UCL write: The speech communication lab at UCL's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience is looking for people who stammer to take part in a study on synchronised speech (also known as choral speech), which can be used as a fluency-enhancing technique. We're interested in why it improves fluency for some people but not for others.
We'd like you to come for a behavioural test, where we evaluate the effect it has on your speech, and then we'll invite you back for a follow-up where we'll scan your brain using fMRI.
We'll pay volunteers for their time and can also refund travel expenses.
To take part in this study you must:
- have a stammer
- be right handed
- speak English as your native language.
To sign up or find out more, follow this link: https://sites.google.com/site/speechskscott/now-recruiting or contact firstname.lastname@example.org