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Clinical Study Volunteer Opportunities


Now Recruiting Participants for NIH Study on Anxiety

Are You Anxious or Know Someone Who Is? Significant worry or discomfort in everyday situations can become serious enough to be considered an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders include panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder. This research study seeks to understand how people respond to different stressful situations. OPTIONAL: Some participants may enroll in a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) research study that examines if CBT changes reactions under stress.

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Now Recruiting Participants for NIH Study of Toddler Language Development

Researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health are seeking toddlers 12 or 18 months of age with language delays (i.e., no words at 18 months, limited vocalizations at 12 months) or typical development to participate in a study examining communication development. Most children with language delays do not develop autism.

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