Stanford University research group is conducting a teen health study that is investigating factors that predict healthy adolescent development and eating behaviors. The results of the study will be used to inform future eating disorder prevention programs.
To participate in the study, you must be:
- The parent of a daughter 13 – 15 years old OR
- You are a 13 – 15 years old girl.
- Each parent can receive $15 for completion of a short interview.
- Adolescents can receive up to $225 for completing seven assessments including interviews, computer tasks, surveys, and one fMRI brain scan.
Stanford research group is seeking participants to join the teen health study investigating risk factor of anorexia and bulimia. It plan to use the result of the study to inform future eating disorder prevention and treatment programs. It is looking for families with parents with a history of or current anorexia or bulimia and healthy 13 – 15 year old daughters to join the research program. It is also looking for families with parents who Don’t have a history of eating disorder. The adolescents will be eligible to earn up to $225 for completing 7 visits over the course of 5 years and parents will be eligible to receive $15 for completing a short questionnaire.
Phone: (650) 549-4829
Participant rights: 1-866-680-2906