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Research / Discovery

Families of 10- to 14-year-old children needed for study

May 1, 2013

Researchers in the department of Human Development and Families Studies are examining the importance of family relationships for the health of early adolescents.

Are you married and/or living with a romantic partner? Do you have a child between 10 and 14 years of age?

If so, you are eligible to participate in a study being conducted by researchers in the department of Human Development and Families Studies examining the importance of family relationships for the health of early adolescents.

If you and your family participate, you can earn up to $80.

For more information, call (970) 491-5129, email chhs-hdfs_Family_lab@mail.colostate.edu, or visit frdl.colostate.edu.

Please call or email with any questions – we really want to learn about families just like yours!

Primary investigator: Dr. Rachel Lucas-Thompson; study title: Family Relationships in Early Adolescence. This study has been approved by the CSU Institutional Review Board (Protocol 13-4095H).   
 


Contact: Family Relationships and Development Lab
E-mail: chhs-hdfs_Family_lab@mail.colostate.edu
Phone: 491-5129