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Anxiety Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Anxiety 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 (7) clinical trials

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation and Fear Extinction

Most effective behavioral treatments of disordered anxiety involve repeated exposure to feared stimuli, which often results in systematic reductions in fearful responding to said stimuli. It is believed that this process results from successful fear extinction, a well-characterized learning process that is mediated by fear extinction brain circuitry. Namely, fear ...

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Virtual Reality Pediatric Orthopaedic Outpatient Procedures

Immediately following recruitment, demographic data and diseased related information (ie. location of cast/hardware, reason for cast/hardware placement and location and reason for botox injection) will be collected through self and/or guardian report. All data will be collected using REDCap (research electronic data capture). Using a parallel group design, patients will ...

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Brain Response Associated With Parent-based Treatment for Childhood Anxiety Disorders

Specific Aims: Anxiety disorders impact up to one-third of children, cause tremendous suffering, increase risk for psychiatric and medical morbidity, impair school and social functioning, and cost billions of dollars each year. Data consistently show that child anxiety is characterized by amygdala hyperactivity and deficits in prefrontal control of the ...

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Creating Resilient Workplaces Study

The current proposal plans to implement and evaluate a CBT intervention for building workplace resilience by preventing symptoms of PTSD and related conditions in Public Safety Personnel (police, firefighters, and paramedics), in Manitoba, Canada. The intervention used in this study is the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Mindfulness (CBTm) Course. Participants ...

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Managing Stress With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Depression and anxiety are highly prevalent in IBD, with depression rates almost twice as high for those with IBD compared to the general community, and an estimated 30% overall with depression or anxiety. Perceived stress is a factor in the development of anxiety and depression. These comorbid conditions complicate management ...

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Exercising With Anxiety: Can Cognitive Behavioural Techniques Help People With Anxiety-related Disorders Exercise More?

Exercise is a time- and cost-efficient alternative to other evidence-based treatments for anxiety (e.g., psychotherapy, pharmaceutical) that also is associated with physical health benefits. Exercise protocols such as resistance training (RT) are efficacious at reducing symptoms of anxiety-related disorders (ARDs); however, there are challenges associated with effectively implementing such protocols, ...

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Personalized Feedback for Distress Intolerant Smokers

The primary goal of the research study is to investigate the efficacy of a brief, personalized computer-delivered transdiagnostic intervention (PFI) that addresses smoking and distress tolerance to reduce smoking, increase quit attempts, reduce perceived barriers to cessation, increase distress tolerance, reduce anxiety/depressive symptoms, and increase adaptive coping skills compared to ...

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