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Reducing social anxiety: participants wanted for research study

UCL | 26.11.2015

Participants needed! A study investigating the effect of a computerised intervention (CBM-I) on reducing social anxiety on people who stutter.

UCLThis study has ethical permission by University College London. The experiment will last for 4 weeks. Participants will complete a few questionnaires via email in weeks 1 and 2, and only need to come to UCL in weeks 3 and 4, two times per week. For each session, participants will complete a 20-minute computerised task. It will be carried out at the cubicles in UCL Bedford Way building. Participant will be paid £7 to cover the travel cost each time participant comes to UCL.

Participants must meet two criteria:

(1) aged between 18 and 40 years; and

(2) met the diagnosis of persistent developmental stuttering in which stuttering behaviours have not resolved either spontaneously nor through speech and language therapy.

If you are interested, please email us at uclcbmtesting@gmail.com