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Young people aged 13-25 needed for research into how movement control develops in TS

Posted on 12 August 2021 by Pippa McClounan

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Four interactive games to choose from with the chance to win Amazon vouchers!

Researchers at the University of Nottingham are looking for people with tics and Tourette Syndrome to help with their new online studies.

These fun, interactive research studies involve completing a questionnaire and playing computer based games.

 

Click here to watch a fun video explaining more

 

There are four different studies to try and each of them will enter you into a prize draw to win Amazon vouchers.

Before starting, you must complete a registration form - CLICK HERE

 

 

All are suitable for those aged 13+ with TS or tics.

Contact hannah.slack@nottingham.ac.uk for more details with any questions.


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