Author's statement: Just another view of the study on indoor tanning. Selection of tanning lotions, bronzers, tanning goggles, heat and other tanning-related stimuli. Monitor is equipped with standard LED lights in order to mimic the glow emitted from UV bulbs.
This image was submitted by Shelby Slater, junior in Pre-Applied Behavioral Science, as part of the Image of Research competition sponsored by the University of Kansas Libraries. It was selected as the Connection Award winner for 2015.
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