This study has concluded and is no longer open for recruitment.
UCLA is recruiting Veterans age 18-45 with deployment experience to join a research study that will help us develop a new non-medication-based treatment for PTSD.
In order to participate, you must be between 18 and 45 years old, speak English, and not currently pregnant. We are looking for volunteers who think they may have PTSD.
Participants will complete a phone screener and in-person interview, fill out questionnaires, and undergo a physiological laboratory assessment during which they will complete several computer tasks. Some participants will then complete six one-hour computerized training sessions. All participants then complete a second physiological lab assessment and second interview. In total, participation involves 3 to 10 sessions at the UCLA campus in Westwood.
You will receive up to $220 for your participation.
Study Personnel Contact
For further information about this project, contact the UCLA Anxiety Disorders Research Center at 310-825-9312 or UCLAVeteranStudy@gmail.com.
This study is being conducted by researchers at UCLA in collaboration with Defense Group, Inc. This study is funded by DARPA (the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), an agency of the United States Department of Defense, through the Army Research Office.
- Matthew Lieberman, Ph.D.– UCLA
Protocol ID:IRB#14-000789 UCLA IRB Approved Approval Date: 5/12/2016 Through: 4/13/2017 Committee: Medical IRB 3