Brain, Cognition Lab Needs Volunteers
The Brain and Cognition Lab is recruiting young adults ages 18 to 35 for a study examining the effects of stress on memory.
Participation will involve completing speech, math, memory, vocabulary and puzzle tasks and completing demographic, health, recent stress and personality questionnaires. Participants will also be asked to provide multiple saliva samples and heart rate measures.
Those taking part in the study will receive $25 for their participation.
The study will last approximately two hours and will take place in Morrissey Hall.
- You are a native English speaker.
- You have never been diagnosed with a neurological condition, have never had a head injury resulting in loss of consciousness for over five minutes.
- You have no active psychiatric conditions.
- You are not currently taking corticosteroid-based, psychiatric, neurological or sex hormone medications, are not currently using hormonal birth control.
- You identify your biological sex as male or female.
- You do not consume nicotine products.
- Females must typically experience a regular menstrual cycle and must not be pregnant.
To participate in this study or for more information, contact Robyn Husa at 314-977-4199 or email@example.com.
The study’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) protocol number is #29677.
The study’s protocol was approved on Feb. 5, 2018.
The supervising faculty member is Brenda Kirchhoff, Ph.D.