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Cerebral Lateralization

Multiple Sclerosis and Perception - Online Survey

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Cerebral Lateralization

The Cerebral Lateralization Laboratory at Montclair State University is conducting an online research survey.  


We are interested in learning about perception in adults who have been clinically diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. 


The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. Some people who complete this survey may be invited to complete another survey. If you are invited to complete another survey, you will receive additional information.


If you are an adult interested in learning more, or in participating in the survey, have been clinically diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, please click on or paste the link below into your browser. 




Thank you.

Ruth E. Propper, Ph.D.

Director, Cerebral Lateralization Laboratory

Montclair State University

Montclair, NJ

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