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Why Join a CBITs Study?

About one in five adults experience depression or anxiety during their lifetime. Despite this common experience, it can often be difficult to access care due to cost, transportation and time limitations.

At The Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs), we are passionate about using technology to connect people with skills and tools that improve psychological well-being and promote general health. If you or someone you know experiences depression or anxiety, or you think you might be at risk, you may be eligible to participate in one of our paid research studies.

Input from study participants is incredibly valuable and helps make research better. By working together, we can help improve programs and tools for individuals with depression and anxiety.

Research Subject Recruitment Registry

We are seeking volunteers interested in joining a research registry of individuals that may participate in our current and future research studies. 

We encourage you to join our registry if you are 18+ and want to share your opinions on improving technology that can support mental health.

Join the Recruitment Registry

Current Studies

Technology-Enabled Services to Support Caregivers of Older Adults with Depression

We are studying how Amazon Alexa can be used to help older adults improve their mood and feel better.
About the Technology-Enabled study

Developing a Digital Intervention for Adolescent Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

We are interviewing teens to learn how they experience and manage self-injury and how technology can support them.
About the digital intervention study

FoodSteps Food Insecurity Study

We are seeking volunteers with type 2 diabetes who have difficulty accessing food and struggle with binge eating to test a mobile web app called FoodSteps.
About the Food Insecurity Study

FoodSteps MRT Trial

We are seeking volunteers who struggle with binge eating and managing their weight to test a mobile web app called FoodSteps.
About the FoodSteps Trial

Digital Intervention for Young Adults who Engage in Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

The study is testing a mobile app to support young adults (18-24) in managing their non-suicidal self-injury and related mental health symptoms.
About the Teen Mobile App Study

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