Last Updated: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Principal Investigator: Bruce Compas, Ph.D.
The Measurement of Coping with Stress Study aims to better understand how kids cope with stress in the family. Kids will complete two computer tasks while completing a Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) scan (a non-invasive imaging technique that requires children to wear a cap while completing the computer tasks), and parents will complete surveys.
What is involved?
Interested families can fill out a survey online with your contact information and someone from the study team will contact you to schedule your appointment.
We will send you a link to online surveys that you can complete before or during your appointment. The visit will take 2-2.5 hours to complete, and there is compensation for your participation.
We will compensate you for completing the surveys and in-person appointment.
The parent and child between ages 9-15 will be asked to complete online surveys and come to our offices for a one-time visit that lasts approximately 2-2.5 hours.
If you think this study will be a good fit for you and your family you can take our survey: click here
Families with at least one child between the ages of 9 and 15 are eligible.
A one-time visit that lasts approximately 2-2.5 hours.
Alex Bettis, M.S.
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