Investigating effects of Ritalin and Strattera on Social Decision-Making and Learning
We are looking for participants in a study that investigates how the intake of a drug affects healthy volunteers making decisions for themselves, decisions that affect them and others, and their learning about others. To do so, we want to compare the effects of a single dose of a drug called Ritalin or a drug called Strattera to that of a placebo on computer tasks that measure decision-making and learning.
We are inviting young healthy volunteers, aged 18-35, who are: fluent in English, have no history of psychiatric/severe cognitive problems, and are non- or light smokers. We will reimburse you for your time and travel expenses. You will also have a chance to win additional money during the study.
This study has been approved by the Central University Research Ethics Committee (reference: R43997/RE001). The chief investigators are Prof Molly Crockett and Dr Andreas Kappes, joined by Dr Nadira Faber and Anne-Marie Nussberger amongst others.
If you are interested in participating in this study and/or would like further information, please contact the research team at firstname.lastname@example.org