Risk Formalisms & Decision-Making in Schizophrenia and Non-Psychiatric Participants

Study Overview

The purpose of this study is to better understand the brain during decision-making in healthy people and people who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia.

Study Description

The purpose of this study is (1) to collect behavioral data on two tasks, in order to determine how reward value, probability, and variance risk impact decision-making, and (2) parse neural signatures for loss aversion, reward seeking, infrequency effects (less often an event occurs the more brain activity will be found when it does occur), value detection, risk evaluation, and loss probability.

Additional Information

This study takes place in Indianapolis, IN or Bloomington, IN.

Participants will be paid for their participation.

  • IRB Number: 1704978097
  • Research Study Identifier: TX7950
  • Principal Investigator: William Hetrick

Recruitment Status


Contact the research team to learn more about this study.

Fields marked with asterisk (*) are required

Please verify that you are not a bot.

By clicking "Contact Research Team", your contact information will be sent securely to the research staff associated with the study. You will also receive a copy of this email in your inbox, as well as other notifications to determine your participation status in the study.

Volunteer Sign up

Volunteer Registry

Create your profile and be matched to research opportunities

Register Now!

Contact Us

If you need help finding a study or have any questions, please contact us at inhealth@iu.edu or by phone at (888) 264-0005.