Examining Inhibition and Activation in Goal-Directed Behavior in Caregivers of Individuals with Brain Injury

The Behavioral Inhibition System/Behavioral Activation System (BIS/BAS) is a questionnaire that measures the degree to which an individual avoids fear evoking situations and approaches pleasurable experiences.

This study will take 20-30 minutes to complete.

Inclusion Criteria

In order to participate in this study, participants must meet the following requirements:


·     Is a caregiver to an individual with a brain injury.

·     Living in a private residence with the person for whom they am caring.

·     Provide care to this person on a regular basis.

·     Fluent in English.


Participants will not be paid for participating in this study.

Research Categories
Traumatic Brain Injury
Acquired Brain Injury
Healthy Volunteers
Actively Recruiting