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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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Laughter Yoga Intervention for People With Major Depressive Disorder

72 community dwelling people with co-morbid symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress who are diagnosed and treated for major depressive disorder (MDD) will be recruited into the study from the Community Psychiatric Service (CPS) of Castle Peak Hospital. After baseline measurements, 36 participants will be randomly allocated into the Laughter ...

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IVIG and Rituximab in Antibody-associated Psychosis - SINAPPS2

Investigators propose a randomised double-blinded placebo-controlled trial to test the hypothesis that immunotherapy is an effective treatment of antibody-associated psychosis, either first episode of psychosis or relapse following previous remission. Immunotherapy for the trial consists of one cycle of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG: 2g/kg over days 1-4) followed by two infusions ...

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Rostral Dorsal Cingulum Bundle Connectivity in Patients With Bipolar Disorder Type I

The overall goal of this study is to employ diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) and tractography to investigate differences in connectivity in the rostral dorsal cingulum bundle (CB) in patients with bipolar disorder type I (BDI) compared to matched controls, and to utilize this information to determine if high-frequency deep brain stimulation ...

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Treating Insulin Resistance as a Strategy to Improve Outcome in Refractory Bipolar Disorder

This will be a 26-week randomized, double-blind, parallel group prospective study of the efficacy of metformin as add-on treatment in patients with insulin resistance ( IR) and non-remitting bipolar illness, conducted over three years. The investigators will compare the effects of metformin versus placebo on outcome in each patient, while ...

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Minocycline and Celecoxib as Adjunctive Treatments of Bipolar Depression

Bipolar disorder is a leading cause of disability worldwide. A high proportion of patients with bipolar disorder experience persistent depressive symptoms that do not respond to standard drug treatments. Recent evidence has suggested that anti-inflammatory treatment may reduce depressive symptoms. Minocycline is a tetracycline antibiotic with good central nervous system ...

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Family Focused Therapy for Teens at Risk for Bipolar Disorder

Children of parents with bipolar disorder (BD) have increased risk of developing BD themselves. BD in youth is associated with increased risk for suicidality, psychosis, substance abuse and compromised psychosocial functioning. In addition, offspring of parents with BD have an increased vulnerability for developing other psychopathology (e.g. major depression). At ...

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Minocycline and/or Omega-3 Fatty Acids Added to Treatment as Usual for At Risk Mental States

Primary hypothesis is that the persons with ARMS who are prescribed minocycline and / or Omega-3 fatty acids will have reduced transition rates to psychosis over a one year follow up period (from baseline) compared with Treatment-As-Usual (TAU). The transition rates will be lowest in the group receiving minocycline and ...

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Validation of a Cognitive Remediation Program for Bipolar Disorders

This study evaluates the effect of a new cognitive remediation program designed for patients suffering from a bipolar disorder, on cognitive functions, psychosocial functioning and neural processes. In this double-blind (patient, outcomes assessor) controlled randomized trial the investigators compare patients receiving the ECo program for bipolar disorders, to patients benefiting ...

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Trehalose as add-on Therapy in Bipolar Depression

This is an investigator-initiated parallel group pilot study. All patients will give a signed informed consent prior to initiation of any study procedure. Study setting: This unicentric pilot study will be carried out at the Bipolar Disorder Programme of the Hospital Clinic, University of Barcelona. Over 700 Bipolar Disorder patients ...

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Non-Invasive Direct Current Stimulation for Cognition in Schizophrenia

Cognitive functions and EEG correlates will be thoroughly assessed in schizophrenia patients undergoing a tDCS treatment and compared with patients receiving a placebo stimulation. The treatment will involve 20 minutes of tDCS application to the left prefrontal and temporo-parietal cortex, twice a day for five days, a procedure shown to ...

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