Diamond Brain Imaging Study
Are you a young adult who is currently feeling severely distressed, or are you a young adult who is feeling happy, content, satisfied and has never felt severe distress?
Researchers at Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic are conducting a neuroimaging study for young adults age 18-25 who are distressed and for those who are not.
This study will use brain imaging (fMRI) to look at aspects of emotion and brain functioning, while participants complete tasks in the scanner.
You may be eligible to participate if you are a young adult 18-25 who has sought treatment for distress (whether meeting a diagnosis or not) but has not been on psychiatric medication for more than two weeks, or a young adult who has never sought help and has never been on medication for a psychiatric problem.
Participants will be compensated for their time.
For details about qualifying you can: