School of Psychology - University of Leeds
We are looking for volunteers to take part in a study investigating the impact of health behaviours on mood in women.
FEMALE volunteers aged 30-55 years NEEDED for study.
The Human Appetite Research Unit (within the School of Psychology) is looking for volunteers to take part in a study investigating the impact of health behaviours on mood in women.
To take part you must be:
- Female and aged between 30-55 years
- In good general health with a body mass index between 18.5-24.9 kg/m2
By taking part in this study, you will be able to get free access to:
- Health assessment
- Precise measurements of you body composition and metabolism
- Free breakfast and lunch
The study involves attending the Human Appetite Research Unit for:
- 1x Screening visit: meet the staff and have an overview of the study (30 minutes).
- 1x Measures week: wear 2 activity monitors to provide data of your physical activity and sedentary behaviours over a 7-day period and complete a food diary.
- 1x Measures day: we will take measures of your blood pressure, heart rate, metabolism and body composition and you will be required to complete questionnaires about yourself.
You will also be given breakfast and lunch (5 hours: you will be able to leave the laboratory for 2.5 hours between measurements).
If you are interested in taking part, please complete this brief online screening questionnaire and a researcher will contact you shortly.
If you would like to find out more information please contact our research team:
- Dominic OConnor (MRes student)
- Pauline Oustric (PhD student)
- Nuno Martins (PhD student)
E-mail: email@example.com Tel: 0113 343 5753
This study has been approved by the School of Psychology Research Ethics Committee (Ethics Reference: PSC-551, date 12/12/2018). Principal Investigator: Dr Graham Finlayson (firstname.lastname@example.org; 0113 3437601).
- Contact: Nuno Martins - email@example.com
- Ethical approval reference number: Ethics Reference: PSC-551, date: 12/12/2018
- Closing date for participants: 30 December 2019