Adapted from Simons et al,. 2012 Human Brain Mapping
Given the influential role of learning and memory on pain outcomes in youth with chronic pain, the goal of the current study is to examine the process of aversive learning in adolescents with pain in comparison to healthy controls. This study utilizes brain imaging (fmri) and psychophysical (skin conductance) measures to assess functional circuit and physiological changes associated with altered learning and memory patterns.
Current status: Enrollment is active.
Funding source: National Institutes of Health
If you are interested in learning more or participating in the study, please contact Corey Kronman.