Teen drivers needed for study of cognitive skills and use of automated driving systems

IRB Approved Study Number: 

2360, 2401

Researcher: 

Christina Hogan

email: 

TeenDriveStudy@gmail.com

Type of Subjects: 

Adolescent

Description: 

brain on wheels

We are looking for teen drivers ready to test for the junior operator license!

Researchers at the Learning Lab and the Human Performance Lab are studying teen drivers’ cognitive skills and their use of automated driving systems. They are seeking teen drivers who are ready to test for their junior operator license. In the first visit, teen drivers will complete several computer tasks during a 75-minute session at the Learning Lab. In each of the next four visits, teens will complete a 60-minute driving session in the driving simulator at the Human Performance Lab. Participants should not be prone to motion sickness.

Teens can earn up to $150 for participation in all 5 sessions, and parents can earn up for $50. The full breakdown of compensation can be seen below:

Visit 1: $20 for teen, $10 for parent

Visit 2: $25 for teen, $10 for parent

Visit 3: $30 for teen, $10 for parent

Visit 4: $35 for teen, $10 for parent

Visit 5: $40 for teen, $10 for parent

Both lab locations are on the UMass Amherst campus. For more information, please contact Christina Hogan at TeenDriveStudy@gmail.com or fill out our intake form

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