Researchers at the University of Arizona are recruiting adult men living with the Fragile X premutation for an online study on language, executive function, and quality of life.

About the Study

Who can participate?

Males living with the FMR1 premutation between the ages of 30-65, whose primary language is English, may be eligible to participate.

What will happen in the study?

If the individual qualifies and decides to be in this research study, they will complete 1-2 hours of online tasks.

The following is a list of some of the tasks that will happen during the study:

  • Language assessments
  • Cognitive testing
  • Standardized tests
  • Questionnaires

What are the good things that can happen from this research?

The will be no immediate benefits to participating in this research.  However, your participation my benefit other people in the future by helping us learn more about how language is affected among people living with the FMR1 premutation.

Participants will be compensated for their time.

What are the bad things that can happen from this research?

A potential risk of participation includes the potential for a breach of confidentiality, although the study involves protections to minimize such risks.  In addition, participants may become embarrassed or anxious when they are asked study questions or are completing study tasks.

There may be other risks that we do not know about yet.

Will I be paid to complete this study?

Participants receive $50 for their participation in the study.

Interested in Participating?

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