Associative Threat Learning: Measuring Mechanisms for Treating Threat-based Psychopathologies

This Study is
No Longer Enrolling


This study plans to learn more about how performance on a behavioral task, the Facial Affect Salience Task (FAST, may predict responses to a 12-session course of exposure therapy in young adult females with social anxiety disorder. If the task can predict responses to treatment, we should see that demonstrated in how adults behavior during and after the therapy course. We should also see that reflected in how their brain responds. This study will not test wither the treatment therapy works. It is just the first step before a formal clinical test can be done. Participation involves: * Three study visits * 12-session therapy course




You may be eligible if you: *Are female/designated female at birth *Are between 18-25 years old *Have not had any children *Experience social anxiety

Type of Study

Basic Science


Brain Imaging Center (BIC)
Childrens Hospital Colorado

Study ID

Protocol Number: 21-2631

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