This study is researching all of the following topics:ADHD ( Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder )CD ( Conduct disorder )ODD ( Oppositional defiant disorder )Wellness
Location of study visits:
Ann Arbor, MI
This study is looking for:
Both men and women
Volunteers with specific conditions and Healthy volunteers
The purpose of this study is to learn more about how the brain functions and, in general, to learn more about externalizing disorder such as ADHD, ODD, and CD. Hopefully, this research will better our understanding of the brain and eventually optimize diagnosis and treatment for others.
What is involved?This is a two year follow up study where participants come in for two visits now, each lasting up to 3 1/2 hours then, after two years they will come in for the last two visits, which also last up to 3 1/2 hours each.
Visits involve answering questions and survey’s regarding your child’s personal and medical history and playing some games on the computer and iPad. Your child will also perform an fMRI scan which takes a special kind of picture of the brain to allow us to see how the brain works. During the scan your child will be asked to lie still and watch a Disney/Pixar movie of their choice.
Your child will be compensated $140 now for participating in the first couple visits and then another $140 at the two year follow-up.
CompensationParticipants will be compensated $18.50/hour for their participation in the study. Also put, $140 now and another $140 at the two year follow-up visits. Therefore, total compensation is up to $280 for participating in the study.
Your child will be given their compensation in the form of a MasterCard Gift Card which they will receive immediately after they've completed their first couple of visits then they will receive another gift card at the two year follow-up visits.
We are looking for both healthy children volunteers as well as children who have attention deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), ADD, Oppositional defiance disorder (ODD), and/or conduct disorder (CD).IRB number: HUM00088188 Study posted on: 03/23/2016 Posting will be taken down on: 03/01/2019
Study TeamPrincipal Investigator: Sripada, Sekhar ChandraDepartment: Psychiatry