ARE YOU AFRAID OF SMALL SPACES? Learn strategies for reducing claustrophobic fear by participating in the Claustrophobia Study! ----------------------------------- WHO • Individuals 17-65 who fear being in enclosed spaces on their own (e.g., small rooms, dark closets, elevators, etc.) WHAT • phone call to determine eligibility • 3.5 hour session including claustrophobia strategies and questionnaires • 1 hour follow-up 1 month later to measure improvement WHERE • Ryerson University You can receive up to $60 for your participation. Visit claustrophobiastudy.ca for more information.
Fear of enclosed spaces (e.g., elevators, MRI machines, small closets or rooms, tunnels, etc.)
No changes to any mental-health related medication doses in the past 3 months (e.g., antidepressant)
Current weight is less than 250 pounds
Current height is less than 6 feet 5 inches
Able to speak, read, and write in English comfortably
Additional eligibility criteria are assessed through a preliminary phone screen
This study has been reviewed and approved by the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board (2018-161).
Health and Wellness, Psychology
Clinical Trial, Intervention
3.5 hour(s) per session
Up to $60
Ability to learn effective strategies for reducing claustrophobic fear.
105 Bond Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5B 2K3