Behavioral Studies of Memory, Attention and Perception
Cigarette Smokers Wanted for Research Study Examining the Effects of Nicotine on Attention, Memory, and Perception
Sponsor: Columbia University Department of Psychology
Enrolling: Male and Female Patients
Study Length: 2 Weeks
Clinic Visits: 4
IRB Number: AAAR5184
Contact: Hannah Tarder-Stoll: 929-319-9257 / hrt2116@columbia.edu
Additional Study Information: This is a four-session study in which we will be recruiting existing cigarette smokers to explore the competitive dynamics between memory encoding and memory retrieval. To participate, you will first go through a phone screening to determine eligibility and learn about the study. Then you will be asked to visit our facility at the Morningside Campus of Columbia University, where you will complete short questionnaires and take part in a computer-based task. Participants will complete two sessions four hours apart from each other, and return one week later to complete another two sessions four hours apart from each other. (Two of the sessions will take approximately 1.5 hours and the other two will be approximately 30 minutes in duration.) In one session participants will smoke a cigarette, in another, they will abstain from smoking. You will be compensated $15/hour for participation.
Investigator
Mariam Aly, PhD
Do You Qualify?
Are you a cigarette smoker? Yes No
Will you be able to refrain from smoking in the morning before 2 study visits? Yes No
Are you between the ages of 18 and 40? Yes No
Do you use vape products or e-cigarettes instead of cigarettes? Yes No
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For more information, please contact:
Hannah Tarder-Stoll
hrt2116@columbia.edu
929-319-9257