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The Life-Span Development Laboratory at Northwestern University is conducting a 3- hour study to understand how married couples (age 60-80) feel and talk to each other. We are located on the Evanston campus. If you participate in the study, each of you will receive $75 plus free parking or transportation.
Northwestern University’s Life-Span Development Lab explores pathways towards happy, healthy, and productive development across the life-span with a focus on the role of emotion and motivation.
Currently, it is running a study on emotions in marriages.
The lab is looking for married couples between 60 and 80 years of age to visit our laboratory in Evanston to participate in a study to see how couples experience and regulate emotions.
In this study, spouses will have a couple of conversations with each other and complete some questionnaires. Both spouses would be compensated $75 each for their participation ($150 per couple). The lab will also cover transportation to and from and/or provide free parking.
To learn more or see if you are eligible, please call Northwestern at (847) 467-7404 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.