Decision-making in OCD: Imaging and Neurostimulation
Do you have thoughts or fears that don't make sense but still make you feel bad? Do you have to check or do things over and over again? Do you wash excessively or avoid touching things for fear of contamination? Are you between the ages of 18-65? If so, you may be eligible for a study looking at the brain during decision making in people with OCD. Participation in the study involves 2 fMRI scans as well as a non-invasive neurostimulation method (TMS or tDCS). All eligible participants may be compensated up to $200 dollars for participation. If you are interested, please call at 310-794-0331 or email RRane@mednet.ucla.edu for more information.