Participants Needed for Study That Could Help 'Emotional Eating'
Do you eat when you are feeling stressed, sad or bored? Do you find yourself eating when you aren’t hungry? Researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences’ Laboratory for Innovations in Health-Related Behavior Change are recruiting people for a new study designed to help participants reduce emotional eating.
The study includes a three-hour treatment workshop on Drexel’s University City campus, and questionnaires completed over a one-month follow-up period. Participants must be 18 years, and will be paid up to $80 for their participation. This study is recruiting until mid-September.
If you think you might qualify or are interested in learning more about the study, call 215.553.7100 or email EmotionalEatingStudy@drexel.edu.