"A gardener exhibits great faith when planting a seed"
24 September 2011
Eye Movement Study at UBC to Study How the Western Eye Interprets Japanese Pruned Plants
UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research
Additional Western-raised adults are needed for an eye-movement study on how Japanese-pruned plants are "seen". Volunteers must be between18 and 59, raised in a Western country (especially Canada!) since the age of 3 and able to see 1.5m without eyeglasses or hard contacts. All volunteers meeting the inclusion criteria are welcome, but additional males in particular are needed. For more info, visit: http://ht.ly/6wymk
The UBC (University of British Columbia Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research) is located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada).