Ladies. Help research at St Luc University Hospital in Brussels into a hair colouring product and earn 100 euros.
We are looking to recruit English-speaking women from both the USA and the UK to help us on a research project on a hair colouring product. You must have used such a product purchased from a retail outlet or applied at your hairdressers in the last twelve months. Ideally, you should have heard of or used Clairol Nice’nEasy brand.
To help us discover the decision-making processes, you will just be asked to look at some publicity for the brand with the aid of the University Hospital’s MRI scanner. This should take only around thirty minutes and will take place on Monday, July 10 between 16.30h and 19.30h.
The MRI scan is a non-evasive technique and will be supervised by medical staff at all times. We are using this scanning technique because consumers’ purchasing behaviour is guided by unconscious decision-making.
We would like to point out that in order to use the scanner certain conditions must be met including being right-handed, having no piercings or facial tattoos, and not wearing glasses although you may wear contact lens.
Interested? Mail firstname.lastname@example.org and include your phone number. We will get back to you quickly.