Piloting a learning and decision-making task in the 7 Tesla MRI scanner in healthy adults
MRI is a type of brain scan that allows us to see how the brain is organised and performs tasks like decision making. The scan is safe and does not involve any needles or injections.. We are looking for volunteers to improve our understanding of brain structure and decision making. The study involves a single visit to the John Radcliffe Hospital which will take about 2 hours of your time. You would be asked to lie still in a scanner and perform some learning tasks. These tasks will involve use of electric shocks that are calibrated to your personal pain threshold. Who are we looking for? Fluent English-speaking men or women aged between 18-45 years, who do not suffer from any psychiatric conditions, who are not using any psychotropic medication or pregnant. You will be asked questions about your medical history to check your suitability for an MRI scan. If you are interested and would like more information please contact Dr Erdem Pulcu at the Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, Oxford on Erdem.Pulcu@psych.ox.ac.uk. You will be compensated for your time. CUREC ref: R67492/RE001
We are looking for
Fluent English-speaking men or women aged between 18-45 years,
Your travel and parking expenses would be reimbursed.