Join a testing session at our laboratory

Advertisement for the recruitment of volunteers for study ref: LRS/DP-22/23-35603 approved by the PNM Research Ethics Panel.

As part of a research project at King’s College London exploring neurodiversity and cognitive load in online learning, we are seeking participants aged 18 years and older, who live in the UK, can fluently communicate in English, and who are currently studying for a campus-based degree which requires the use of an online learning platform. We are seeking both neurotypical and neurodivergent students.

Neurodivergent students should declare a diagnosis of at least one of the following neurodevelopmental conditions: ADHD, ASD, and/or dyslexia, and no other neurodevelopmental condition. Neurotypical students should declare not having any diagnosed neurodevelopmental condition.

If you choose to take part in the project, we will arrange a testing session at our laboratory at the Guy’s Campus of King’s College London. During this session, you will be asked to watch an educational video whilst undergoing eye tracking and electroencephalography. You will also complete cognitive tests and questionnaires, as well as a quiz before and after to test your knowledge of the content of the educational video. The session should last less than one hour.

Participants who attend and complete the laboratory testing will receive a £15 shopping voucher as a ‘thank you’ for participating. Unfortunately, we cannot pay travel costs, but we will endeavour to arrange test sessions at time to minimise your travel costs.

If you are interested in joining, you can access all key information and the screening survey by clicking this link: 

Please contact Anne-Laure Le Cunff ( if you have any questions.

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