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Title: Seeking adolescents with symptoms of ARFID and their caregivers

The ACT Research Group at Utah State University is seeking adolescents with mild to severe symptoms of Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and their caregiver to participate in a research study. The purpose of this study is to better understand ARFID and how it relates to other eating disorders, along with to inform the development of new treatments for ARFID and disordered eating generally. Participation involves the adolescent and their caregiver each completing 4 questionnaires of psychological processes and nutritional intake over the course of 1 week.

To be eligible your child must be 12-17 years old, have at least some symptoms of ARFID and/or selective eating, and you both must be fluent in English. Participating will take up to 4 hours over 1 week for you and your adolescent. Your adolescent can receive a $10 Amazon gift card for completing all surveys.

You can find out more about the study at https://www.utahact.com/pickyeating.html.

This study is USU IRB #11677 and the principal investigator is Dr. Michael Twohig (Michael.twohig@usu.edu). If you have any questions please contact the study coordinator at Julie.petersen@aggiemail.usu.edu or (435) 527-5140.

Thanks for your consideration!

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  1. Pamela Estoppey

    I am 100% interested in arfid study. I have a 17 year old daughter who has had arfid her whole life. Her diet consist of 2 things. She has NEVER met another with this problem and I have never met other parents. She has been in every kind of therapy there is. We would LOVE. To participate.

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