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Depressed Participants Needed for Emotion Neuroimaging Research Study

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Date: Mon, Nov 18, 2019 11:47 AM

Researchers at Stanford University are conducting a neuroimaging study studying the effects of the hormone cortisol on brain functioning in people between the ages of 21-55.

Study participants will have a functional MRI and several test of emotional reactions and hormone reactions to mild stress.

Participation is confidential.

All study-related costs are covered by Stanford University.

Participants who complete the study will be compensated $20/hr.

If you are experiencing symptoms of Depression and are not currently taking antidepressant medication you may be eligible for the study.

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