Research on Eating Disorders and Suicidality (REDS) Laboratory at Miami University
We are a Miami University research team that studies how motivations or urges influence behaviors. This study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board (IRB) at Miami University (approval # 00903r).
We are interested in recruiting people who use this website to participate in our research study. This study will be completed online and participation is completely voluntary. Participation will take approximately 20-30 minutes. People who are interested and eligible to participate will be compensated $3, in a gift card to Amazon.com.
A few important things to know about the study are:
During the study, you will be asked to think about motivations for behaviors and complete several questionnaires, along with a writing task.
All information collected will be kept completely confidential.
Participation is completely voluntary.
The link we provide will send you to a website telling you about the study. Once on that site, you can decide whether or not you want to participate.
If you start to participate and decide you no longer feel comfortable or you are no longer interested, you can end it without any penalty or punishment.
We will provide links to treatment resources at the end of the study.
This study will include only participants who are 18 years and older.
If you are interested in participating in this study, please click on the link provided below. There, you will read more about what your participation involves, and you will read and complete an informed consent form prior to beginning participation in the study.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact email@example.com
Researchers at Drexel University and the University of Pennsylvania are seeking women engaging in eating disordered behaviors for a study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Women age 18 or older who have an eating problem that involves being too thin, binge eating, or both may be eligible for one of the studies. These studies examine the biological, behavioral, and neurological factors contributing to eating problems.
Eligible participants will visit University City, Philadelphia, PA four to five times over six months. Participation involves clinical interviews, completing questionnaires, and a blood draw. Depending on which study you participate in, you may also complete daily symptom recordings, a body scan, an fMRI scan, or an assessment of resting metabolic rate.
Compensation will be provided for attending study visits.
Please call 215-553-7171 or e-mail DUeatingdisorders@drexel.edu
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