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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.


Found (239) clinical trials

Illness Representations in Patients With Bipolar Disorders

Bipolar disorder is a serious and chronic illness representing a major health problem with high mortality rates (Colom and Lam, 2005). According to the self-regulation model (Leventhal, Nerenz & Steel, 1986), patients had some representations of their illness which are cognitive and emotional. Cognitive representations include the set of beliefs ...

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Technology Enabled Collaborative Care for Youth

The overall objective is to develop scalable interventions to address the physical health needs of patients affected by first episode psychosis (FEP). The objective of this project is to conduct a feasibility study of a high intensity Technology-Enabled Collaborative Care (TECC) model compared to lower intensity self-help modules and email ...

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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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Mobile Virtual Positive Experiences for Anhedonia

Anhedonia is a symptoms dimension that characterizes many individuals suffering from depression, as well as some types of anxiety, psychosis, and substance use. Anhedonia refers to deficits in positive affect as observed through 1) loss of enjoyment in pleasurable activities and/or 2) loss of desire to engage in pleasurable activities. ...

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Improving Access to Psychiatric Care for Patients in Primary Care

Faced with the saturation of the psychiatric care system, who recognizes the key role of the GP in mental health. Three-quarters of prescriptions for antidepressants and anxiolytics are performed by GPs, but less than one in four people with depression have been diagnosed and treated appropriately. The GPs describe difficulties ...

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Cognitive Effects of Nimodipine in Patients With Schizophrenia

The main cognitive task of interest in this study is the N-back task because of the observed attenuation of prefrontal and parietal cortical activity after nimodipine administration in healthy subjects. Investigators hypothesize that acute nimodipine administration will improve cortical activation, which will lead to improved cognitive performance. The current study ...

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Brain Imaging to Understand the Role of Inflammation in N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) Treatment of Bipolar Depression

We are trying to understand what causes bipolar disorder and how medications treat bipolar depression. Particularly, we are looking at the importance of inflammation in the process. If you participate, you will have two different brain scans (MRI and PET scan). You will also have an experimental treatment for your ...

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Motivation and Skills Support (MASS)

This project will involve an examination of the impact of a mobile intervention to improve social functioning in schizophrenia using an evidence-based treatment framework to target deficits in social skills and social motivation. Social impairment is a key characteristic of schizophrenia, present prior to onset and predictive of long-term course. ...

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CARESS: An Investigation of Effects of CARESS

The conceptual framework for the study is built on a foundation of three models found in the literature. The first of these is Gross's model of emotional regulation (ER), a goal-oriented linear process allowing for interventions at different phases in the experience. The individual has choices to: (1) avoid a ...

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