Participate in Research Studies

Department of Psychology Research Studies


NEW Study on Cognition and Emotions Using Naturalistic Assessment


Study on the Aging Brain and Memory


Study of Brain and Language


Study for Dementia Caregivers

Are you caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia? Caregivers are sought for an online study, conducted by the Grief, Loss and Social Stress (GLASS) laboratory at the University of Arizona. For participation, please go to the website: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_00x44x0GVGVAW21 or email jiahyoo [at] email [dot] arizona [dot] edu

. Thank you for your support!

Couples Research Study

The Child Cognition Lab studies language learning and memory formation in infants and young children as young as 6-months of age up to 6-years of age. Learn about the current studies and how you can participate here: https://psychology.arizona.edu/child-cognition-studies


The Tweety Language Development Lab 

The Tweety Language Development lab is looking for participants between the ages of 6 months – 2 years for our new Zoom studies! If you think you and your child(ren) might be interested in participating in one of our studies, we'd love to (virtually) have you! Psychology research credit available. 

To make an appointment, or if you have any questions, please send us an email at tweetylanguagedevelopmentlab [at] gmail [dot] com (). You can also find us on the internet at https://tweety.lab.arizona.edu/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tweetylab/.
 

Department of Psychiatry Research Studies

Awareness Training Study

The SCAN Lab is conducting a study at the University of Arizona to understand the effects of internal and external awareness training on psychological health and emotional functioning.

Are you eligible?
  • Ages 18-40
  • English as primary language
If you would like more information about the study or to find out if you’re eligible, please fill out the interest form at bit.ly/aware_study or call us at (520) 428-4142. 

Light Exposure Study: Bright Light Therapy for Treatment of Sleep Problems Following Mild TBI

The SCAN Lab is conducting a study at the University of Arizona to observe how a six-week course of light exposure influences the brain and sleep pattern in people who have had a recent brain injury or “concussion.” 

Are you Eligible?
  • Ages 18-50
  • History of a head injury in the past 18 months
  • English as primary language 
  • No metal objects in body 
Contact: 520-214-6626, UASCANlab [at] psychiatry [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Light%20Therapy%20Study) or Brittany Forbeck: bforbeck [at] psychiatry [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Light%20Therapy%20Study)

Concussion Study: A Model for Predicting Cognitive and Emotional Health From Structural and Functional Neurocircuitry Following Traumatic Brain Injury. 

The SCAN Lab is conducting a study at the University of Arizona to understand the cognitive and psychological health of people who have experienced brain injury or “concussion.” 
Are you eligible?
  • Ages 18-45
  • History of a head injury in the past 12 months
  • English as primary language 
  • No metal objects in body 

Contact: 520-300-9040, UASCANlab [at] psychiatry [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Concussion%20Study) or Brittany Forbeck: bforbeck [at] psychiatry [dot] arizona [dot] edu (subject: Concussion%20Study)


Traumatic Stress Study

The SCAN Lab is conducting a study at the University of Arizona to observe how a six-week course of morning light exposure influences emotions, cognition, and sleep in people who have experienced stress in response to a traumatic event.

Are you eligible?
  • Ages 18-50
  • Experienced traumatic stress or diagnosed with PTSD in the past 10 years
  • Right-handed
  • English as a primary language
  • No metal objects in body

If you would like more information about the study or to find out if you’re eligible, please visit UASCANLab.com and click on the “Traumatic Stress Study” link, or give us a call at (520) 428-5141.