Internal mood in brain injury, and the relationship of mood with social cognition
This study is recruiting participants to take part in a new study measuring internal mood (e.g. happiness, sadness, etc.) and examining the potential relationship between mood and social cognition (i.e. the ability to read social cues and emotion in others) in individuals with brain injury and healthy adults.
If you agree to take part in the study, you will complete one 90-minute session at the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences. Each session involves language and/or cognition testing, assessment of internal mood, social cognition testing, and an interview. Compensation for your time will be offered.
- IRB Number: 1904474523
- Research Study Identifier: TX10532
- Principal Investigator: Brielle Stark
Contact the research team to learn more about this study.
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