Individuals Aged 18-59 Needed for Ageism Research Study

The Human Performance Lab is seeking adults aged 18-59 to participate in a research study examining perspectives on aging across decades.

Participation will include two one-hour sessions at the Exercise Science Research Center on the U of A campus (located within the HPER building; HPER 321). During these sessions, you will complete a series of questionnaires and perform some functional fitness assessments with and without wearing an aging suit.

If you are interested in participating in this study, or would like more information, please visit OR contact Ashley Binns via e-mail or phone (e-mail:, phone: 210-216-3719).



Kelly Allen, student
Health, Human Performance and Recreation

Ashley Binns,
Health, Human Performance and Recreation

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