“Cognitive Flexibility Training for Persistent Pain: Neuroimaging Pilot (COFLEX-i)”
To determine whether a 5-week computer-based cognitive training intervention results in changes in resting-state functional connectivity (rsFC) within the brain networks.
Behavioral - Cognitive Training + fMRI
Consented subjects will be asked to participate in the study for up to five months. Patients will be consented at the Washington University Department of Anesthesiology and will be asked to complete baseline resilience, pain, and anxiety and depression questionnaires, along with cognitive tests by pencil and paper that will be administered by a member of the research team. The participants will also be required to complete a computer-based Trails-making test, Color Match test, and NCPT (Neurocog ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org
Cognitive Flexibility Training for Persistent Pain: Neuroimaging Pilot (COFLEX-i)