Research Study on The Genetic Bases of Cognition

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Research Study on The Genetic Bases of Cognition

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Volunteers Needed
for a Research Study on
 
The Genetic Bases of Cognition

This study is run by investigators in the UCLA Department of Psychiatry at the Semel Institute. The goal of our research is to identify genes involved in memory and impulse control behaviors in healthy people in order to better understand how to improve diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses involving deficits in these behaviors. Participation involves filling out several questionnaires and taking computer tests done from anywhere you access the Internet!!. It involves about 75 minutes of testing in total. Participation gives you chances to win an amazon.com gift-card. You must be between the ages of 21-50 and either Hispanic or Caucasian to participate at this time.
 
Interested?
 
For more information, please see visit our Website: http://www.braintest.org
                      Or contact: Dr. Fred Sabb at fsabb@ucla.edu - (310) 844 6458