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Anger Clinical Trials

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Found (5) clinical trials

Computerized Anger-Reduction Treatment for Smoking Cessation

The current proposal seeks to evaluate an eight-session, computerized, anger-focused intervention for smokers (Anger Reduction Treatment or ART). The investigators will administer this intervention to smokers (N = 114) who are interested in quitting and have elevated levels of trait anger. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive either: (1) ...

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Treatment of Trauma-Related Anger

Poorly controlled anger is a common problem with often devastating effects in Veterans who have served in a warzone. Adverse consequences include increased risk for divorce, domestic violence, job loss and instability, and other serious impairments in family, social, and occupational functioning. Recent evidence indicates that anger and aggression are ...

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Mobile Health Application for Family and Behavioral Health Provider Communication

Purpose: we will examine feasibility, tolerability, utilization, and effectiveness of using the SupportTeam mobile application in the context of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for veterans with PTSD. Participants: (N=100) 50 veterans who have served in the military since October 2001 and have PTSD with anger problems; and 50 collateral family ...

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Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) for Soldiers With Combat-Related Symptoms

The purpose of this double-blind randomized control research study is to determine if CES given in a group setting for soldiers experiencing irritability is effective to reduce the symptom of irritability.

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Mindfulness Treatment for Anger in Veterans With PTSD

Military Veterans suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) have been shown to exhibit increases in aggressive urges, difficulties managing anger, and difficulties controlling violent behavior. Dysregulated anger and aggression can create fear and distress in spouses, family members, and friends resulting in strained and deteriorated relationships, and can have a ...

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