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Paid Research Opportunities

The following studies are recruiting participants and pay for your time. Read the descriptions and requirements. If you are interested, email the researcher asking to participate. Information on some studies is also posted on bulletin boards in Swift Hall.

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Symbol and Odor Learning Task

6/14/21

The Kahnt Lab at Northwestern University is currently seeking paid volunteers to participate in a study investigating orbitofrontal cortex networks and reward identity learning.

 

The study consists of an odor-rating task in the lab, followed by three days of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) sessions. Each visit will last from 1.5 to 2.5 hours. The days do not need to be consecutive, but the 3rd and 4th day will be scheduled at least one week apart. Participants will be compensated $240 for completing all 4 sessions.

 

If you are interested in participating, please email kahntlab@northwestern.edu or visit our website:

https://www.kahntlab.org/participate 

 

Please contact kahntlab@northwestern.edu with any questions. Thank you!

 

PI: Thorsten Kahnt | IRB #STU00214694

Psychology Symptoms and Life Events in a Community Sample

6/7/2021

Are you 16-24 years of age? You could participate in ADAPT Program’s  research study at Northwestern and receive a $10 gift card for completing a 1-hour survey online. Afterward, you may be invited to participate in a 5 hour in-person research study compensated $100!

Eligible participants meet the following:

  • 16-30 years of age
  • Proficient in English
  • Normal or corrected vision
  • Live in Chicago or Chicago suburbs
  • Willing to attend a virtual follow up meeting, if invited

The virtual meeting with Northwestern can be completed in one or two sessions and includes completing interviews and tasks. The purpose of the study is to understand how social life, thoughts, and culture affect emotional and psychological experiences in adolescents and young adults.
For more information:
Call at 847-467-5907
Visit our website at www.adaptprogram.com/adaptchicago/.
Go to http://www.adaptprogram.com/participate/ to see if you may be eligible.

To see if you may be eligible to complete the 1-hour survey online, see the links below.
If you are 16-17, please click HERE or go to https://weinberg.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5gvCWrCVqR77FCB

If you are 18-30, please click HERE or go to https://weinberg.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a3JUDcwDXtOSMEl


A research team member will contact you to follow up. Please note that if you are a minor, parental approval is needed.
Contact us if you have immediate questions.

Investigator: Vijay A. Mittal, Ph.D
Study Title: Psychology Symptoms and Life Events in a Community Sample
STU00205348

ADAPT Program:
1801 Maple Ave suite 3120
Evanston IL, 60201

300 E Superior St suite 16-713
Chicago IL, 60611

Northwestern Online Paid Research Study on Marijuana Use and Emotions

6/7/21

We are doing an online, non-treatment, and non-medication research study through Northwestern University, examining the relationship between emotions and marijuana use. If you or someone you know uses marijuana regularly and would like to participate in this confidential study, please participate in an online screen to determine if you’re eligible by proceeding to the link below:

https://redcap.nubic.northwestern.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=YWRACHYTN4

Qualified participants will receive monetary compensation up to $154. The study will take place over the course of 3 weeks and requires up to 4 hours of participation via Zoom/the phone.

 

If you are interested in participating, please follow the link above. Any additional questions can be directed to kelly.correa@northwestern.edu.

Principal Investigator: Stewart Shankman, Ph.D.

Study Title: What role does cannabis use have in anxiety?

STU00211516

Teen Stress & Well-Being Survey

5/6/2021

Seeking teens between 12 and 17 years old for a 5-10 minute online survey on stress & well-being. The Teen Stress and Well Being Survey is a short survey to help researchers understand stress & wellbeing in adolescents. Participants will have a 1 in 50 chance to win a $50 gift card. To learn more about the study or to see if you or your child is eligible please email northwestern.tsaw@gmail.com or text/call 773-413-9534  Parental permission is required to participate

PI: Emma Adam & Rick Zinbarg | IRB STU00214747

CAPR Study

5/6/2021

Research participants needed, ages 12-34, located in the U.S.!

 Researchers are looking for people worried about recent changes in their thoughts and perceptions. You may be eligible if experiencing one or more of the following:

  • Unusual thoughts
  • Questioning if things are real or imaginary
  • Suspiciousness or paranoia
  • A sense of having special powers or unrealistic plans for the future
  • Unusual experiences with seeing or hearing things that are not there

 The purpose of this study is to see how unusual thoughts, suspiciousness or paranoia, and unusual experiences with seeing or hearing things that are not really there can be used to predict risk of psychosis through computerized tasks. The study will be conducted online through Northwestern University.

