Psychologists Needed for Research Study on Counseling Practices Including Nutrition

Eat Better, Feel Better Study: Food and Mood Research


This page is designed to help researchers, graduate students, and others gather data for scientific studies on the relationship between diet and mental health. It also allows students, professionals, and researchers to contribute to valuable scientific advancements, supporting nutritional psychology’s continued growth.

Participants: Click the research announcement below for more information, including eligibility requirements. Note that all studies featured here are organized by parties independent of CNP, and CNP is not liable for any risks or potential damages incurred through participation. The CNP Editorial Board must approve all research surveys subject to approval by The Center for Nutritional Psychology. For questions regarding specific studies, please contact the researcher(s) directly using the information provided.

Researchers: To be featured on this page, we must receive a thorough description of the study, proof of IRB approval, and all related documents, including but not limited to the informed consent form, any promotional materials, and relevant links. Graduate students must also submit a letter from a supervising faculty member verifying approval of the proposed research and its listing on this page. CNP reserves the right to decline submissions.

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