Are you 18-55 years old and been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder? If so, you may be able to participate in a research study to find out if an intervention called neurofeedback can improve symptoms in people with borderline personality disorder. Participation involves interviews, questionnaires, and MRI scanning. Compensation provided.
IRB: STUDY22040107- Amygdala rtfMRI Neurofeedback for Borderline Personality Disorder
MEET THE RESEARCHER
Kymberly Young, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh. A graduate of the American University in Washington, DC, Dr. Young is a talented clinical neuroscientist whose research interests include developing novel technology based interventions for depression and related conditions.