The University of Arkansas recently announced a new study that will look at alcohol use and intoxication in adults between the ages of 21 and 29.
team composed of members from university's departments of
Psychological Science, Human Environmental Sciences, and Health,
Human Performance and Recreation will conduct the study, which will
include a computerized questionnaire, an interview and possibly the
consumption of alcohol.
Participants will be
paid $15 per hour. Those chosen for the study might need to commit to
a seven-hour stay. To accommodate varying schedules, the study might
include evening and weekend hours.
A brief telephone
screening is required to determine eligibility. To be consider, call
Alex Melkonian or Kyle Jackson at 479-575-3963.
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