 An initial screening will be done. Then, if the study is found to be a good fit, you will be invited to participate in the main study. Participants will be compensated $30 per hour.

 For more information, please call at 847-467-5907, email at adapt@northwestern.edu, or visit our website at www.adaptprogram.com/adaptchicago/. If you are younger than 18, please have your parent/guardian call.

 If you are interested in participating, you may also complete this brief survey below. If you are under 18 and interested, please have a parent/guardian fill it out.

 https://weinberg.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_78rGMSIORRLvI2N

STU00211351: CAPR

Principal Investigator: Vijay Mittal

Emotion in Friendships

5/6/2021

Zoom Call with Friends!

The Life-Span Development Lab at Northwestern is looking for participants between the ages of 18 - 25 to participate in our study "Emotion in Friendships." This study will examine whether emotions during online friendship interactions are linked to well-being and mental health. Over a 1-hour Zoom call, friend pairs will engage in several discussions about areas of disagreement and agreement in their friendship. They will also complete several questionnaires about their emotions, health, and social experiences. All participants will receive $20 each. If you and a friend are between the ages of 18 and 25, reside in the U.S., both have access to a computer with a camera and stable WIFI, and would like to participate in this study, please e-mail us at haase.lab@gmail.com.

 

Phone: 847-467-7404

Email: Haase.lab@gmail.com

Website: http://haaselab.sesp.northwestern.edu

PI: Claudia Haase, PhD

IRB# STU00213000     

Speech Study

4/30/2021

Participate in a research study from the comfort of home! Researchers at Northwestern are recruiting teens and young adults to participate in a study investigating different speech patterns.

Volunteers may be eligible if they are 16 to 30 years of age, live in the U.S., and are experiencing one or more of the following:


• Unusual thoughts
• Suspiciousness
• Grandiosity (a sense of having special powers or unrealistic plans for the future)
• Changes in sensory experiences (unusual experiences with seeing or hearing things that are not there)

The study will take place online through Zoom at a time that is convenient for you and is compensated $25.00/hour.

If you are interested in participating or more information, please visit our website call 847-467-5907, or email adapt@northwestern.edu. If you are younger than 18, please have your parent/guardian reach out.

Investigators: Matt Goldrick, PhD, and Vijay Mittal, PhD
Study Title: Speech acoustics as a marker of psychosis risk
IRB Study Code: STU00208712

Teens: Mood and Phone Usage

4/12/2021

We are actively recruiting for a study on mood and phone use. Teens age 13-18 who use iPhones or Androids may be eligible. Teens may earn up to $494. Parents of individuals under 18 will also be compensated $25 for their time.

The study will consist of four total sessions – three virtual and one in person. The initial video call and in-person visit will take about 4 hours each. The remaining two video calls will take place approximately 6 and 12 months after the start of the study and will take about 2 hours each. Participation will also involve the use of a study-specific smartphone app throughout the 12-month study period.

Interested teens/parents can email us directly at NUCU@northwestern.edu or complete the contact form at https://sites.northwestern.edu/nearlab/participate/

Principal Investigator: Stewart Shankman, Ph.D.

IRB Study Code: STU00211494

Good at Sleeping? Join our Research Study!

4/12/2021

The Cognitive Neuroscience Lab is recruiting volunteers to participate in sleep research (STU00034353, Ken Paller, Principal Investigator).  Compensation is provided for studies.  You can participate from your home or at our sleep lab on the Evanston campus.   COVID-19 safety measures are strictly enforced.  Pre-screening for all participants and staff is required before every session.  PPE must be worn throughout sessions.  To learn more and sign up, visit www.northwestern.edu/people/kap/apply  

Investigator: Ken Paller

IRB Study Code: STU00034353

Individual Brain Networks Study

1/15/2021

The Gratton Lab is looking for young adults to participate in our study on how brain networks differ between different people. 

