Do You Smoke Cigarettes? Earn up to $120 Amazon Gift Card

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Are you over the age of 21? Do you smoke at least five cigarettes a day? Researches at the university are conducting a study on adult daily smokers. If you are over the age of 21 and you smoke, you may be eligible to participate in a study that examines smoking behavior in daily life. As a participant in this study, you will be asked to download an app to your iPhone or Android smart phone and answer questions for one week as you go about your life

Please note that this is not a treatment study; we will not be providing smoking cessation services as a part of this research. Your time is important to us, and you will be compensated up to a $120 gift-card for a one-week study. You will receive $20 for an online portion and up to $100 for answering questions on your cell phone for one week.

If you are interested in participating, please complete this survey.

For information, contact the Mechanisms of Cognition and Attention (MoCA) Lab at



Stephanie Kane, graduate student
Department of Psychological Science


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