Who: We are seeking men ages 25-64 and women ages 35-64 to participate in this Department of Psychology study.
What: You will participate in a 2-week study that involves wearing a new device called the Bite Counter on your wrist and reporting your daily meals to researchers.
Where: You will meet with the researchers at Clemson University three times. Otherwise, you can complete the study from home, work, or other locations!
Why: You will receive up to $50, a data summary from the device, and your meal records.
How: Contact Jenna Scisco by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 864-656-1144 to sign up for the study.
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