Anorexia Nervosa and the Cognitive Neuroscience of Food Choice
||National Institute of Mental Health
||Female Patients Only
||Eating Disorders Research Unit: 646 774 8074 / email@example.com
This NIMH-funded research study examines whether there are differences in the brain when people with eating disorders make decisions about food. We hope to understand the neurobiology of eating disorders so that we can improve treatment. Participation includes computer tasks, brain imaging (MRI), and a measure of eating behavior. Eligible individuals will receive inpatient or outpatient treatment at no cost.
This study is closed
Joanna Steinglass, MD
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