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Reward Sensitivity and Cognitive Control in Bipolar Disorder

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Attentional Biases, Reward Sensitivity, and Cognitive Control in Adults With Bipolar Disorder

The purpose of this study is to use eye-tracking technology to study attentional biases, reward sensitivity, and cognitive control in adult patients with bipolar disorder with or without anxiety and/or substance use disorder comorbidity.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
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Device - Eye tracking

Subjects will be assessed for attentional biases, reward sensitivity, and cognitive control using eye tracking technology

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Attentional Biases, Reward Sensitivity, and Cognitive Control in Adults With Bipolar Disorder and Different Psychiatric Comorbidities: An Eye-Tracking Study

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NCT03829787

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