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The influence of Antidepressants (citalopram) on Emotional Processing about the Self

Trial categories: Brain

Sponsoring organisation: University of Oxford

The effect of acute citalopram on self-referential emotional processing and social cognition in healthy volunteers

Who can Participate?

We are looking for Healthy Volunteers aged 18-45 years.

What Does Taking Part Involve?

We will ask you to attend two sessions for approximately 7 hours in total. In the first session we will ask you some questions about your current health and medical history to check your suitability for the study.

If you are female, we will also ask you to take a pregnancy test. In the second session you will take the study tablet and complete some psychological tasks on the computer.

You will be compensated for your time and travel.

Tel: 01865 618335

Email: jessica.obrien@psych.ox.ac.uk / indra.vanassche@bnc.ox.ac.uk