Augmented e-mail reading study - We pay you 100 euros

We are inviting you to participate in our study, which investigates the relationship between e-mail work and physiology.

You will be asked to work on your own e-mails while physiological data is collected from you.

You will be paid 100 €
(minus tax)

The experiment will require you to:

Work with e-mail for at least 45 minutes per day

Not wear glasses

Participate in at least 3 sessions

We are inviting you to participate in our study, which investigates the relationship between e-mail work and physiology.

You will be asked to work on your own e-mails while physiological data is collected from you.

Helsinki Institute for Information Technology (joint institute of Aalto and Helsinki universities) is looking for participants in a physiological experiment, using heart rate, skin conductance and eye tracking. The experiment takes place in Otaniemi T-building (Konemiehentie 2).

The session lasts approximately 1 hour (including preparation).

During specific, agreed upon days of the week, you must:

- Deactivate work-related email notifications (as they disrupt concentration).

- Work-related emails should be read only during the allocated time slots (you may also be assigned an "email-off" day, chosen by you).

Note: You will NOT need to give us your e-mail username and password, nor will we have direct access to your e-mails. In addition, all information will be anonymised.

The bank transfer will be taxed, so remember to bring your tax card to avoid having the final amount reduced by the maximum tax rate.

Link for survey to determine your eligibility: http://bit.ly/2GaMXpK

Listing created Jan 24, 2018

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