Compensated Veteran Insomnia Research Study
The University of Missouri is conducting a treatment research study aimed at helping veterans who struggle with insomnia
Research conducted columbia, MO
compensation up to $300
served after 9/11/01
Veterans With insomnia
Drink Alcohol
Fast Facts
Study Background
Our research study aims to evaluate & understand the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy in veterans suffering from insomnia.

We are looking for male and female Veterans who served after 9/11/01 and drink alcohol to participate in an insomnia research study. Participants will be compensated & learn behavioral strategies to combat insomnia (no medications involved).
Additional Information
Why is this research study being done?
This research will examine how the use of cognitive behavioral therapy can improve sleep and drinking habits among veterans.
Is this study for me?
You may qualify for our study if you meet the following criteria:

Inclusion criteria:
  • Veterans who served after 9/11/01
  • Alcohol use in the past 30 days
  • Insomnia
Exclusion Criteria
  • History of mania or seizure
  • Already receiving cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia
What will happen if I participate in this study?
If you end up wanting to be in the study, we would randomly assign you to one of two treatment groups.

One is a really brief insomnia treatment, where you’d really only be coming to the lab for assessments. The other is a 5-week individual treatment, where we’d ask you to come back to the lab once a week for five weeks to meet with a trained sleep coach.
Will I be paid for being in this research study?
Participants are compensated up to $300 for their time.
Will it cost me anything to participate in this research study?
There is no cost for you to participate in a research study.