Studies for Hearing Loss and Depression

Hearing Loss and Depression

This study examines the relationship between age-related hearing loss (ARHL) and depression. Participants will complete the following visits: two evaluation visits (one in-person and one virtual), and two in-person study visits (if eligible): a research visit (neuropsychological assessments, self-report forms) and an MRI scan. The entire study can be completed in 3-4 days (not consecutive). This study is recruiting participants ages 60+ with/without hearing loss/depression.

  • Ages 60+ years
  • Individuals with/without hearing loss
  • 4 visits (2 Evaluations, Memory Testing, MRI)
  • Compensation: up to $300.00

 

For more information, please call our research staff at (646) 774-8677 or fill out this form.