The purpose of this study is to examine executive functioning skills, like how well people can match pictures of foods to the right taste or shape.
Non-smoking adults aged 18-45.
After reading and signing consent forms, you will complete a 15 minute eligibility session in our lab, which confirms your liking of study foods. If you are experiencing an illness, such as an upper respiratory illness, your appointment will be rescheduled. If you are determined to still be eligible you will complete questionnaires and laboratory tasks (e.g. eating small portions of the study foods), in addition to playing memory training games on the computer. If you are eligible you will receive monetary compensation for coming to the session, up to $25 dollars in cash.
WHAT IS THIS SURVEY I WILL POTENTIALLY TAKE RIGHT NOW?
To assess eligibility for the Match and Munch Study, we will need to ask some questions, including medical history information, about you and record this into a private database maintained by the Behavioral Medicine lab. This information includes contact information, willingness to participate in future studies and any eligibility criteria asked today. This information will be kept in the database, with your consent, to help recruitment for future studies.
Your participation in this study is voluntary and you may stop your participation at any time. Information related to you will be treated in strict confidence to the extent provided by law.