Research Subjects Needed to Determine Changes in Cognition over Time

Women at least 50 years of age are needed to participate in a paid research project to determine changes in cognition over time. 

Testing will take place in the Exercise Science Research Center on four separate occasions separated by 16 weeks.  Testing days 1 and 4 will take approximately 120 minutes to complete and testing day 2 and 3 will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.  All participants will receive the results of their assessments (body composition) and will receive $100 as compensation for their time after completing all assessments.   

For details, please email Lexie Sebghati ( or call 479-575-6762. 

This project is supervised by Center Director Michelle Gray ( and has been approved by the University of Arkansas Institutional Review Board.


Michelle Gray, associate professor
health, human performance and recreation

Ben S. Pollock, communications
College of Education and Health Professions


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