How we measure cognitive flexibility for eating disorder research.
About this study
You are invited to take part in a research study about cognitive flexibility. Cognitive flexibility is the ability to dynamically adjust your thinking in response to changing demands. The aim of this study is to assess how we measure cognitive flexibility for Eating Disorder research. We want to better understand how different measures of cognitive-behavioural flexibility relate to each other.
You can participate on-campus at The University of Sydney, or you can participate from home. If you would like to participate from home, we will provide on-phone support during the study. It is estimated that the study will take you no more than 60 minutes.
To book a time to participate please click on the link provided and enter your contact details.
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