food moodWe are conducting research on the reasons underlying different perceptions of taste. The aim of the study is to investigate the effect that mood can have on basic brain functions like decision making and the experience of sensory information such as taste while watching T.V.  You will be presented with some decision making tasks, a mood questionnaire a resting heart rate measure and a T.V. taste test. This will be followed by some questionnaires on food preferences, personality and general background health information including height and weight.

Participants: If you would like to take part in this study, it is important that you eat your typical breakfast/lunch 2-3 hours prior to the study, have no food allergies, have a good use of the English language. In addition it is important that you are not pregnant, are not vegetarian/vegan and that you are not taking any medication that affects appetite.

Time required: 60 minutes

Place: 9th Floor Vivian Tower, Swansea University

£8 for participation

If you would like to take part or want further information, please contact

Ruby Marzella: 636177@swansea.ac.uk; Dr Menna Price: m.j.price @swansea.ac.uk

If you want to find out about participating in other psychology research through our computerized participant system, please log onto: https://psychology-swansea.sona-systems.com/.

Tuesday June 21st, 2016

Posted In: Surveys and Studies

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