Participants in Phase I will be entered into a $50 lottery for completing a 10-15 minute survey. Chances of winning are 1/50.You must be deemed eligible to advance from Phase I to Phase II to Phase III in order to participate in full study. Participants in Phase II will earn $15 and participants in Phase III will earn up to $960 for completion

 You may be eligible to participate if you:

• Are between the ages of 18 and 30
• Have no non-removable metal in your body
• Are a native English speaker
• Are willing to commit to 7 in-person lab visits over 1-2 weeks

 COVID-19 SAFETY POLICIES

• Pre-screening for COVID-19 for all participants and staff is required before every session
• PPE must be worn throughout sessions
• Priority participation will be given for those that are regularly tested

 If interested, contact Gratton.Laboratory@gmail.com or visit https://sites.google.com/view/inetworks/home

 IRB: STU00208793 | Principal Investigator: Caterina Gratton, PhD

 

GAINS STUDY

1/13/2021

Have you experienced worrisome changes in thoughts or feelings?

ADAPT Program is conducting online research to better understand factors related to the development of psychiatric symptoms in adolescents and young adults.

Volunteers may be eligible if they are 12 to 34 years of age and are experiencing one or more of the following:

  •     Unusual thoughts
  •     Suspiciousness
  •      Grandiosity (a sense of having special powers or unrealistic plans for the future)
  •      Changes in sensory experiences (unusual experiences with seeing or hearing things that are      not there)
Participants will be asked to attend 2 or more remote sessions on Zoom to do the following:

          -  Complete interviews and questionnaires about life experiences
          -  Complete tasks that measure attention and memory
          -  Take surveys about emotion for 1 week using your Android or iPhone
          -  Repeat the same procedures 12 months later

 You can receive up to $356 at baseline and up to $421 at 12-month follow up.

 For more information, please call (847) 467-5907, email adapt@northwestern.edu, or please click HERE to complete a brief survey, and our research team will contact you. If are younger than 18, please have your parent/guardian call. 

 Investigator: Vijay Mittal
Study Title: GAINS
IRB Study Code: STU00207962

 

NU STRONG Study from Home

1/6/2021

Participate in the NU STRONG Study from home, and earn $40!

Northwestern’s ATLAS Lab and SONIC Lab are currently recruiting participants for a study on human-A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) teaming that will amount to a total of 4 hours of your time. Participants will complete an online pre-session survey that will take about 1-hour, and a 3-hour virtual study session that will take place on Zoom. You will collaborate with other participants to complete several team activities, and participants will also have the opportunity to interact with an A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) teammate in some team activities!

Participants will receive $40 for completing both the pre-survey and the live virtual session, in the form of an Amazon eGift card!

Registration is open to anyone 18 years of age or older who EITHER: 1) Is enrolled in a 4-year degree seeking program, or 2)Has completed a 4-year college degree.

If you are eligible and interested in participating in this study and/or studies like this one, please complete our Study Interest form at this link: https://​tinyurl.com/STRONGNUinterest.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: atlasnorthwestern@gmail.com

This research is conducted by Professors Leslie DeChurch and Noshir Contractor and was approved by Northwestern University’s IRB STU00212317.

Form and Language

 9/29/20

Greetings,

 I am Richard Ashley, Professor at in the School of Music at Northwestern. I am conducting a research study on listeners' understanding of form in popular music and ask that you consider participating in this study.

 To be a participant, you need to be a currently enrolled NU student, replying from a Northwestern email account, and be over the age of 18.  No musical background is needed.

 The study takes place online—you need to run it on a computer or tablet, not a phone—and will take about 30 minutes. You will be compensated $7 for your participation.

 You will be asked to listen to pop songs and respond to some questions about them,  and to fill out a questionnaire regarding your musical background.

 Please let me know if you are interested in being a subject and thank you for your help. You may contact me a r-ashley@northwestern.edu .  This study has been approved by Northwestern's Institutional Review Board, and is IRB # STU00206349.

Chat Study

2/18/2020

Chat Study

Researchers at Northwestern are looking for young people ages 12-30 worried about recent changes in their thoughts, perceptions, and feelings to participate with their close relative, significant other, or parent in the Chat Study.

You may be eligible if experiencing one or more of the following:

-Unusual thoughts

-Questioning if things are real or imaginary

-Suspiciousness or paranoia

-A sense of having special powers or unrealistic plans for the future

-Unusual experiences with seeing or hearing things that are not there. 

The purpose of this study is to see how such experiences relate to emotional functioning, interactions with parents, and physiological responses to emotional contexts. The study will take place on Northwestern’s Evanston campus in a full day or split into two visits.

An initial screening will compensate participants $75.00 for a 1.5 hour interview.  Then, if the study is found to be a good fit, youth and their parent will be invited to participate in the main study. Based on group, the compensation ranges from $25 per hour to $50 per hour.

