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CORE faculty and staff

center for obesity research and education (CORE)

Currently Recruiting

 

WHAT WOULD A GOOD DAY LOOK LIKE AT YOUR TABLE?

 

Are you the mother of a 3- to 5- year old?


Join us for a 12 week program to make child feeding easier, happier and healthier.

  • Interviews will occur before and after participating.
  • You will discuss topics surrounding feeding, with 6-10 other moms.
  • You and your child will have your heights and weights recordeD.


Compensation will be provided for each visit to our office, with the potential to receive a total of $400 upon completion of the entire study, as well as transportation reimbursement to Temple University’s Family Eating Lab.


Interested? Please Call: 215-707-8383


This information is approved by Temple University for public display and is associated with project #20693.

 

DOES YOUR PRESCHOOLER LIKE TO SNACK?

 

Are you the caregiver of a 3- to 5- year old?


We would like to talk to you! Please join us in a 90 minute interview about child snacking behaviors.

  • Compensation will be provided in the amount of $45, as well as transportation reimbursement to Temple University’s Family Eating Lab.


Interested? Please Call: 215-707-8383


This information is approved by Temple University for public display and is associated with project #20790.

 

START MAKING HEALTHY CHANGES WITH YOUR CHILD TODAY!

 

A new program at Temple University might be right for you if:

  • Your child is 6-11 years old

                           AND you both

  • Drink sugery drinks
  • Might need to lose weight in the future
  • Are able to join a 6-week study and make 3 in-person visits to our Center 

                          To find out more...

 

Visit us online: www.facebook.com/healthyparentchildstudy

 

Call us: 215-707-8650

 

Email us: healthy@temple.edu

 

This information is approved by Temple University for public display and is associated with project 14000. Principal Investigator: Sharon Hayes, PhD, Temple University, 3223 N. Broad St., Suite 175, Philadelphia, PA 19140