Earn $85 by Participating in a Paid CBD Research Study

The PETAL lab at the University of Arkansas is currently running a paid research study.

The study involves a virtual screening session that should last 30 minutes and a one-time visit at the U of A that should last about 3.5 hours. If you are eligible you can earn $85 by participating in the study! Participation includes questionnaires, watching a documentary, an air breathing task and ingesting either a placebo or CBD capsule (which is a non-intoxicating molecule from the cannabis plant). If you are between the ages of 18-55 years old and are not currently breast feeding or pregnant, are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication, and have not consumed CBD or THC within 30 days from when you first contact our lab you may be eligible to participate.

For more information, please send an email to trbynion@uark.edu.

Contacts

Teah-Marie Rachelle Bynion, research coordinator
Department of Psychological Science
479-575-3523, trbynion@uark.edu

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