Want to train your brain and earn money while playing computer games?
We are seeking participants for a paid research study! We are testing whether playing certain computer games can improve thinking skills, brain function, and performance at work or school.
You may be eligible to take place in this research study if you are between the ages of 15-30 years old and have had any of the following difficulties:
-Feeling like your mind is playing tricks on you
-Seeing or hearing things others don’t seem to
-Suspiciousness or uneasiness with others
-Feeling you are not in control of your own thoughts or ideas
-Having difficulty telling if your experiences are real or imaginary
-Feeling more anxious, depressed, our out of touch
-Isolating from friends or family and spending a lot of time alone
Participation lasts approximately 12 weeks. You will be asked to come to Rush University Medical Center before and after playing the computer games to complete interviews, assessments of your thinking, and brain scans. For the majority of the study, you will be playing computer games at home, three to five times per week. No computer? No problem! We will lend you a laptop to use during the study if you need one.
Qualified participants can earn over $2,000 for their participation.
If interested, please feel out a short screen at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdz-w38Ysq_S_uvKcHUA7YYY4HDVBbMPzlyyxzQWKn7IEDVtQ/viewform?usp=sf_link.