For more information please call 847-467-5907, email adapt@northwestern.edu, or visit our website: http://www.adaptprogram.com/adaptchicago/. If you are younger than 18, please have your parent/guardian call. 

Investigators: Claudia Haase, Ph.D and Vijay A. Mittal, Ph.D

Study Title: Emotion in Interaction with Youth and Relatives

IRB Study Code: STU00205542

Auditory Perception

12/10/2019

The Auditory Research Laboratory at Northwestern University is looking for participants for a research study on auditory perception and otoacoustic emissions (sounds that your ears make).

To be eligible for this study, you must be between 6-12 or 18-55 years old.

Participation involves sitting quietly and listening to sounds while we make measurements with a small microphone in your ear canal. You may read a book or watch a silent movie during these measurements. Other tasks will require active participation where you will press a button when you hear a sound.
Sessions typically last up to 3 hours. More than one session may be needed. You will receive $10/hour for participating in the study. You will also receive a hearing exam as part of the study.

We are located on the Evanston campus of Northwestern University. Free parking is available. Transportation cost will be reimbursed.

This study is being conducted by Dr. Sumit Dhar. The study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at Northwestern University (Study #: STU00000295).

Interested? Please e-mail us at nuhearing@gmail.com or call (847) 467-0123 or visit https://bit.ly/33a211h to sign up.


Thank you for your interest!
Auditory Research Laboratory, Northwestern University

Lifestyle Intervention for Better Well-Being!

10/18/2019

Study Title: 

Designing Health Promotion System: Exploring the Role of Digital Dietary Intervention in Promoting Mental Health along with Physical Health

WHO can participate?
You must:
1.   Have access to a smart phone, a Gmail account, and wireless Internet.
2.   Be 20 or older living in the United States who speaks English and is literate in English.

WHAT you need to do?
You will complete sustainable lifestyle challenges delivered to you daily via a mobile application for 20 days by capturing your behaviors using the built-in camera. You will also answer a total of 3 brief surveys (pre- and post- study surveys and a follow-up survey). You may be invited to participate in a 20-minute interview via phone/Skype at the end of the study to share your experience participating in the study.
 
WHERE the research takes place?
You can participate remotely as long as you live in the United States.

Your BENEFITS?
You will earn up to $40 Amazon gift certificates through out the whole study ($ 5 after completing the pre-study survey and installing the app; $ 25 after completing the 20-day challenges and the post-study survey; $ 10 after completing the follow-up survey one month after the 20-day challenges). The gift certificates will be delivered and redeemed online.

 CONTACT:If you are interested or have any questions, please contact Patricia  Kuo at ediet.northwestern@gmail.com.

This research is conducted under the direction of Dr. Michael Horn, School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60208. Study Number: STU00201616

 

Project C3Fire

10/14/2019

Investigators: Dr. Jan Schmutz, Prof. Leslie DeChurch

 

We are seeking new participants for research to investigate action teams, leaders, and multiteam systems (teams of teams) in challenging environments and we need your help! We are recruiting participants for our interactive firefighting simulation called Project C3Fire! First you will complete a 45 minute online survey at your leisure before you come in to the ATLAS Lab to participate in our in-lab team task (2 hours) called Project C3Fire. Check available dates online:

www.bit.ly/projectc3fire

or write an e-mail to

ATLASNorthwestern@gmail.com

 

After half an hour of training on the C3Fire software, you will spend 90 minutes collaborating with seven other participants, managing a firefighting simulation, and answering survey questions. The C3Fire simulation is often used as a training tool for teams from military, NASA and others. You will receive a $30 gift card for the completion of the whole experiment.

 

The lab is located in Room 1-220 in the Frances Searle Building (2240 Campus Drive).

 

It is imperative that, if you commit to our study, you arrive on time because we can only conduct the study if we have a complete team of 8 people. If not all participants show up, the experiment cannot be continued. In this case you will receive a compensation of $15 for the time you spent filling out the online survey. Also, you will be able to reschedule and participate in another in-lab session to receive another $15 gift card.

 

We sincerely hope that you will be able to participate in this study and experience the C3Fire simulation.If you would like to participate, please fill out the form at www.bit.ly/projectc3fire or email the address below as soon as possible with the specific date/time that you would like to sign up for! Space is limited! If you are unable to participate on these dates, we are hosting a few more sessions in the future, so please also email me about additional opportunities to participate.

Eligibility: Registration is open to anyone 18 years of age or older who is enrolled in a degree seeking program or has completed a college degree.

