Projects in Recruitment
If you are interested in participating in a research study, please contact us at 573-882-1813.
The iTAP Study: Insomnia Treatment And Problems
We are recruiting 52 men and women between the ages of 18 and 30y who have insomnia and drink alcohol to participate in an insomnia treatment study. Individuals will receive a complimentary drug-free intervention and will be compensated for their participation. All appointments take place on MU’s campus.
Funded by the University of Missouri Research Board.
iTAP for Veterans
This is an extension of the iTAP study, investigating the impact of insomnia treatment among returning Veterans who drink alcohol (a goal of 45 participants).
Funded by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Foundation.
Project SAVE: Sleep and Alcohol use in Veterans
This study examines the efficacy of insomnia treatment in 80 Veterans in treatment for alcohol use disorder.
Funding pending from the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).
This is a spin-off of Project SAVE that we will conduct with 20 adults in the community who experience insomnia and are initiating outpatient treatment for alcohol use disorder.
Funded by the Mizzou Alumni Association (Richard Wallace Faculty Incentive Grant).
COMPLETED PROJECTS UNDER ANALYSIS
Alcohol-Induced Blackouts among Young Adults
This project aims (a) to examine the college student's perspective on alcohol-induced blackouts and (b) to evaluate the psychometric properties of a multi-dimensional measure of alcohol-induced blackouts and their correlates.
Funded by the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies (Research Excellence Award).