Publication date: Nov 28, 2019
This study will use a stress (vs. placebo) exposure model, paired with single-session sham vs. active rTMS at two distinct cortical locations (dlPFC vs. mPFC in parallel groups) to assess whether rTMS neuromodulation at these alternative loci differentially influence stress-reactivity and opioid reinforcement in non-treatment seeking participants with OUD. Stress-reactivity will be measured using cognitive, affective, behavioral and biological phenotypes.
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