Worth Knowing: The WRJ VA is looking for veterans with PTSD for paid study

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Does PTSD affect the way you think about other people? 

Have you ever experienced a life-threatening event?  Do you think you might have PTSD? The White River Junction Veterans' Administration Medical Center is looking for veterans with PTSD between the ages of 18-55 to participate in a research study to learn more about: 1) how the brain functions when individuals are thinking about other people and 2) whether these functions are different among people who have PTSD.

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The study includes one interview session at White River Junction VA and one brain scan at Dartmouth College.  You may be compensated for your time. 

For more information, contact: Laurie Waterman (Research coordinator) @ 802-296-6376 or Lauren Sippel (Principal investigator) @ 802-295-9363 x6082. Or email:  mood&anxiety@va.gov.

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