9th July 2007, 07:59 PM
Yale PAID Gambling Research
DO YOU LIVE IN OR NEAR CONNECTICUT?
DO YOU GAMBLE FREQUENTLY OR ON A REGULAR BASIS?
HAVE YOU GAMBLED FREQUENTLY IN THE PAST?
If so, Yale University School of Medicine would like to invite you to participate in various research studies on gambling.
We are currently seeking people to participate in genetics, brain imaging (MRI), and neuropsychology PAID research. You can earn up to $250.
In addition, for those who would like to control their gambling or to cut down on it, we are investigating the use of medication. You may be eligible for free confidential medication.
For more information, please contact Jen at Yale Research
203-974-7072 or at email@example.com
(HIC# 5841, 14534, 15414, 11937, 0705002703)
9th July 2007, 10:10 PM
I'll Call I have 4 1/2 weeks left for my Vac
Originally Posted by Yale Research
I live in Connecticut
And the best is I bring people to the casinos to spend lots of money.
10th July 2007, 01:39 AM
Are there any wagering requirements on the $250? I kid you
I could do this via personal message but...
- Will the protocal be published prior to commencement of the studies?
- Are any members of the research team, or reviewing faculty, members of a twelve step program?
- Is this study being conducted with federal grants or public research dollars.
- Who is paying for the study? Is a pharmacorp funding it?
- Will it be submitted for peer review and if so, to whom?
Also, you will of course need PET scans to examine a gambler, MRI won't show you what you are looking for. EEG will be required. Biofeedback would prove more helpful than pharmaceuticals (I want the 6 million dollar budget put in my account as a bonus, I just saved you a lot of hard work and frustration)
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