Subject Recruitment for Research Project
Subject Recruitment for Research Project on “Effects of Photoneuromodulation on Cognitive Functions”
Are you experiencing memory problem? Are you often forgetful? Or have you been diagnosed with dementia?
Do you want to try a non-drug and painless experimental treatment?
The Neuropsychology Laboratory of the Department of Psychology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong collaborates with the Harvard University in the United States to investigate the effects of photoneuromodulation on functional activity and executive functions of adult brains. The research project "Effectsof Photoneuromodulation on Cognitive Functions" is based on the recent research results in the United States and is currently conducted in Hong Kong.
Target participants are adults who are over forty years old with subjective memory complaints or had suffered or are suffering from brain disorders including mild cognitive impairment, dementia, brain trauma, etc. Interested parties are hereby invited to participate free of charge.
The study begins in June and the details are as follows:
1. Participants will be administered neuropsychological tests that measure brain activity.
2. After the test, the participants will receive treatment twice per week, about one hour each time. We will fix a photoneuromodulation device onto the participant's head. Such treatment will not cause any pain and has no adverse effect.
3. After completing all treatments, the participants will be administered the neuropsychological tests again and receive a verbal report on their progress.
If you are interested in participating in this study, or would like to learn more, please contact Miss Mui at 5617-9074 by call or WhatsApp . You may also complete and submit the online enrolment form (click here).
After screening, participants will receiveour call to confirm appointment for assessment and treatment.