Paid Sleep Study Participation ($1,080)
CQUniversity’s Appleton Institute is seeking volunteers to participate in a study to look at the effects of simulated shiftwork (day or night shifts) on sleep, cognitive function and the body clock.
We are looking for healthy men and women aged between 28 and 55. Participants must be non-smokers who do not take sleep medication and have not undertaken shiftwork and/or international travel in the last 3 months.
The study will require you to live in our accommodation suite in Adelaide (Greenhill Road) 24h/day for 9 days+nights in a row. You will have your own private bedroom and bathroom and all meals will be provided – all free of charge.
You will be financially compensated $1080 for the inconvenience associated with your participation (TAX FREE – because the payment is an honorarium, not income).
Next study dates are from the 13th – 22nd of April. There are 6 spots available.
There may be other opportunities in upcoming months if you are not available for the April group, so please enquire.
If you are interested in participating, please fill out this form (https://forms.gle/1gthvDZT9awdnCSh8) or contact ().
Postcode: 5034 (Wayville, Adelaide)
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CQU Appleton Institute
Member since: February 2021
The Appleton Institute is one of two flagship research institutes at CQUniversity hosted by the School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences. The Appleton Institute is a multidisciplinary research institute with a focus on health and well-being at work, rest and play.
The Appleton Institute combines excellence in research, teaching and community engagement across a range of basic and applied research areas including behavioural health (sleep, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and nutrition), human factors and operational readiness (occupational health and safety, risk management, complex systems, rostering and shiftwork), and resilience and wellbeing.
We work closely with government, NGOs, industries and communities, partnering on applied projects in the field.