Paid Research Study for Female Students on Alcohol Intoxication and Social Interaction

If you are a female university student who is a current alcohol drinker between the ages of 21 and 29 years, you may be eligible to participate in a research study on the effects of alcohol intoxication on young adults conducted by the LASAR Lab in the Department fo Psychological Science.

The study will involve a private interview with a researcher, completion of computerized questionnaires, and may involve consuming alcoholic beverages. Participation in the study may take as long as 5-6 hours.  Participants will be compensated at a rate of $10 per hour of participation. The study will be conducted on evenings and weekends to accommodate most schedules.

If you are interested in this study, please contact Alita Mobley ( or call 479-575-3963 with your name, a telephone number you can be reached at, and a time you could speak on the phone for 5-10 minutes to complete the initial pre-screening. 



Alita Mobley, psychology graduate student
Psychological Science


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