University of Tasmania Seeking Participants for Psychology PhD Research
Fri 25 Oct 2019 12:00 pm to Tue 25 Feb 2020 12:00 pm
Do you want to contribute to science?
Researchers at the University of Tasmania are seeking participants for a laboratory study.
We are seeking individuals who use cannabis one or more day a week and have done so for two or more years. Participants must be aged 18-40, right handed, English-speaking, and be relatively healthy with no other illicit substance use or mental or physical health conditions. The lab study is a single session that takes about 2 hours to complete and involves tests of mental skills (e.g., memory), two urine samples, and 20-minutes of non-invasive brain stimulation with a method called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), which is typically well-tolerated and considered safe.
Participants will receive a $30 Coles/Myer gift voucher for kindly volunteering their time.
To find more information about what's involved and to check your eligibility to participate in this study, please complete our online confidential survey at https://redcap.utas.edu.au/surveys/?s=A3L4MXTPN3
If you want to help us out, please ‘like’ and share our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/108870930494535
If you have questions, please contact Student Investigator and PhD Candidate (Psychology) Monica Lovell on [email protected] This study has been approved by the UTAS ethics committee (Ethics reference #H0017713).
Please note: This research has no political agenda and there are no conflicts of interest to disclose.