George Mason University is looking for parents and their 12-14 year olds to participate in our fMRI study about the family and teen brain development. Families will be PAID up to $1,170 over 3 years to participate. We are following COVID safety procedures including masks and social distancing. For more information, contact Lance at (571) 281-8849 or at GMUpts@gmail.com. All information is held confidential. If you are interested in participating, please visit yel.gmu.edu/parent-teen-study
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way everyone across the globe is living. In addition to physical health concerns, people are experiencing a range of psychological and interpersonal challenges. The Anxiety, Stress, and Relationships Lab at George Mason University is conducting an online survey to learn more about these challenges, and what types of approaches are helping people cope. If you might have 30 minutes to 1 hour (doesn’t have to be all at once!), you can take the “Coping During COVID-19” study here. Also, please share this with your networks – the more people we hear from, the better the information we will have. Thank you and stay healthy!
We are looking for parents of 12-14 year olds who are feeling stressed and their teens for a George Mason study of a mindfulness program to reduce parent stress.
Parents will receive a free 8-week mindfulness or parent education class.
Families will be paid up to $900 for two 3-hour study sessions plus three 2-hour follow-up sessions over two years. Study sessions involve surveys, interviews, and tasks.