscat@my.jcu.edu.au