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Yale PTSD Neurofeedback Study

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Understanding PTSD

PTSD is a mental health problem that can develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening or extremely upsetting event.

Symptoms of PTSD can include unwanted memories of the event, avoidance of reminders of the event, feeling jittery or on-guard, and feeling sad, numb, or hopeless.

PTSD can affect anyone. Symptoms may develop immediately after a traumatic experience, or after several weeks or months. The severity of symptoms may come and go over time.

Yale University School of Medicine - The Anlyan Center for Bio-Imaging Sciences 

Experience Real-Time fMRI 

Understanding Magnetic

Resonance Imaging

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How does this work...?

We teach strategies to deal with trauma-related thoughts and memories, and you use these strategies to develop control over your brain activity.

Over the course of 5 fMRI scans, you will practice these control techniques and receive real-time feedback.

Neurofeedback allows participants to gain control over their brain's response to stress.

Study compensation up to $790

Interested in participating?

Click the button below to take our screening survey!

HIC# 2000022668

Yale University Post Traumatic Stress Treatment and Research Laboratory

950 Campbell Ave. West Haven, CT 06516