Diet Quality and Student Academic Performance
The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between diet quality and academic performance in college students. You will be asked to complete an eligibility survey and online questionnaire through Qualtrics lasting between 10-15 minutes. These questions will ask you about your demographic profile and questions regarding your eating habits.
We are looking for participants who are over the age of 18 years old, currently enrolled as a full-time student at the University of Central Florida in junior or senior standing. You may not participate in this study if you are currently enrolled as a part-time student, taking any medications that change your appetite or previously diagnosed with an eating disorder. There is no compensation for this study.
Your participation in this study is voluntary. You are free to withdraw your consent and discontinue participation in this study at any time without prejudice or penalty. Your decision to participate or not participate in this study will in no way affect your relationship with UCF, including continued enrollment, grades, employment, or your relationship with the individuals who may have an interest in this study.
- of the age of 18 or older
- currently enrolled full-time at the University of Central Florida
- in junior or senior standing
Exclusion Qualifications:You may not participate in this research opportunity if any of the following applies to you:
- part-time student
- taking medication that changes appetite
- previously diagnosed with an eating disorder
Participate in this ResearchSubmitting this form will put you in contact with the main point of contact for this project. They will provide more information and determine if you meet all of the qualifications needed.
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