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New study investigating the effects of a new type of treatment.

Posted on 12 September 2019 by Helen Eadie

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Researchers at the University of Nottingham are examining the effects of a novel type of treatment based upon entirely safe non-invasive brain stimulation. Are you aged between 14-32 years old and show very frequent tics (as frequent as every minute of the day)? You will be paid an inconvenience allowance for your time and there is a travel budget to help with travel costs.  Your participation and feedback regarding the effects of this could help researchers develop an effective and cheap treatment for tics.  Please, contact Barbara Morera lpxbm1@nottingham.ac.uk if interested.  


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