Regents University School of Psychology and Psychotherapy
Call for men to participate in confidential research study
What’s the research about?
This study seeks to investigate the possible relationship between attitudes towards diet and exercise and attitudes towards seeking professional psychological help (e.g. therapy).
Who can take part?
Ethics: The Research Ethics Committee has granted approval.
How long will it take? Typically, 10-15 minutes
When can I do it? Now
Where can I do it? Follow the hotlink:
Please email Will Clift on email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in this study. We guarantee that your responses will be strictly anonymous and confidential, and that no further correspondence will be sent to your email address.
Dr Amy Harrison, MPsy, PhD, DClin Psy, CPsychol
Will Clift, MA
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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