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A Year in the Life: A Longitudinal Research Study Looking at Patterns of Symptom Changes Over Time

We are studying what factors influence mood and cognitive changes in individuals diagnosed with affective and psychotic disorders such as bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. We use a smart phone application to characterize and better understand these changes.

Intensive Real-Time Computational Phenotyping in Individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder

In our research study, we want to learn more about social and environmental effects on mood instability, affect and emotion regulation, interpersonal relationships and self control. We are studying whether behavioral measures and ecological momentary assessments acquired via smartphone can predict the course of behaviors, and contextual factors in those who experience frequent changes in mood and in individuals with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) or associated symptoms.

Depression and Healthy Controls, a Neuroimaging Study

The purpose of this research study is to identify biological pathways associated with unipolar and bipolar depression and related mental health conditions, and to study whether different experiences of depression are expressed in different brain structures and functions.This study will combine neuroimaging  to identify biological pathways and structured clinical interviews to identify biological pathways associated with unipolar and bipolar depressions.