Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior Precision Medicine Initiative
The purpose of this study is to identify the subtypes of Hair Pulling Disorder and Skin Picking Disorder
that are most common among individuals diagnosed with these disorders. In particular, we are interested in identifying the neural, neurocognitive, genetic, behavioral, and environmental targets of these disorders. For this study, we are recruiting adults (18-65 years of age) with Hair Pulling Disorder and/or Skin Picking disorder. Your participation would include two study visits. These visits would involve interviews, computerized tasks, a blood draw, and MRI scans. Participants will receive up to $200 for their time. Parking costs will also be reimbursed.