Seeking Participants to Participate in a Study to Evaluate Mobile Fitness Applications
The Human Factors and Aging Laboratory at Georgia Tech is conducting a study to assess the opinions and effectiveness of mobile applications aimed at tracking and encouraging fitness and physical activity. Findings from the study will be used to inform the development of future health and fitness apps.
This study will involve various short assessments over a period of 10 weeks. You will only be asked to complete 2 in-person assessments on campus that should take about 1 hour of your time.
Participation will take place at either Georgia Tech’s Human Factors and Aging Lab in the J.S. Coon building or at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access building. Free parking will be available onsite
Participants will be paid $60 for their participation in this study.
If you are of age 65-80, currently own a smartphone, have used mobile applications, and you would like to participate in the study,
Christina Harrington at firstname.lastname@example.org or (804)-477-2147