The Affective and Biological Underpinnings of Anxiety and Substance Abuse (ABUSA) research lab seeks to identify underlying vulnerabilities that place individuals at risk for co-occurring anxiety pathology and substance use disorders, and/or may serve to maintain associated dysfunction.
To do this, we need help from volunteers. Volunteers are typically paid for their time, and can experience interesting technologies used in our research such as physiology monitoring equipment. Your participation will help us ultimately promote better treatments for addiction.
Each study has a different time commitment and compensation. Find a study that you might be interested in participating in.