Participate in a Study About Anxiety and Personality and Earn $20

Researchers at the U of A are currently running a research study about anxiety and personality. If you are interested in learning more, email Morgan Hill with the UA Petal Lab at petalstudy29@gmail.com.  

If you are not currently taking anti-anxiety medication and do not have a serious medical condition (e.g., asthma), you may be eligible to participate. If you are eligible, you could earn up to $20! 

Email mad005@uark.edu to schedule a brief telephone contact and virtual screening. If eligible, you will attend a two-hour session at the U of A and earn $20. We adhere to COVID-19 safety policies and procedures. 

For more information, contact Morgan Hill with the UA Petal Lab at petalstudy29@gmail.com

 

Contacts

Morgan Hill, graduate assistant
Department of Psychological Science
479-575-3523, mad005@uark.edu

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