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Smoking Cessation Study

Get started by taking this survey now:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SmokingCessationStudy

Do you want to quit smoking?

The Addictions Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at UCLA is looking for individuals, age 21 to 65, who smoke cigarettes and drink alcohol regularly to participate in a study investigating a combination of medications (varenicline and naltrexone) for smokers who drink regularly. This study involves taking medication for 14 weeks in addition to 12 in-person visits over 7 months. During these visits, you will be asked to complete questionnaires about your health and drinking and smoking habits.

Participants will be compensated up to $405 for participation.

To get more information about the study and complete a screen, please visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SmokingCessationStudy.

Or call: (310) 206-6756 and mention the “Smoking Cessation Study.”


Comparing Alcohol Cues Study


Do you drink alcohol?

The Addictions Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at UCLA is looking for individuals, age 21 to 50, who drink alcohol to participate in a study looking to advance treatment development for alcohol use. The study entails coming in for one visit and completing questionnaires and interviews.

Participants will be compensated up to $80 for participation.

To get more information about this study, please call (310) 206-6756 and mention the “Comparing Alcohol Cues Study.”


Outpatient Treatment for Alcohol Use


Looking for Treatment for Alcohol Problems?

The UCLA Psychology Clinic is offering a new 12-week outpatient treatment program combining research with cognitive behavioral therapy. Participation involves weekly visits to the Psychology Clinic, located on the UCLA campus, to attend therapy sessions and complete brief questionnaires and interviews.

For more information about this low-cost treatment opportunity, please call the UCLA Psychology Clinic at (310) 825-2305.


Additional Resources:

  1. Treatment Resource Packet: Downloadable version
  2. ProjectKnow: Popular Ways to Quit Drinking