Functional Neuroanatomy of Worry in Older Adults


THIS STUDY IS NOT CURRENTLY ACTIVE.

STUDY BASICS

Are you age 50 or older? Do you often worry, feel increasingly stressed, anxious or depressed? If so, you may be eligible to participate in a study to help researchers explore changes in the brain that occur when people worry about everyday things. Study involves 2-3 visits that include a clinical evaluation, cognitive performance assessment, and a fMRI scan. Compensation and parking provided.


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