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Opportunity details

COVID and COGNITION Study

Assessing the impact of COVID-19 on memory and cognition in the post-viral period

Link to organisation:

https://www.camblab.psychol.cam.ac.uk/

Full description:

We want to understand how COVID-19 impacts memory and cognition in the period following initial recovery.

We need to get a lot of people to take part in this online study for the data to be useful. We are recruiting those that have and have not had C-19 but particularly need people who HAVE NOT had covid but are at risk of catching it. Those people we would follow up and be able to assess the impact of the virus within an individual.

Help with dissemination would make a huge difference!

Date from

14th October 2020

Date to

14th January 2021

Organisation

Cognition and Motivated Behaviour Lab (CAMBLab), Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge

We are an Experimental Psychology research lab within Cambridge University's department of Psychology. We *usually* study the association between obesity and memory and cognition.

Our website is here: https://www.camblab.psychol.cam.ac.uk/participate-in-research

To learn more about the study (or take part!), you can learn more here: https://research.sc/participant/login/dynamic/50AE927A-6F6B-41A4-82F8-9B3B98352560

Attachment

COVID19 & COGNITION_InformationSheet_14.10.pdf


Details

Topic:

Blood, immune system
Infectious diseases
Mental health
Neurological disorders

Location:

UK wide

Involvement type:

Disseminating

What support is offered?

If willing to get properly involved, you will work alongside a team of research students and learn about the process and logistics of the study

Payment:

No payment available

Expenses:

No expenses should be incurred

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes