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Learning Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Learning 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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The purpose of this clinical research study if to determine the safety and effectiveness of an investigational study medication for the symptoms associated with plaque psoriasis Patient Inclusion Criteria: 18 years of age or older Have been diagnosed with plaque psoriasis for at least 6 months Are not taking oral ...

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Very Preterm Children With Language Delay and Parent Intervention

EPILANG is an open randomized controlled study, in which the final assessment of the children (endpoint) will be conducted by professionals blinded to the treatment group. Some eligible children will first be screened using the parental questionnaire at 24 months corrected age (CA) of the EPIPAGE 2 cohort. Children with ...

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Maturation of Auditory Processing in Children With Dyslexia Compared to Average-reading Children

The hypothesis of central auditory processing disorders has been advanced to explain the anomalies of the grapheme/phoneme combination in some dyslexia. These phonological disorders may be linked to abnormalities of the efferent (medial olivocochlear) system modulation and of cortical asymmetry. Indeed, the efferent system has an asymmetry in relation to ...

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Direct Instruction Language for Learning in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a chronic condition of early childhood onset defined by social impairment and repetitive behavior, and affecting 6 to 14 children per 1000 worldwide. Language and communication impairments are among the most common parental concerns about their children with ASD. Untreated language impairments are also predictive ...

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Motor Learning and Brain Changes in Autism

Participants: Participants will include 30 adolescents with ASD (14-18 years of age). Exclusion criteria consists of engaging in more than 2 hours/week of balance training activities (i.e., yoga, tai chi, Wii/Kinect balance games) at study start. Each individual will receive a pre-training magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. Participants will be ...

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Effects of Delta-9 Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on Retention of Memory for Fear Extinction Learning in PTSD: R61 Study

The total time that for each participant involved in this study is 5 visits, as outlined below Visit 1: Questionnaires, Screening, and Orientation: During this visit the potential participant will learn about the study procedures, sign the informed consent documents, and fill out a packet of forms that ask about ...

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e-Unstuck:Interactive e-Learning Software for Parents to Support Executive Functioning and Behavior Regulation in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Background and Significance: The current prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder is 1 in 68 children, and 69% of these children do not have an intellectual disability (ASDwoID). Individuals with ASDwoID are at considerable risk for maladaptive adult outcomes (e.g., unor underemployment), and executive functioning (EF) impairments significantly contribute to this ...

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Asthma Learning Project

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect on knowledge and behavior of playing an educational asthma computer game during a pediatric Emergency Department (ED) asthma visit among children ages 7 - 15 years. The ED cares for a high-risk population of children who have difficulty accessing preventive ...

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Clinical Trial of Efficacy and Safety of Tenoten for Children in the Treatment of Specific Developmental Disorders of Scholastic Skills in Children

Purpose of the study: To assess efficacy of Tenoten for children in children with specific developmental disorders of scholastic skills. To assess safety of Tenoten for children in children with specific developmental disorders of scholastic skills.

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COR-PRIM: Problem-based Learning (PBL) After Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) - Long-term Evaluation in Primary Care of Self-care

Even though the convincing evidence of that self-care such as regular exercise and/or stop smoking alters the course of events after an event of coronary heart disease (CHD), risk factors remain. Outcomes can improve if core components of secondary prevention programmes are structurally pedagogically applied using adult learning principles e.g. ...

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