Do you have PTSD and experience sleep difficulties?
You may be eligible to participate in a research study looking at sleep problems in people with PTSD.
What does the research involve?
- One at home sleep study
- Two free overnight stays at the Monash Sleep Laboratory
You may be eligible if:
- You are 18 years of age or over
- Have a clinical diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder
- Snore regularly or stop breathing while you sleep
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Researchers are investigating how the brain and personality characteristics are assicuated with sensitivity to rewards and punishment in certain situations. If you experience OCD, are between 18 and 55, fluent in English, have normal or corrected vision, are not pregnant or breastfeeding, and have no history of alcohol/drug dependence, you may be eligible.
Participation will involve a phone interview to see if you are eligible, a 1 hour online survey to complete from home, and a full day session at Monash University involving an MRI scan that will safely take pictures of your brain, psychological questionnaires and computer tasks, abd a collection of saliva sample for genetic analysis.
You will be reimbursed with a $200 Coles/Myer voucher for participating in the study.
Research into Hoarding
People with hoarding tendencies are invited to take part in a Monash University research project.
This involves a one-hour taped interview with a female researcher (Meg Toogood).
Participants will each received $30 to cover personal expenses.
Are you a person whose parent has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?
Monash University is currently investigating the impact of parental Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in children. We are trying to find out more anout the experiences og having a parent with a mental illness and how it might impact on children's life and family life.
This is an important study because this information can be used to inform service providers to better support children and parents where a parent has a mental illness. This information will also be extremely useful to develop programs for people living with families with parental OCD.
We are looking for participanta (aged 12 years to adult), who have a parent with OCD.
You will nbe required to participate in a one off interview either a face-to-face or telephone itnerview, asking questions about mental illness and your family. The itnerview will last approximately 30-60 minutes,