Study Title: Investigating representational momentum effects using an adaptive staircase procedure.

I kindly invite you to participate in my MSc research project, which aims to investigate how visual perception functions in humans by using novel paradigms. Your involvement would be greatly appreciated and will contribute to advancing knowledge in the field of cognitive psychology.

Please use your computer or laptop and follow this link to access the online experiment. Before proceeding, you will be asked to read the information sheet carefully to make an informed decision about your participation.

You can take part only if you are 18 years old or over, have not completed the experiment before, and have a good vision (with or without putting your prescribed glasses or contact lenses on).

What is involved? Your participation in this study involves completing twelve blocks of trials. Each trial begins by pressing the spacebar. During each trial, you will be shown two greyscale frames of an athlete walking along a track. Your task is to press the “s” key if you think that the two frames are identical, or the “d” key if you think that the frames are different. The entire study will take approximately one hour. You are welcome to take breaks as needed and resume by pressing the spacebar.

For further information, please do not hesitate to contact me (the researcher) Lynda Chebbihi via email at The closing date for participation is Monday, 15th July 2024.

Thank you very much for your support.