How do I contact somebody in the lab?
There are lots of ways to reach us. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond or redirect your query to the relevant lab member(s). If you want to talk to somebody over the phone, our general lab number is 609-258-8729.
Am I eligible to participate in your research?
Most of the time, yes. We have certain age restrictions depending on the study, but also run participants of all ages in different studies. For brain imaging research, there is some additional screening to make sure, for example, that you don’t have metal in your body from surgery. You should submit the form above if interested, and we will determine your eligibility.
How do I prepare for a study?
There is nothing special you need to do, other than to come well rested and in good health. If you wear glasses or contacts, please make sure to bring them. For brain imaging, contacts are preferred over glasses, if both are an option.
Where are you located?
If you are scheduled to participate in a study, the experimenter will provide detailed instructions and directions. Our lab is located in the Psychology/Neuroscience complex on Princeton’s campus. Our offices and lab space are located in the Peretsman-Scully Hall part of the complex, and the MRI machines that we use for brain imaging are located in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute part of the complex. To see us on a map or get directions, please consult the map below:
Where should I park?
We have a parking lot (Lot 15) behind our building. If you need to drive, we will provide a parking pass for this lot. If you don’t have a parking pass, then please park in the visitor lot nearby (Lot 23).
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