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We are running an online study to understand the strategies people of different ages use in their learning and why.  

 

We have developed a series of games to investigate learning, memory, cognitive flexibility and measures of risk-taking behaviour.  The games will be presented with either a space or a table top games theme. 

In addition you will be asked to complete a survey on demographic and personality information.  

 

If you are 13 years of older or older and speak English you are eligible to take part in our online study (if you are under 16 years of age your parent or guardian will need to fill in the consent form on your behalf).

 

You can do all the tests online and you may have a break between games. 

 

We abide by the University of Cambridge ethics and all your data will be safely stored and kept confidential.

 

If you would like more information or have questions on any of the studies we are running please send a message to: abgresearch@psychol.cam.ac.uk

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