 

Please feel free to forward this to friends that might be interested in participating!

 

Thank you for your consideration,

ATLAS Lab, Northwestern University

ATLASNorthwestern@gmail.com

This research was approved by Northwestern University’s IRB #: STU00210689

Brain wave lie detection

7/9/2019

The Rosenfeld lab is looking for volunteers between the ages of 18-30 for a study on brainwave signs of deception. Participants will complete a computer-based test while brain waves are collected.

This study will take 60 minutes or less. Volunteers will be compensated $10.00 for their participation.

If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, please email Ella at ellaperrault2020@u.northwestern.edu

Dr. J. Peter Rosenfeld | STU#00028354

Game Changers Study

Posted 7/9/2019

The Personality Across Development Lab (PADlab) at Northwestern University is conducting a research study on personality development in adolescence and how that affects decision-making and leadership skills. We are looking for participants between the ages of 13 and 17 for a study that will be completed in our lab on Northwestern's Evanston campus. The study will involve filling out questionnaires about your personality, providing physical measurements, providing saliva samples for hormonal and genetic testing, and completing interactive tasks. The study will take 3.5 hours to complete and participants will receive a $60 Amazon gift card upon completion. 

 If you are interested, please contact us and mention GAME CHANGERS: gamechangersnu@gmail.com OR 847-467-1348.

 Dr. Jennifer L. Tackett - STU# 00203160.​"

Deception Study

Posted 7/9/2019

The Rosenfeld lab is looking for volunteers between the ages of 18-30 for a study on brainwave signs of deception. Participants will complete a computer-based test while brain waves are collected.

This study will take 60 minutes or less. Volunteers will be compensated $10.00 for their participation.

If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, please email Joe at joeolson@u.northwestern.edu

Dr. J. Peter Rosenfeld | STU#00028354

Play a Sound Game!

6/26/19

The Reber Lab at Northwestern is currently seeking paid volunteers to participate in a research study on auditory skill learning. You will be performing simple skill learning tasks, such as listening to sounds and making responses while sitting at a computer.

 

The study will last no more than 1.5 hours. For your time and effort, you will be compensated $15.

 

You must be over 18 years of age to participate and have normal or corrected to normal vision and hearing. If you are interested in participating, please contact reberlab@gmail.com.

Long distance relationships and health

1/22/2019

IRB study number:  STU00207627

NU primary investigator:  Tamara Sher, Ph.D., t-sher@northwestern.edu

 Participants Needed for Online Research Study of Long-Distance Relationships

 The Health and Couples lab, under the direction of Dr. Tamara Sher at The Family Institute at Northwestern, seeks research volunteers: adult couples (age 18+) in long-distance relationship arrangements.  Each member of a participating couple will take an online survey (20-30 minutes) about their relationship experiences and well-being; they will then complete a similar survey 6 months later.  Both members of a couple must agree to participate in order to join the study.

 Participants will be compensated via online gift card credit for completing study activities; a bonus is available to couples in which both individuals complete these activities within one week of each other.  If you decide to participate, your identifying information (e.g., name, e-mail address) will be password-protected and stored separately from survey responses to maintain your confidentiality.  Participation is completely voluntary.

 Those interested in the study can access the screener at the following link:  https://weinberg.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_2mGl4ltDe5g7kxL

or contact the study team by emailing longdistancecouplesproject@gmail.com (preferred) or t-sher@northwestern.edu .

Take a nap in our lab!

11/16/18

We are seeking participants for a research study on electroencephalogram (EEG brainwaves), sleep, and cognition through the Northwestern University Psychology Department.  The study will consist of one session scheduled for 2-4 hours.  You will receive $10 per hour as compensation for your time.  Participants must be between the ages of 18 and 35 who can nap in the afternoon.  If you are interested in participating or for more information, please see http://www.northwestern.edu/people/kap/apply or email Bruce at bruce.caughran@northwestern.edu

IRB Study Code: STU00034353/Principal Investigator: Ken Paller, Ph.D.

Visual Adaptation, Selective Attention, and Shape Coding: An Integrative Investigation of Visual Attention; Understanding the Mechanisms that Control the Dynamics of Perceptual Switches

10/15/2018

The laboratories of Dr. Satoru Suzuki and Dr. Marcia Grabowecky are currently seeking healthy adults to participate in research on perception. Studies take place on the Northwestern University Evanston campus. Participants are compensated $10/hour for volunteering. Note: no transportation or parking costs will be covered.

