VIRTUAL study of the daily experiences of women with ARFID

Are you a woman that struggles with picky eating; a lack of interest in food/eating; and/or fear choking, vomiting, gagging, etc.? 

Researchers in the Biopsychosocial Examination of Eating Patterns (BEEP) Lab at McGill University are seeking participants for a study of the on the daily experiences of women with and without eating disorders. 

You may be eligible if you:
(1) are a woman, 
(2) are 18 years or older, 
(3) currently reside in Canada, 
(4) currently meet criteria for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), and
(5) own a smartphone with a North American number and a data plan. 

The study involves an online interview, completing questionnaires, and responding to survey prompts on your smartphone for 14 days. You may receive up to $150.00 for your participation. 

To find out if you are likely to be eligible, please fill out our brief online screening questionnaire at this link or contact the BEEP Lab at 

The BEEP Lab is directed by Dr. Sarah Racine of the Department of Psychology.