There are currently no openings in the lab. Please contact Dr. Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in working in the lab in the future.
Below is a list of research studies in the lab that are beginning to recruit participants:
1. Treatment of Vestibular Dysfunction Using a Portable Stimulator
Volunteers are needed for a research study examining the effectiveness of low levels of electrical stimulation applied through electrodes to improve vestibular function. The vestibular system, which is part of the inner ear, provides the body with information about balance. Volunteers can participate in any or all of the following: (1) a single two hour session to test what level that you begin to perceive the electrical stimulus, (2) a two hour session involving rotation type motion, and (3) a two hour sessions involving tilt type motion. During each test we will measure your eye movements using lightweight goggles and your perception using a joystick. Volunteers must be 18-60 years old, with no history of neurological or balance disorders. If you are interested in participating or would like further information please contact Hyun Seo Lee by email at email@example.com
Azusa Pacific University students enrolled in an introductory psychology course can sign up to participate in research studies through the SONA system.