We are all influenced by the many forms of media in our lives. This leads to interesting questions about how we perceive and respond to this constant stream, such as:
How do we remember the speed and notes of familiar songs?
How well do we tap along to music?
How do we feel about the films and TV series that we watch?
Come and help researchers from the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths, University of London to answer these and other questions by taking part in a real science experiment. Your participation will help us learn how different aspects of media affect our daily lives.
Live Science, Who am I? gallery First floor, Wellcome Wing
How long is it on for?
Every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from 19 July to 4 October 2013
How long will it take?
Who can take part?
Anyone is welcome to take part. Some experiments require reading of short sentences or familiarity with songs or film clips. Please ask the researchers for more details.
Written consent is required for everybody. If you are under 18, your parent or legal guardian will have to sign the form.