Research Study Development of a Comprehensive and Dynamic AA Process Model: One Day at a Time
We are recruiting up to 190 people to participate in a study examining people's early and daily experiences in AA. If you are interested in determining if you are eligible for this study, please complete the brief survey below. We will be asking for your first name, and if you are a good match for this study, we will ask for your contact information to discuss whether you would like to participate in the study. Please note that if you are deemed eligible and you decide to participate we will need to administer a breathalyzer test at Center on Alcoholism, Substance Abuse, and Addictions at the University of New Mexico to ensure that you are capable of providing informed consent to be in this study.
Eligible study participants will receive monetary compensation for participation. Please note that there is no compensation for completing the brief on-line survey. To talk with staff directly about the study, you may call 505-510-2640.
Project Raptor: Examining the Interplay between Resting Oscillations, Novelty Processing, and Attention in PTSD
Pilar Sanjuan, PhD, PTSD Research
Purpose of Study: The purpose of this study is to examine attention and memory in individuals with and without PTSD.
Protocol Summary: Participants will complete 2 visits. The study uses non-invasive and harmless techniques, MEG (Magnetoencephalography), MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and neurocognitive and behavioral assessments. Participants will be compensated for their time.
Basic Eligibility Criteria: We are looking for service members (veterans deployed within the last 10 years or Active Duty) of the U.S. Military between the ages of 18-50. You do not need to have PTSD.
We are looking for volunteers to participate in a research study who want to change their drinking with a non-medication based treatment. You will be paid up to $440 for up to 32 hours of your time. Call ABQ TREAT at 505-633-8861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.