Older Adults Invited to be part of UCLA Research Study

The UCLA Psychology Department is seeking healthy older adults, ages 65-80, to be part of a non-invasive fMRI study on neural mechanisms of memory.The study will typically last for about 4 hours, with up to 2 hours in the MRI scanner. Qualified participants will receive reimbursement for time, parking and travel. You can also get a picture of your brain if you would like.

Qualifications: Right-handed, native English speaker with no current neurological or psychiatric disorders, no history of brain damage, and no non-removable, magnetresponsive metal in or on your body.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Michael Cohen, lead researcher, at mcohen1@ucla.edu, or Saskia Giebl, studycoordinator, at (818) 357-9786 or sgiebl@psych.ucla.edu

UCLA IRB#: 11-002443


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