This information is provided as a service to members and those interested in bipolar disorder. ASBDD does not endorse any particular research listed here. Research projects listed have been approved by the relevant institutional Ethics Committee.
Do You Have a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder?
The Monash Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre
(MAPrc) and the Brain and Psychological Sciences Research Centre (BPsyC) at
Swinburne University are inviting participants to take part in research
investigating the causes and consequences of emotion abnormalities in bipolar
disorder. You will be required to attend two 4-hour sessions at the Alfred hospital in
Melbourne to complete questionnaires, a short interview and a number of
non-invasive cognitive and emotion tasks. You will be reimbursed for your time
and participation at $50 per session.
Does this sound like you?
- Have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder
- 18-65 years old
- Aren’t pregnant
- Aren’t substance dependent
- Aren’t vision or hearing impaired
- Don’t have difficulties with spoken English
- Don’t have a history of severe head injury or neurological disease
The study is also currently recruiting
control participants for use as a comparison group. If you do not suffer
from a mood disorder and do not have any immediate biological family members
affected by a mood disorder you may be eligible to participate.
Please contact Tamsyn Van Rheenen for more details
(03) 9076 6593
Text and copy of Ethics approval provided by researcher.
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