Development of decision making: Girls, 11-13 yrs old who are right handed

UC Berkeley is conducting an interdisciplinary research study studying the development of decision making in girls. We are looking for typically developing adolescent girls who are 11-13 years old and are right handed.

The project involves a group of researchers at UC Berkeley, UCSF, and Stanford. All studies will be conducted on the UC Berkeley campus. Participants will perform computerized game-like decision making tasks, and some will be invited back to have an fMRI scan.

Families that participate will be compensated for their time ($12-15/hour in visa gift cards).

Don’t miss this opportunity to get your child involved and interested in groundbreaking science!

If you are interested, or want to find out more about the studies, please contact us by phone at (510) 643-9076, or by email at youthdevelopmentstudies@berkeley.edu.

Thank you!

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