If you are interested in participating, please contact our laboratory by email for more information: perception.nu@gmail.com

Once you contact the laboratory, you will be informed of studies in progress and their specific requirements (for example, handedness, age range, gender) and procedures. Typically, studies involve responding to images or sounds presented by a computer and last from 1-2 hours. Some studies also require responding to personality or mood questionnaires, or having physiological responses recorded (for example, brain waves or eye movements). The details of the particular study will be provided when you contact the laboratory. If you are interested in volunteering and you qualify to participate in any ongoing studies, an appointment will be scheduled.

IRB #: STU00013229-MODCR0001 Approved by NU IRB for use on or after 6/15/2018 through 6/14/2019

Concealed information detection test

7/6/2018

The Rosenfeld lab is looking for volunteers between the ages of 18-30 for a study on brainwave signs of deception. Participants will complete a computer-based test while brain waves are collected.

This study will take 60 minutes or less. Volunteers will be compensated $10.00 for their participation.

If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, please email Joseph Olson josepholson2022@u.northwestern.edu

Dr. J. Peter Rosenfeld | STU#00028354

Study on Learning

6/29/2018

The Cognition and Language lab is recruiting fluent English speakers (18 and over) to participate in studies concerning the effects of analogy and similarity on learning. Participation may involve reading passages or viewing pictures and providing descriptions or making judgments about them. Tasks are paper-and-pencil-based and/or are presented on a computer.

Studies last up to an hour and participants are compensated with $12 for their time.

If you are interested in participating please contact cognitiveresearch@gmail.com. Thank you.

IRB: STU00074435 | Principal Investigator: Dedre Gentner

Change the Face of Medicine  Join the All of Us Research Program at Northwestern

6/20/2018

Northwestern Medicine is excited to announce our partnership with the All of Us Research Program, from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

The mission of the All of Us Research Program is simple: to speed up health research and medical breakthroughs. To do this, All of Us is asking one million people to share their health data to build the largest health database of its kind. Researchers can use this data to conduct thousands of studies. This may help them find the next big medical breakthrough.

Volunteers Needed

By joining the All of Us Research Program, you can help shape the future of health for generations to come.

Visit joinallofus.org to sign up and to learn more.

What Are the Benefits of Joining?

  • You may learn more about your health than ever before.
  • You may also learn how to use tools like mobile devices, cell phones and tablets, to encourage healthier habits.
  • Help researchers discover how different factors, like environment, lifestyle, and genes, can impact health. This may help develop new medical treatments that are unique to each person.
  • Participants receive a $25 payment for completing all research components.
  • Complimentary parking is also available for your research visit.

Together let’s create a healthier future for all of us. We hope you’ll join us in this historic research effort.

All of Us Research Program

The Precision Medicine Initiative

Northwestern Medicine Galter Pavilion

201 E. Huron St., Suite 12-160

Chicago, Illinois

312-695-6077

joinallofus@nm.org

nm.org/joinallofus


IRB# 20170520 | STU# 00204480

All of Us Research Program | Northwestern Medicine

Cognition and Emotion in Late Life

2/08/2018

The Life-Span Development Lab at Northwestern University's School of Education and Social Policy is looking for participants between the ages of 65 - 80 to participate in our study "Cognition and Emotion in Late Life." 

The study is aimed to investigate links between emotion and mental functioning in late life, with the goal of gaining a better understanding of how we can live happy and healthy lives as we get older. 

The study will last 3 hours and will involve watching film clips and completing brief number and word exercises.

All participants will receive a compensation of $60. 

To learn more and to see if you are eligible, please contact us.

Phone: 847-467-7404 | Secondary Phone: 847-467-3013 Email: ldl@northwestern.edu  | Website: http://haaselab.sesp.northwestern.edu

PI: Dr. Claudia Haase | IRB# STU00205547

Associated Learning

1/24/2018

The Kahnt Lab at Northwestern is currently seeking paid volunteers to participate in a study investigating discrimination and generalization in associative learning.

The study will consist of a behavioral task, fMRI, and TMS. There will be a total of 3 visits: the first being 30 minutes and the second two will be consecutive and lasting up to 2 hours each. Each participant will be compensated $100 for completing all 3 visits.

Please contact rewardlab@gmail.com if interested in participating or call 312-503-4223.

PI: Thorsten Kahnt | IRB#STU00202875

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