Eye-tracking and Brain Imaging Studies of Social Cognition in Schizophrenia and related disorders
Our lab is conducting a series of studies that investigate how specific brain regions are related to functioning in work, school, and in other social situations. As a study participant, you will be asked to complete clinical and neuropsychological assessments, an eye-tracking task, and a non-invasive MRI scan. Study participants earn between $15-50/hour for their time.
You may be eligible if you are between the ages of 16 and 55 and either:
a. Have a diagnosis of Schizophrenia b. Have been: • experiencing any unusual thoughts, feelings, sights and/or sounds • experiencing increasing difficulty keeping up with your school, work, and/or social life • withdrawing from family and/or friends • or have a family member diagnosed with schizophrenia c. Have no history of any major psychiatric diagnosis
For more information, or to learn if you are eligible for one of our studies, email us at
recruitmeDSCLab@nyspi.columbia.edu or call us at at 646-774-5432 or click here