Young People Age 14-18 Wanted for KU Med Center Study

WHAT| Are you between 14 and 18? Do you have a child between 14 and 18? 
 
University of Kansas researchers are conducting a study about how young people's brains respond to advertising images. 
Phase 1: You will answer two short surveys and go through a brain imaging scan (fMRI) while seeing advertising images and messaging. fMRI does not use radiation and is approved by the FDA.
Phase 2: You will have a one-week follow-up via phone or an online survey.
You will be compensated $115 (Phase 1: $80 and Phase 2: $35) for being in the study. 
The KUMC Human Research Protection Program has approved this study. 
DURATION| The study will take about 2.5 hours. This is a two-phase study.  You will receive $115 for 2.5 hours of your time.
WHEN| The study will take place between March to July 2018.  
WHERE| Hoglund Brain Imaging Center, KU Medical Center‪‬, Kansas City, Kansas ‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
WHO| Youth age 14-18
INTERESTED?| Call (913) 588-0173 or text (913) 730-6463. Email us at MINDlab@kumc.edu.
 
If you are a parent of a child between 14-18, you can fill out the screener for your child. You can call, text or email us too.
If you are between 14-18 and want to fill out the screener on your own, your parent will need to call (913) 588-0173 and give permission for you to complete the screener.
If you are 18, contact us directly or fill out the online screener. 
 
** Note: Final eligibility is at the discretion of the researchers ** 
 
This study involves 2 phases:
 
Phase 1: You will answer two short surveys and go through a brain imaging scan (fMRI) while seeing advertising images and messaging. fMRI does not use radiation and is approved by the FDA.
Phase 2: You will have a one-week follow-up via phone or an online survey.
 

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility? 
Be a non-smoker in the age range of 14-18.  
Be right handed. 
Also, to protect you, you: 
Must not be claustrophobic (fear of feeling trapped in a small space). 
Must not have suffered from a brain injury (concussion, loss of consciousness...). 
Must not have been diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder (schizophrenia, depression, ADD...). 
Must not have a history of seizures. 
Fillings and permanent retainers are OK. 
 

Principal Investigator

Laura Martin, PhD

Study Contact

Morgan Brucks, MINDlab@kumc.edu, (913) 588-0173

Estimated Completion Date

Saturday, June 30, 2018
04/26/2018