We are looking for participants to take part in experiments involving:

  • moving in virtual reality
  • interacting with robot interfaces
  • watching video clips
  • lifting small objects
  • and several other motor tasks.
All the experiments are completely non-invasive and have been approved by the Psychology Research Ethics Committee of the University of Cambridge.


To take part you must

  • be right-handed
  • be aged 18-45
  • have normal vision or wear glasses that make your vision normal
  • have no neurological or other problems that affect your control of movement
  • have very good command of English

Experiments last between 1 and 4 hours (most are 1-2 hours)

You will be paid 10 per hour for taking part.

Registering with the recruitment system

This takes place only by web-based automated system. To register click on this link:

Register for experiments here

You will be asked a handedness questionnaire and then be able to schedule yourself for experimental sessions.

Sign up for study

After registering, to sign up for experiments click on this link:

Sign Up here

Directions to the Lab

All experiments take place in our lab on the 4th floor Baker Building,
Dept Engineering - turn left out of the lift and go to room 434. For full directions to the lab follow this link:

Full directions here

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