Here’s a great opportunity to learn about how technology affects the teenage brain. If you’d like to participate in a fascinating neuroscience study at UCSF, read on! You can also download the flier below.
Dr. Adam Gazzaley of the Center for Integrative Neuroscience and Dr. Elysa Marco of the UCSF Medical Center are recruiting boys and girls between the ages of 7-17 years old without any clinical diagnosis to participate in a non-invasive study of attention and distraction. Interested parents can call or email the Gazzaley lab at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-502-7322. If selected to articipate, subjects can participate in an IQ test, cognitive and behavioral assessments, iPad assessments, and an EEG brain scan while playing a specially designed computer video game.
Compensation of $15/hour will be provided to kids for all study participation time. Please contact if you are interested in having your child participate or in getting more information about the study.