Can't Sleep? Men Needed for Study on Sleep and Stress; Earn Up to $400

Volunteers needed for research study on sleep and hormones. 

If you are at least 21 years old and have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, you may be eligible to participate. 

As a participant, you will be asked to wear an actigraphy watch for two weeks and complete daily sleep diaries. You will then spend two full nights in a laboratory located on the U of A campus. During this time, you will complete questionnaires related to sleep and have blood drawn. 

You will receive up to $400 for completing the study. 

For more information, contact us at sleeplab@uark.edu or visit www.uarksleep.com.

Take the survey here to find out if you're eligible.

Contacts

Ivan Vargas, assistant professor
Department of Psychological Science
219-718-1582, ivvargas@uark.edu

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