Antipsychotic medication and weight gain (ENTER Study)
About the study
This study aims to see if using a non-invasive brain stimulation called tDCS commonly used in research, in combination with brain training exercises, can help to reduce food cravings in people who take antipsychotic medication.
What will it involve?
The study involves a short screening call to make sure you are eligible for the study. After this you would take part in a baseline assessment (~90 minutes), along with 5 treatment sessions lasting about 30 minutes each, followed up by a post-treatment assessment (~90 minutes) and a 15 minute follow-up call.
All assessments and treatment sessions take place in-person in Denmark Hill, London.
This study is no longer accepting applications
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