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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (9) clinical trials

The Role of Cognitive Control in the Transdiagnostic Conceptualization of "Intrusive Thoughts"

The primary aims of this study are to utilize self-report and behavioral measures to examine whether cognitive control is a common factor across three types of repetitive negative thinking (RNT): obsessions in OCD, worries in GAD, and ruminations in MDD. Specifically, the investigators aim to test whether individuals with obsessions, ...

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CALM for Pregnant and Post-Partum Women

Setting and Sample Women will be recruited from six clinics in Alameda County that provide prenatal care. In clinic settings, women will be approached by a trained and culturally sensitive research graduate student researchers (GSRs) to determine their interest and eligibility for CALM participation based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. ...

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Attention Training for Underserved Youth With Anxiety

The main aim of this pilot study is to examine the feasibility, tolerability, and acceptability of a computerized attention training program for children who have clinically elevated anxiety. Youth from a rural Latino community, with significant anxiety symptoms (N = 52) will be randomized to an active attention bias modification ...

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Sublingual Cannabidiol for Anxiety

Cannabis has been used for medicinal purposes across many cultures for a range of disorders dating as far back as 2700 B.C. The plant is comprised of a variety of components, including phytocannabinoids that act on CB1 and CB2 receptors. Numerous phytocannabinoids are present in cannabis, including the major psychoactive ...


Treatments for Anxiety: Meditation and Escitalopram

Mindfulness meditation treatments have been growing in popularity and becoming widely disseminated, and people with anxiety are interested in mindfulness. A benefit of mindfulness interventions is that they can be provided outside of a mental health setting, which may make them more acceptable to patients. Although mindfulness meditation is gaining ...


Using Virtual Reality in Exposure-Based Treatment for Social Anxiety in Youth

Lifetime prevalence of social anxiety disorder in adolescents is estimated to be 8.6%, with the most common age of onset being ages 15-17. Social anxiety disorder is related to significant functional impairment and, if untreated, puts youth at risk for depression and substance abuse, and results in failure to meet ...

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Randomized Trial of Music to Decrease Anxiety During Radiation Treatment

Receiving radiotherapy induces anxiety in at least 1/3 of patients who did not have a previously existing anxiety condition1. Female gender is a positive predictive factor for psychosocial decline during radiotherapy. One-fourth of patients disrupt their planned radiotherapy treatment course due to anxiety. Music therapy has demonstrated effectiveness in reducing ...

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Mindfulness and HEP in Dialysis Patients With Depression and Anxiety

Background Dialysis patients are prone to lower increased non-adherence, suicidal behavior, medical comorbidity, mortality and low quality of life. As a result of illness burden in dialysis, treatment is costly and resources for treatment allocation are on the rise. In the United States alone, costs per year of dialysis are ...

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Patient Receptiveness to Using Virtual Reality

Patients with moderate-severe pain will be approached with approval of nursing staff and front line nurse manager who determine their appropriateness for a trial of virtual reality (VR) exposure for up to 30 minutes. The trial and use of VR will be explained after meeting the inclusion criteria and they ...

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