So last week I enrolled in a simple SONA study looking at face identification.
It was rather simple; I was asked to do 8 different computer tasks that required me to identify faces and monitors this through reaction times.
The debriefing to this study highlighted to me that I was a participant into an investigation into Congenital Prosopragnosia and my results would be used to develop a baseline test for people with this condition and perhaps shed light on deficits and even benefits people have with this condition.
Overall it was an interesting study when discussing with the researcher the implications of the study, which is nice to receive after studies. And I have learned that reaction time studies can be rather fun