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Volunteers over 65 required for psychology study
Volunteers over the age of 65 are needed to take part in a psychology study that centres on person perception.
The event will last for one hour and is to take place at the University of Leicester's School of Psychology.
It will require a number of participants to be filmed as they either tell the truth or lie about their views regarding a social issue - such as same-sex marriage.
A panel of judges will later review the tapes and - in accordance with the British Psychology Society - all personal information will remain strictly confidential.
Those who take part in the study will be offered free tea and cakes throughout the experiment.
More information on the event and relevant contact details can be found here.
Those interested in related subjects might also like to take note that the Society is hosting its Psychology for All event on Saturday March 26th, which will feature guest speakers such as Professor Richard Wiseman.
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