25 Aug 2015

Participants sought: Do mindfulness meditators show different attention related brain activity compared to healthy controls?

Not you? Healthy non-meditators sought for study.
Do mindfulness meditators show different attention related brain activity compared to healthy controls?

Volunteers aged between 18 and 65 are sought for a research study being conducted at the Alfred Hospital. This is a study comparing brain activity in people who have meditation experience with healthy controls. It involves the measurement of brain activity using electroencephalogram (EEG), which is a non-invasive way to record brain's electrical activity.

We require both volunteers who have experience with meditation, and volunteers who have no experience with meditation. At the moment, we are particularly recruiting healthy non-meditators. You will undergo a brief interview and participate in a number of tasks assessing brain function.
Testing will occur at the Alfred Hospital over one sessions, lasting about 3 hours. Participants will be reimbursed $30 for the session.

If you are interested and think you may be able to participate, please contact:
For more about MAPrc research, see www.maprc.org.au/.
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