|A Risk Factor Analysis of Human Brain States Related to the Development of Addiction||The goal of this study is to understand how stress and drug use or non-use is related and to understand how this affects the brain. We are looking for teenage girls and adult women to participate in this study.
For adolescents, participation involves 2 separate visits. The participant and a parent will be asked to come to the Brain Imaging Research Center at UAMS. Both adolescent and their parent will complete a series of interviews and questionnaires. Some of the questions we ask will be about how the adolescent has been feeling, if they have ever been in a stressful or abusive situation, and about any drug use. This visit takes about 4 hours to complete. Following this first visit the adolescent will come back one more time to complete the MRI scan. The MRI scan takes about 1 ½ hours to complete. Finally, we will contact the adolescent 3 separate times by phone over a 9 month period to ask about any drug use since the last visit. All information that we collect throughout the study is kept confidential. Also, we do not tell parents about any drug use the adolescent reports to us. Both adolescent and parent participants will be compensated for their time.
No internal metals
Must have a parent able to stay for each visit
Please contact Sonet Smitherman at 501-526-8386 or SMSmitherman@uams.edu for more information
For adults, participation involves 2 separate visits. The participant will be asked to come to the Brain Imaging Research Center at UAMS. They will complete a series of interviews and questionnaires. Some of the questions we ask will be about how the adolescent has been feeling, if they have ever been in a stressful or abusive situation, and about any drug use. This visit takes about 4 hours to complete. Following this first visit the adolescent will come back one more time to complete the MRI scan. The MRI scan takes about 1 ½ hours to complete.
No internal metals
Must have started using drugs between age 12-16 years
Must have abused at least 2 drugs at some point during your life
Please contact Jonathan Young at 526-8339 or JAYoung@uams.edu for more information.
|A Pilot Study on the Trajectory of Cocaine Addiction||The purpose of this research is to study the path of drug use across a period of two months in adult cocaine users. Study participation involves three visits to the Brain Imaging Research Center at UAMS. At the first visit participants will be asked to complete questionnaires and interviews about their background, psychological functioning, recent life experiences, and drug use history. The first visit takes about 3 hours to complete. One month and two months following the first visit, participants will be asked to come back in to complete a few more questionnaires. These visits will take about 1-2 hours each. Participants will be compensated for their time.
Male or Female
Good general health
Crack or cocaine use within the past 30 days
Please contact Jonathan Young at 501-526-8339 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|Psychiatric Illness and Postpartum Maternal Sensitivity and Motivation for Offspring||Table|
|Psychiatric Illness and Postpartum Neural Representations of Maternal Care||Table|
|Family Decision-Making and Adolescent PTSD||Table|
|Real-time fMRI and Neurofeedback of Brain Networks Mediating Trauma Memory Recall in PTSD||Table|
|Name: Bettina Knight|
|Phone Number: 501-526-8432|
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|Stress in PregnancyStudy Coordinator: Bettina||The purpose of this study is to learn more about babies born to women and teenage girls under stress. The study will also help us determine why some of the babies develop normally and others have problems with their emotional and social development. Women enrolled in the study will be between 18-45 years of age. There is a separate consent for teenage girls between the ages of 13-17 years of age. By participating in this study the subject is not required to use medications although medication and therapy are not an exclusion. The study simply monitors the progress of any treatment that the subject may already be receiving or may choose to receive after enrolling in this study. Most study visits will take place at the Women’s Mental Health Program on the 4th floor in the Psychiatric Research Institute building on the UAMS campus. Depending on how early in pregnancy the subject enrolls in the study, they will have an enrollment visit and a minimum of 3 follow-up visits during pregnancy. These will take place during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters. A minimum of 4 follow-up visits will take place after the baby is born at around postpartum weeks 6, 18, 24, and 52. Compensation will be provided.|