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The PACE (Physiology and Communication Effects) Lab is dedicated to using psychophysiological measures to better understand how people respond to media messages.

J201 students

We are currently accepting participants for two ongoing projects. If you are enrolled in J201, you are eligible for our video game study. This study takes approximately 60 minutes to complete. To sign up, please choose the “book appointment” button below.

You will receive a confirmation e-mail after signing up, and you will also receive a reminder e-mail the day before your appointment. Please arrive on time. Here is a map showing the location of the PACE Lab within Vilas.

Book an appointment with UW PACE lab using SetMore

J202 (men only)

The second study is open only to men who are currently enrolled in J202. In order to participate in this study, you should have already completed an online questionnaire (your instructor sent an email with a link to this questionnaire). This study is not for extra credit, rather, you will be paid for your time. It will take approximately 60 minutes to complete this study in the lab.

Please email the study leader, Catasha Davis (catashadavis@wisc.edu), if you have questions.

You will receive a confirmation e-mail after signing up, and you will also receive a reminder e-mail the day before your appointment. Please arrive on time. Here is a map showing the location of the PACE Lab within Vilas.

Book an appointment with UW PACE lab using SetMore

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