Looking for: Participants who are over 18 and have received a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder (type 1 or type 2) or Borderline Personality Disorder. We are also recruiting a group of individuals who have never experienced a mental health disorder.
Expenses: Participants will be reimbursed for their time and expenses
Have you been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder or Borderline Personality Disorder? Interested in helping research into these disorders?
Looking for: Are you considered eccentric or consider yourself different? Do you prefer to keep to yourself? Do you believe in the supernatural or things that some people find unusual? Looking for: healthy people aged between 18 – 45 years old
Expenses: Participants will be reimbursed for their time and travel expenses
We are examining the effects of a single dose of a new treatment, being developed for schizophrenia, on computer tests in healthy people. If you answered yes to any of the above questions you may be able to take part in this research. To participate you must be fit and well, a light or non-smoker, right-handed and a fluent English speaker. The study involves completing an online questionnaire and visiting our research facility on 3 occasions. Please complete the online questionnaire here: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/sep
Looking for: Does your mood often go up and down? Do you consider yourself a worrier? If so, we are looking for you!
Expenses: Time and expenses will be reimbursed.
We are recruiting healthy male volunteers with these kinds of personality traits to participate in a study investigating how antidepressants change the processing of emotions.
Looking for: Have you been experiencing mood swings? Have you recently engaged in risky behaviour? Have you had much more energy than usual? If so, we are looking for you!
Expenses: Participants will be reimbursed for their time and travel expenses.
We are investigating mood instability and cognitive function in individuals who show symptoms of mood disorders, and also individuals who have never experienced problematic moods. This study involves playing daily app-based games presented on an iPad, as well as completing 2 MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and MEG (Magnetoencephalography) brain scans during a 10-week period.