Research Study – COVID Impacts Global Impacts

The Collaborative Outcomes Study on Health and Functioning during Infection Times (COH-FIT) is an anonymous online survey about your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The goal of the study is to investigate how the pandemic is affecting the physical and mental health of individuals in countries around the world. The aim is to identify risk…

Attention

NAMI Research Study – Attention and Mental Health

This study is an anonymous online survey that will be used to learn more about how mental health conditions like anxiety and depression may affect a person’s ability to pay attention and think clearly.  Participants who complete the survey and interactive activity will receive a $10 gift card in appreciation for their time. Participants may be…

Paid NAMI Study – Psychosis and Trauma

Researchers are looking for adults who have experienced psychoses to participate in a study to learn how traumatic events may contribute to developing psychosis, and how experiencing psychosis may cause trauma.  Participants will take an anonymous online survey and may have a follow-up telephone interview. Requirements: Aged 18 or older Have experienced psychosis, with or…

Stanford Study – Mood Disorders in Youth Taking Antidepressents

Stanford’s  Pediatric Emotional an Resilience Lab (PEARL) is currently seeking youth ages 12-17 years who experience anxiety and/or depression and have family members living with serious mood symptoms to participate in the Arousal Induced Medication Study (AIMS).  Antidepressants are commonly prescribed medications used by American youth today to treat a variety of childhood onset psychiatric…

Stanford Teen Brain Study

Ever Wonder What Your Teenager’s Brain Looks Like?  Stanford’s Pediatric Emotion And Resilience Lab (PEARL) is looking for health teens ages 12-17 and parents to contribute to science.  Eligible teens will be paid $100 for participation.  Contact Kayla at 650-497-4668 or thepearllab@stanford.edu.   For more information, see brochure.