Cognitive Neuroscience of Reward
Dr. James Cavanagh
Purpose of the Study:
The purpose of the study, Cognitive Neuroscience of Reward, is to look at the brain’s response to reward information in both depressed and non-depressed participants.
Answer questionnaires about mood and feelings;Complete a brief confidential interview about mood and feelings;Play simple learning video games for rewarding outcomes;Have your brain activity monitored through either a scalp electrodes (EEG) method, or in machines that can measure magnetic activity (MEG) or blood flow (MRI). Each method is very safe.
Basic Eligibility Criteria:
The eligibility includes men or women aged 18-55. Participants also need to either meet criteria for depression, or are free from depressive symptoms to qualify as a control; and free from psychoactive medication for at least two weeks.
Participants will be compensated $20 to $30 per hour depending on the study being run at that time.
Contact Phone Number: 505-278-0488
Contact Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
IRB Study Number: 20818