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Visions of the future in the brain - Participants wanted

 

 

Research Project

 

Visions of the future in the brain

 

MRC Cognition & Brain Sciences Unit

 

We are looking for volunteers aged 16-40 to participate in a neuroimaging study (brain scan) investigating what happens in the brain when people imagine emotional future scenarios.

 

The study involves two sessions:

-       Session one: screening assessment, questionnaires, and computer tasks

-       Session two: brain scan with task of ‘Imagining the future’

 

You can take part if you:

 

  1. have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder
  2. have experienced depression in combination with either mood swings or having a relative with bipolar disorder 
  3. are healthy and have no history of mental disorder and have no first degree relative with a mental disorder.

 

The study will take between 3-4 hours in total. You will be reimbursed for your time.


If you are interested please contact us!

 

For more info: moodandimagery@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk

or telephone 01223 355294

Posted on 01/10/2015

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