Impulsiveness and Suicide of Young Adults with Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder may increase suicide risk, especially in young adults. Impulsiveness and suicidal thoughts can create a higher risk and make it harder to control thoughts of suicide. Research is needed to learn how bipolar disorder may be connected to impulsiveness and suicidal thoughts. The information we gain may aid future patients.
- All genders
- 7 to 17 years old
- Volunteers with special conditions
- In Person
Who can participate?
Gender: All genders
Age: 7 to 17 years old
Volunteers: Volunteers with special conditions
Location: In Person
- Ages 13 to 17 years old
- Diagnosis of bipolar disorder
- History of suicide attempt or suicidal thoughts in the past or present
- Have a working cell phone
- Able to attend in person at the University of Utah
- Unwilling to wear a device for 30 days
- History of head injury
- Current unstable medical condition or other mental health issues
- Current substance abuse
- Pregnant or breastfeeding
Will I be paid for my time?