LU IRB#: IRB-21-112
PI: Petey Mumford, PhD
Description of Study
We are conducting this study to investigate how consumption of a popular commercially available Esports energy supplement influences Esports performance compared to a placebo or placebo plus matched caffeine dose.
Esports Performance and Innovation Center (Fieldhouse 110)
209 S. Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301
Number of Visits
Visits 1: 30 Minutes
Visits 2-4: 4 Hours Each
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Research Sample Needed
- 20 Healthy People
- 18 - 30 years of age.
- Habitual caffeine consumer.
- Has played Fortnite and is not at a rank lower than 10.
- Outside the specified age range.
- Is pregnant or actively trying to get pregnant.
- Is not a habitual caffeine consumer (someone who doesn't consume caffeine routinely and intake is normally less than <20 mg a day).
- If it is reported during the medical history an individual is currently being treated for or diagnosed with a medical disorder or disease whereby caffeine interacts with the medical condition or medication then they will be excluded.
- • Has not played Fortnite and is a rank lower than 1.
Are You Eligible?
Information provided here reflects current IRB approval for this research. However, this information may be subject to change and updated accordingly.
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