NAPLS II: Predictors and Mechanisms of Conversion to Psychosis
The purpose of this study is to increase our ability to identify patients at clinical high-risk for the development of a psychotic disorder and to investigate neurobiological changes that underlie the emergence of a psychotic disorder.
Major inclusion/exclusion criteria
Healthy Control Subjects
Study participation will consist of an initial screening followed by 5 visits over 2 years. Study visits can be arranged around your schedule. Study participation will involve answering questions about your physical and mental health, computerized tests of memory, attention, social skills and problem solving ability, as well as EEG and MRI. A blood draw will occur at three of the visits. You will be monetarily compensated for your time spent in the study.
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