Participate

Take part in our studies running in the lab

If you would like to participate in one or more of our in-person studies please contact the lab: multisensorylab@gmail.com

Take part in our studies running live online

If you would like to participate in one or more of our online studies, you can do so by clicking ‘participate now’.

Let the Shape Do the Talking!

This experiment is under construction and will be available October 17th!

People often match sounds to objects in a consistent pattern; high pitch with small objects and low pitch with big objects. This is an example of crossmodal correspondences. The purpose of this study is to understand how people match sounds to shapes. It will take less than 15 minutes total.

Multisensory Object Categories – Online (MOC-O)

This experiment is under construction and will be available October 17th!

The purpose of this study is to understand how multisensory information (vision and sound) influences how we perceive and categorise objects. The main task is designed to measure multisensory integration for object categorisation. 

For this study, you will need a quiet room and the audio on your computer turned on (you can also wear headphones, but ensure audio is on). You will complete some brief questions about your general demographics, followed by the experiment itself. The whole procedure will take about 30 minutes. 

Before taking part, please read the information sheet below.

After participating, please read the debriefing sheet.

Kid’s Zone

Space Raiders

Our lab is currently recruiting children for an online study investigating how our sight and hearing work together as we learn and grow. We want to know if our hobbies can affect how well we use our senses in our day-to-day life.

All it takes? 15 minutes!

If you are aged between 4 and 11 years-old, we would love your help. Click the link below to begin the experiment.

Before taking part, please read the information sheet below.

Where we are

The Multisensory Perception Lab is based in the Institute of Neuroscience in the Lloyd Institute in Trinity College Dublin. The Lloyd Institute is located beside the Science Gallery on the Pearse Street Entrance to the Trinity College campus. The campus is easily accessible by bus (see here and here), tram and train (Pearse Street Station)

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