compensation: $20/hour in cash and can provide transportation to and from MSU
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We are currently recruiting individuals with no history of mental illness to participate in a paid research study at Michigan State University.
What is the purpose of the study: Individuals who experience psychosis often also have changes in visual perception, which are related to important clinical outcomes. The goal of this study is to understand these visual changes and what might cause them. We hope that we can eventually use measures of visual perception as markers for early risk detection or to understand more about changes in the brain that can lead to psychosis.
Who are we recruiting: We are recruiting individuals between the ages of 18-60 who have no history of mental illness.
What is involved: The study involves tests of your vision on a computer, mental health history interviews, and a few brief surveys. The study is completely non-invasive and requires no change in ongoing treatment. You are free to take breaks at any time.
Payment: We reimburse participants at $20/hour in cash and can provide transportation to and from MSU. Participants are free to discontinue at any time, and will be compensated for the time spent in the study.
You can also contact us at (517) 432-0801 or via e-mail at email@example.com and we can tell you more about the study and let you know if you are eligible.
This study is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and has been approved by the Michigan State University Institutional Review Board (Study 00005053; Principal investigator: Katharine Thakkar) .
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