The Tracking Adolescent Depression Study

The Tracking Adolescent Depression Study Are you the parent of a 13-to 17-year old child?Has your child been experiencing sad or irritable moods? Has he/she lost interest in his/her activities?

Do you have a child who is 13-18 years old? Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating

If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

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Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:•Low self-esteem or guilt...
06/22/2016
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Paid Stanford Study
Parents of Teens - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating
If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:•Low self-esteem or guilt...
06/22/2016
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study
Parents of Teens - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating
If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Requirements: Must have a son or daughter ages 13-17 years who has recently been experiencing sad moods, irritability or has had a lack of interest in his/her activities, be a U.S. citizen or green card holder, read and speak English fluently, have no plans to leave the Bay Area in the next 6 months...

12th Annual Mood Disorders Education Day
06/17/2016
12th Annual Mood Disorders Education Day

12th Annual Mood Disorders Education Day

Stanford University Medical Center will host the 12th Annual Mood Disorders Education Day for patients and their families, caregivers, friends, and all community members interested in mood disorders. Mood Disorders Education Day will include presentations from renowned experts on mood disorders in…

Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:•Low self-esteem or...
04/11/2016
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study
Parents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating
If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:•Low self-esteem or...
02/09/2016
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study
Parents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating
If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Requirements: Must have a son or daughter ages 13-17 years who has recently been experiencing sad moods, irritability or has had a lack of interest in his/her activities, be a U.S. citizen or green card holder, read and speak English fluently, have no plans to leave the Bay Area in the next 6 months…

Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:•Low self-esteem or...
01/15/2016
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study
Parents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating
If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Requirements: Must have a son or daughter ages 13-17 years who has recently been experiencing sad moods, irritability or has had a lack of interest in his/her activities, be a U.S. citizen or green card holder, read and speak English fluently, have no plans to leave the Bay Area in the next 6 months…

Paid Stanford StudyParents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by: •Low self-esteem o...
11/04/2015
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study

Parents of Teens 13-18 - Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:

•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating

If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Requirements: Must have a son or daughter ages 13-17 years who has recently been experiencing sad moods, irritability or has had a lack of interest in his/her activities, be a U.S. citizen or green card holder, read and speak English fluently, have no plans to leave the Bay Area in the next 6 months…

Paid Stanford StudyDo you have a child who is 13-18 years old? Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:...
11/04/2015
Parents and Adolescents Needed | Stanford Mood and Anxiety Disorders Laboratory

Paid Stanford Study

Do you have a child who is 13-18 years old? Has your child recently been sad, unhappy or bothered by:
•Low self-esteem or guilt
•Loss of interest or pleasure
•Boredom
•Feeling crabby or irritable
•Trouble sleeping
•Crying spells
•Loss of energy
•Loss of appetite
•Difficulty concentrating

If so, you and your child may be eligible to participate in a study of how teens think and process emotional information. The study takes place in the Psychology Department at Stanford University. Your child would participate in interviews, complete questionnaires, do some computer activities, and participate in an fMRI brain scan. Eligible pairs will receive $25/hour for their time. The study will last approximately 12 hours over 4 visits. We will schedule the visits around your availability (daytime, evenings, and weekends). If you would like to receive more information about this study, please email [email protected] or call (650) 736-6539 to reach the study coordinator, Meghan Goyer. For general information about participant rights, contact 1-866-680-2906. Thank you.

Requirements: Must have a son or daughter ages 13-17 years who has recently been experiencing sad moods, irritability or has had a lack of interest in his/her activities, be a U.S. citizen or green card holder, read and speak English fluently, have no plans to leave the Bay Area in the next 6 months…

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10/05/2015

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