A brain imaging study on spatial navigation


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Our study

We are looking for participants in an experiment that investigates how we navigate and make decisions. You must be 18-35 years old, right handed, and speak/write English.

The study involves:

  • Up to Two 1 2 hours sessions over a period of two months.
  • Playing a few computerized tasks while your lie in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine, a safe method for recording brain structure and activity, which require you to lie inside a narrow tube and hold still for up to about 60 minutes.
  • Playing computerized games will we record your brainwaves (EEG) during these games.

This study will take place at the Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University Newark. Each participant will get paid $25/hour for EEG MRI session, and $15/hour for behavioral experiments to compensate for time and inconvenience.

If you are interested in hearing more about the study, or whether you are eligible, please email Malte Gueth: neurostimlab@newark.rutgers.edu

Our team

Spatial Navigation in Virtual and Augmented Reality

Dr. Travis E. Baker,
Principal Investigator

Malte Gueth,
Study coordinator

Galit Karpov,