Researchers looking for smokers aged 18-65
Research Study Details
Examining the influence of incentives on inhibitory control in late adolescent and adult smokers
The Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience and Addiction (DCNA) Research Laboratory at Penn State University is currently recruiting daily cigarette smokers to participate in a brain imaging research study. Eligible participants will be compensated up to $220 for their participation
On contacting the DCNA lab, participants will undergo a short, 5 minute telephone screening to ensure eligibility for the study. The first session is a 2 hour screening session in which participants fill out surveys. The next two sessions also last approximately 2 hours and involve completing a number of computer tasks. The final two sessions take place in the MRI scanner and also last approximately 2 hours. All sessions take place in Chandlee Building at the University Park campus.
Study Dates, Times and Location
Study Available by Appointment?: Yes
Location: Chandlee Building, University Park Campus, Penn State
Approximate Participant Study Length: 10 Hours
Scheduling is flexible. All 5 sessions last approximately 2 hours and we can work around your schedule.
Compensation: up to $220Go to the Research Study Website
Prof. Charles Geier
This study has been approved by a Penn State Institutional Review Board (IRB). IRB Approval Number 39014