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Black American Women and Social Cognition

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Description

African American women are currently underrepresented in psychological research studies. Please help us start to address this problem. UNC's Psychology department is looking for African American women aged 18 to 30 to participate in a research study about how people process social information. The study consists of completing a series of online questionnaires that will take 30 minutes, and one experimental session at UNC's campus that lasts 2 hours. The study pays $35 for completion.


Keywords:

Women's Health


Category:

Behavioral

Qualifications

 


Age
18 - 30 years


Gender
Female


Study Population

Black American women aged 18-30


Investigator

Arundati Nagendra
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Psychology and Neuroscience

For questions, contact:

Arundati Nagendra
cognitionlab@unc.edu

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Recruitment Period End

May 31, 2019

Location

Primary Location
Howell Hall
Howell Hall, Chapel Hill, NC 27514, USA

Study Qualifications

Gender Female

Age Range 18 - 30 years

Participant qualification(s) - Self identifies as African American - Female - Between the ages of 18-30 - No history of severe mental illness (bipolar, schizophrenia, autism) or traumatic brain injury - No first-degree relatives with severe mental illness (bipolar, schizophrenia, autism)

Not eligible if: - Does not self identify as African American - Male - Younger than 18-years-old or older than 30-years-old - History of severe mental illness (bipolar, schizophrenia, autism) or traumatic brain injury - First-degree relatives with severe mental illness (bipolar, schizophrenia, autism) - Taking any current medication that may affect their heart - Any reported heart conditions

Number of Visits

    » 1 In person visit(s)

    1 two-hour experimental session

    » 1 Remote visit(s)

    1 online survey

Participation Period

2.5-3 hours

Compensation

$35 in cash or check upon completion

By clicking I am interested, your contact information will be sent to the researcher/study coordinator for this study. The coordinator will respond by email with additional information on how to proceed.