Brain and Body Responses to Stress Study
Join a Research Study: Enrolling locally from the Washington, D.C. metro region
The purpose of this research study is to better understand how the brain and body work when healthy volunteers feel anxious.
Research Participation Includes: 1-4 outpatient visits, computer tasks, and exposure to unpleasant stimuli. Researchers will assess changes in heart rate, muscle activity, sweat responses, and respiration.
Who Can Participate: Healthy volunteers between the ages of 18-50, who have no current psychiatric disorder and are free of certain medical conditions.
You may not be eligible if you are pregnant, have current drug or alcohol abuse, heart disease, neurological disease, or any health problems that would interfere with the study or make it unsafe for you.
The study is conducted at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The testing sessions may take up to 3 hours. There is no cost to participate and compensation is provided.
First Steps to Participate in Research: Learn study details, ask about your eligibility, and consent to participate.
- NIMH Protocol Number: 01-M-0185
- ClinicalTrials.gov Study Number: 00026559
Investigator(s): Christian Grillon, Ph.D.