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Brain Imaging Study On Depression

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Emily Belleau
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Milwaukee, WI 53211

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Feeling sound, down, or blue much of the time? Having difficulty sleeping? Unable to enjoy things?

Participate in a brain imaging study!

The Affective Neuroscience Research Lab is conducting a study using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to assess patterns of brain activity while viewing faces, emotional scenes or shapes. The study consists of two sessions. The first session is an interview in which we will be asking about your mood and life experiences. This will last for 1.5-2 hours and you will be paid $25 for this first session. If we determine you are eligible after the first interview session, you will be invited back for the scanning session. The scanning session will last approximately 3-3.5 hours and you will be paid $50 for your time. So, you can earn up to $75 dollars for your time.
The interview sessions will be conducted at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and the scanning session will be conducted at the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Subjects Must Be:

Adults between the ages of 18-50
Currently Feeling Depressed
Free of any metal objects in their bodies
Have normal vision or wear contacts

If you are interested, please reply to this or contact 414-229-3945

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