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Affective Disorders Clinical Trials

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

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Mindfulness Group-based Intervention for Early Psychosis

The purpose of this multi-site RCT is to determine the effectiveness of the MAC group intervention on reducing psychotic disorder symptomatology (primary outcome) as well as promoting quality of life, critical skills for recovery and decreasing mental health service utilization (secondary outcomes) for transitional aged youth (16-25 years old) experiencing ...

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Texting for Relapse Prevention

Schizophrenia is among the 20 most debilitating illnesses worldwide, responsible for 1% of the global burden of disease. Schizoaffective disorder (SAD) affects an additional 0.2% to 1.1% of adults. As many as four out of five people who have schizophrenia or SAD relapse within 5 years of recovery from their ...

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Peer Support for Exercise in Older Veterans With Psychotic Disorders

Anticipated Impacts on Veteran's Healthcare: Older Veterans with psychotic disorders face unique barriers to engagement in health-promoting activities, including prototypical features of psychosis (e.g., negative symptoms, medication side effects) and exacerbating features of the aging process (e.g., increased medical comorbidity, declines in musculoskeletal health). It is critical to develop strategies ...

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Brain Stimulation and Cognitive Training

People with serious mental illness often report difficulties with thinking skills like memory. These difficulties can make it harder to perform day-to-day activities. The purpose of this study is to test whether combining a type of non-invasive brain stimulation with computerized cognitive exercises is acceptable to participants, and whether it ...

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Effect of a Psychological Intervention on Antiretroviral Therapy and Mental Health Outcomes in HIV-positive Adults in Zimbabwe

Common mental disorders are highly prevalent among people living with HIV. Left untreated, common mental disorders cause substantial disability and undermine individuals' ability to adhere to antiretroviral therapy, leading to poor antiretroviral therapy outcomes. A recent cluster-randomized controlled trial from Harare, Zimbabwe showed that the friendship bench intervention (i.e. six ...

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Behavioural Activation for Bipolar Depression: A Case Series

Bipolar Disorders affect around 2% of the population. Most people with Bipolar experience depression; these periods can cause difficulties with relationships, work and daily life. Psychological therapies for "unipolar" depression (for people who experience depression but never mania or hypomania) are widely available, but there is little research in to ...

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An Eye Tracking Study of Affective Disorder Patients With Suicide Risk

This research tries to investigate the validity and reliability of eye-tracking technologies by using different paradigms (eg. free-view, pro-saccade and anti-saccade) which served as a novel way of evaluating suicide risk among affective disorder patients including bipolar and unipolar depression. All the participants including health control will be assessed by ...

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Content-free Speech Analysis for Measurement of Mental Health

Participants with and without pre known mental disorders will be recruited and analyzed with speech analysis and conventional psychological instruments, as primary measurement the SCL-90-Scale, as secondary instruments the PRIME-MD (explicit in use the PHQ-9 for depressive symptoms and the GAD-7 for anxiety), B5T and an ADHD-VAS-Score (t0). Then the ...

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Efficacy of Convulsive Therapies for Bipolar Depression

The study will involve a randomized, double blind, non-inferiority clinical trial with two treatment arms conducted in three academic institutions (the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, Ontario; the Parkwood Institute in London, Ontario; and University of British Columbia (UBC) Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia). The investigators ...

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Hostile Interpretation Bias Training to Treat Irritability

This trial lays the foundation for a preliminary test of efficacy of IBT on irritability by establishing IBT's neurocognitive treatment targets: hostile interpretation bias and response in the neural threat-learning system. The design is a single-blinded, randomized controlled trial of IBT on its targets. The study will have four arms, ...

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