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The effects of a single dose of selegiline on reward /emotional processing

07 October 2019

This study aims to investigate the effects of a single dose of selegiline on the way we process rewarding situations and emotion.

The study would be divided into a 1.5 hour screening visit to confirm eligibility for the study and a research visit.

During the research visit, participants will be given a single dose of a drug called selegiline and will then be asked to perform some computerized psychological tasks. This should take three hours. Time and travel expenses will be reimbursed.


  • No current medical condition
  • Age: 18-40 years
  • No history of psychological disorder

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Ethical approval

Oxford University Medical Sciences Division Approval Reference - R64689-RE002

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