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As outlined in the Year 1 guide, students of psychology at Edinburgh earn up to 5% of the course mark based on tutorial and research participation. the research participation element consists of 9 hours of research participation across the full year.
You can sign up for experiments online at http://www.subjectpool.com/vr/participant/
The first time you go here, you will need to create an account - preferably using your student email address.
You will receive a copy of your new account details, including password - and you can then search and sign up for studies, and also monitor your research credit.
Don’t panic if there are not many experiments up early on in the semester: ethics and the rhythm of the research year mean that it most studies are available shortly after the start of semester. Research will continue across the whole year.
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