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Testable Minds is the platform used by researchers from the world's leading universities to recruit participants for their psychological and behavioral experiments. You now have the opportunity to contribute to our quest to understand how the mind works and make some money on the way.

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Testable Minds is a community of people with a genuine interest in helping science. Your participation in studies is paid, but this is not a labour market or just another money-making website. To enforce that, we limit individual participations and earnings to $50 per month.

Example studies


Wanted: Native speaker. Age from 18 - 60. No cognitive disorder.

100/100 minds tested

In this short study, you will be asked to rate the perceived gender of audio files. The total time for this study should... more

25/25 minds tested
Making conceptual "families" by card-sorting

About vacations You must complete all 4 parts. When asked, enter item-set code xxa59 and leave password space blank as... more

60/60 minds tested
Verified Minds

Watch short animations and answer multiple-choice questions about their contents. We are interested to find out how peop... more

25/25 minds tested

The purpose of this study is to test consumer behaviour when ordering a coffee, something you are hopefully familiar wit... more

50/50 minds tested
Verified Minds
Tests of language, perception and personality

A mixture of brief computerised tests of language and perception, together with questionnaires about personality and sen... more

50/50 minds tested

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