StudyLong-term benefits of dog ownership in childhood: Effects on stress and social behavior
Principal InvestigatorKristen Jacobson, PhD
DescriptionDr. Kristen Jacobson at The University of Chicago is conducting a research study exploring how childhood experiences with people and animals affect behavior and physiology. As part of the study, you will be asked to interact with a certified therapy dog. You will be paid up to $10 per hour for this study, which requires you to make 2 visits to the University of Chicago Medical Center. Each visit will take approximately 2.5 hours. We will reimburse you for travel to the University.
Compensation$10 an hour, over the course of the study.
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