Last updated on March 2019

Efficacity of Cognitive Remediation Treatment Compared to a Controlled Group in Young Patient With Anorexia Nervosa

Brief description of study

The aim of research is to test in a randomized clinical trial with active sessions, the efficacy of cognitive remediation therapy in children anorexia nervosa compared to a controlled group. The investigators want to confirm the efficacy of cognitive remediation treatment in children's flexibility problems.

Detailed Study Description

In this research, the investigators want to evaluate remediation cognitive therapy in anorexia nervosa compared to a controlled group (relaxation) based on different factors that testified the cognitive improvement of patients: one week after therapy, six months after and one year after.

Those factors are:

Weight, perfectionism and food symptomatology, temperament, therapeutic alliance and change motivation, clinical evolution of anorexia nervosa, self esteem, executive functions, neuropsychological performance (flexibility and central coherence).

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02400541

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Paris, France

Recruitment Status: Closed

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