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Research Study For Females With Restrictive Eating Behaviors

~Posted at the request of the researcher
Massachusetts General Hospital Neuroendrocrine Unit & Eating Disorders Clinical and Research Program

“REACT is a 12-week study for females ages 14-30 who have missed their period in the past 6 months because of exercise activity or restrictive eating behaviors. The study examines the impact of estrogen on cognitive performance and decision-making through brain imaging (fMRI), measurements of hormones, and various measures and tasks. Our hope is that we can provide information to develop more specific and targeted treatment plans for those suffering with eating disorders. Visits take place at either Mass General in Boston or McLean Hospital in Belmont. Participants will be compensated up to $500 for this study and receive MGH parking validation. Transportation costs can be reimbursed.

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If interested, please take a moment to complete our pre-screening survey: REACT ELIGBILITY SURVEY

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