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The Department of Psychology at New York University is looking for paid participants in an online psychology study that aims to better understand psychiatric disorders, in particular OCD and anxiety. Unlike most studies, it does not matter if you also suffer from one or more other psychiatric disorders, as long as you currently have symptoms of OCD or GAD. Prior to taking part in the study, you must speak with a trained clinician over the telephone, who will assess your eligibility for this study by asking you questions that relate to mental health. You must have a U.S.
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This study is looking for patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) to participate in a study using transcranial magnetic stimulation. The study may help researchers develop ways to effectively treat OCD noninvasively. Participants will be evaluated by a licensed psychiatrist and qualified study coordinator.
There is no cost to participate and participants will be compensated.
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Alec Pollard, PhD
Founder and Director, Saint Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute Anxiety Disorders Center
Professor, Community and Family Medicine at Saint Louis University
Dr. Pollard gives advice to family members who live with someone who refuses treatment for OCD and anxiety disorders Dr. Pollard gives advice to family members who live with someone who refuses treatment for OCD and anxiety disorders and explains a strategy that teaches family members to shape treatment-seeking behavior in someone with an anxiety disorder.
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