ParticipationParticipating in any of our investigations involves a mutually beneficial relationship with the SMU Anxiety Research & Treatment Program. Participants will be adequately compensated for their time and efforts devoted to helping us learn more about the nature and treatment of anxiety and related problems. Depending on the study, participants may receive monetary remuneration, comprehensive diagnostic interviews and assessments at no cost, or treatment at no cost.
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