Smartring Feedback Study for OCD
Are you interested in providing feedback on an innovative and novel smart-ring device to see how it detects behaviors that often occur in the context of OCD?
If yes, would you like to participate in a brief study at the University of Utah that involves:
* Completing an online feedback interview session with a study staff member about
how feasible or useful such a device will be, from your perspective?
* Providing your thoughts on the most useful features we should consider for this device as we design it?
The study entails a total time commitment of just 1 hour consisting of a very brief
semi-structured interview to determine eligibility followed by a feedback session
(all on Zoom) where you chat with a study staff member and complete a few brief scales
about the device. You will be compensated $10 just for being screened
(even if not eligible), and if eligible, you can be compensated a total of $40 for your time!
Interested individuals can reach out to set up an appointment to determine eligibility (and to complete the feedback session if eligible) with a staff member at the Treatment Mechanisms, Community Empowerment, and Technology Innovations (TCT) Lab at the University of Utah – email us at empowerlabU@gmail.com and we will schedule a time with you right away!