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Dr. Erin Berenz at The University of Illinois at Chicago is conducting a research study involving university students ages 18-25. The purpose of this research is to better understand the relationship between stressful life events and alcohol use in young adults. This study involves two visits to our research space.


You may be eligible if you:
1. Are a university student between the ages of 18-25
2. Have experienced or witnessed one or more stressful life events
3. Use alcohol regularly


Eligible participants will receive monetary compensation.


For more information on this study, call or email KC Paltell at the Chicago Alcohol and Trauma Lab:
(P): 312-355-5158
(E): kpaltell@uic.edu

Or Visit: https://chatlab.wixsite.com/uichicago for more information

Principal Investigator: Dr. Erin Berenz, UIC Psychology Department, Behavioral Sciences Building, UIC IRB Protocol #2017-0775

Chicago Alcohol and Trauma Lab (Genetic and Environmental Predictors of Alcohol and Trauma Cue Reactivity) v1--01.25.18
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