Couples’ Health Across Adulthood Study
Funded by the National Institutes of Health, this project explores how life with a partner may affect physical health through changes to the to immune and cardiovascular systems. We hope to gain knowledge that could inform future interventions to benefit the health of couples. Eligible participants must have been living together as a couple for at least 3 years, be 25 or older, be English-speaking, and not be currently pregnant or breastfeeding. Two study visits are required, and weekend time slots are available.
During both visits, you will answer a variety of questions about your thoughts, feelings, positive and negative personal life experiences with COVID-19 and in general, demographic information, physical health, mental health, medications, diet, physical activity, personality, relationship with your partner, and other social relationships. In addition, to taking survey’s you will also be asked to take part in several different conversations with your partner. Throughout each visit, we will be collecting physical and health-related information in a variety of different methods, such as using a heart monitor and completing physical tasks. Participants who complete the study will be compensated for their time. The consent forms below describe more about the study protocols and procedures.
Interested in participating?