We’ve interviewed Gorilla users about their fascinating research, and how they think online research will change their fields. Find out more below.

Joseph Devlin

Joseph Devlin

Consumer Neuroscience
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience & Vice-dean (Enterprise & Innovation) for the Faculty of Brain Sciences
UCL
“We ran an experiment in partnership with Audible, that investigated whether people respond differently to emotionally engaging scenes when they are delivered in video or audiobook format.” Continue Reading Joseph Devlin

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Răzvan Jurchiș

Răzvan Jurchiș

Cognitive psychology (implicit learning, non-conscious knowledge, dual processing); Cognitive-behavior psychotherapy
Post-doctoral researcher
Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania
“I believe that nonconscious knowledge plays a much greater role in our daily behaviour that we think it does.” Continue Reading Răzvan Jurchiș

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Jonathan Tsay

Jonathan Tsay

Motor Learning, Cognitive Neuroscience, Neurorehabilitation
Graduate Student (PhD)
University of California, Berkeley
“I work on how the brain controls movement. I use Gorilla to design a battery of cognitive tasks to investigate how the cerebellum contribute to cognition. These tasks span a wide range, from language to visual cognition, from math to attention.” Continue Reading Jonathan Tsay

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Anqi Hu

Anqi Hu

Language, word learning, autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
PhD student
University of Delaware
“Online research has the great potential for us to reach out to a more representative sample and to create a more participant-friendly research experience. It is tremendously helpful for studies that investigate individual differences and learning in children.” Continue Reading Anqi Hu

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Bryony Payne

Bryony Payne

Cognitive Neuroscience
PhD student
Univeristy College London
“Our findings … have implications on the design and selection of individuated synthetic voices that are used with assistive communication devices.” Continue Reading Bryony Payne

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Marissa Vander Missen

Marissa Vander Missen

Cognitive theories of depression, approach and avoidance motivation
Undergraduate