Technology-Supported Physical Activity: Participants Sought for University-Sponsored Research Study

| June 4, 2014

Are you looking to get active this summer? Would you like to participate in a research study and be compensated for your time?

The Lifespan Wellness Lab at Webster University continues to seek participants for a project examining the potential of technology to support physical activity goals.

Participation Requirements

Participants must be female, Webster University staff, faculty or students who have a current physical activity goal, an active Facebook account, and wouldn’t mind discussing their goals and progress with others. (Note: Participants must also be located in the St. Louis area, as they will need to be able to meet with researchers for a few tasks.)

Participants will receive monetary compensation for completing the study. This study contributes to research efforts aimed at how individuals can better incorporate healthy lifestyles into their daily lives.

This project has been approved by the IRB at Webster University.

If interested, please email lifespanwellnesslab@gmail.com.

Submitted by Eric Goedereis, assistant professor, psychology; and academic director, gerontology

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