Visual Attention in PTSD (PTSD)
Visual Attention in PTSD (PTSD)
Sponsor: New York State Psychiatric Institute
Enrolling: Male and Female Patients
Study Length: 2 Days
Clinic Visits: 2
IRB Number: 7464
Contact: Aliza Naiman: (917)608-3709 /
Additional Study Information: Emerging research has demonstrated a relationship between visual attention patterns and anxiety disorders, including PTSD. This study is designed to examine these visual attention patterns using eye-tracking A simple device that monitors eye-movements. The study included two sessions conducted approximately 1 week apart, each no longer than 1 hour. In both sessions, you will perform a simple computer task while eye-data will be recorded. Session 1 can be conducted inside an MRI or without scanning. Session 2 has no MRI testing.
This study is closed
Yuval Neria, PhD
Do You Qualify?
Are you under the age of 40? Yes No
Have you ever experienced a traumatic event? (physical or sexual assault, combat, natural disaster, etc.) Yes No
Do you wear bifocal or progressive glasses or contacts? Yes No
You may be eligible for this study

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For more information, please contact:
Aliza Naiman