Brain Imaging Study in Healthy Older Adults and Parkinson’s Disease
The Motor Neuroimaging and Neuroscience Lab is currently looking for healthy older adults and adults diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease ages 45-85 to participate in a brain imaging study that aims to understand how the brain controls simple and coordinated movements of the upper and lower extremities in Parkinson’s disease. The study lasts approximately 4 hours and includes a 1-hour MRI session and 2-3 hours of motor and cognitive testing. The participants will receive a $100 visa gift card upon completion. Hotel and transportation costs will be covered in case of participants with Parkinson’s disease who live more than 50 miles away from the University of Delaware.
Personality and Dysregulation Lab
Seeking adults to participate in a research study at the University of Delaware. The study pays up to $85 & lasts approximately 4 hours. Participants will be asked to answer questions & complete tasks about life experiences, risky behaviors, decision-making & mental health.
Play & the Brain
Brain Activity During a Sodium Infusion
Perceptual Learning and Memory Consolidation
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Study
The Impression Formation Social Neuroscience Lab is currently looking for male participants to study the effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) on comparative judgments. The study is being conducted at the University of Delaware by Dr. Jasmin Cloutier. TMS is a non-invasive technique (i.e. no needles, etc.) that involves the delivery of a brief (500 milliseconds) magnetic pulse to specific areas of the brain before, during or after cognitive tasks. This technique briefly disrupts neural activity in a specific part of the brain. Participants are compensated for their participation. The study also requires that subjects participate in an MRI study prior to the TMS session.
Emotion and the Brain in Adolescence
We are looking for adolescents aged 11-14 to participate in study of emotions and the brain. In this study, adolescents and their parent answer questions about their life experiences and adolescents participate in an MRI scan of their brain.
To find out more, please call the CAD Lab at 302-831-4704 or email email@example.com.
Trunk Muscle Characteristics and their Association with Balance, Function, and Community Participation in Individuals with Lower-Limb Amputations