Austin Adolescent Development Study
The Austin Adolescent Development Study began in 1999 to examine the development of adolescent physical and mental health. We hoped to learn more about the factors that protect against adolescent obesity, eating problems, substance use problems, and depression. Participants completed interviews and surveys once a year for seven years. Final follow-up assessments were completed in the spring of 2007, and we are currently analyzing the data. During the next few months, we will contact former participants regarding the study's results. If you were a participant in the Austin Adolescent Development Study and and your contact information has changed since your final assessment, let us know! Call or email us at 512.232.2334 or email@example.com with your contact information.
The Body Project began in 2001 to test programs addressing body image concerns. Participants were randomly assigned to one of two intervention groups or two control groups and completed follow-up assessments for 3 years. Final follow-up assessments were completed in October of 2007, and we are currently analyzing the data. Former participants were contacted regarding the study's results in February of 2007. If you were a participant in the Body Project and you did not receive a letter about the study's results, please call or email us at 512.232.4803 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Austin Blues Project
The Austin Blues Project began in 2004 to test depression prevention programs. Participants at local high schools ages 14-18 and some participants at UT-Austin who were at risk for depression were invited to participate in the study. Participants were randomly assigned to one of two intervention groups or two control groups and will complete follow-up assessments for 2 years. For more information, please check out the Austin Blues Project website.
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