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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 (382) clinical trials

Process and Outcomes in CBT for Anxious and Depressed Youth

The current study will evaluate the efficacy of manual-based psychological therapies administered with youth with anxiety and mood problems. It will also assess the role of several mediators (e.g., coping skills, negative self-statements, parenting practices) hypothesized to maintain youth anxiety and depression. Youth (ages 7 - 16) diagnosed with a ...

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MindLight: A Video Game Intervention to Reduce Children's Anxiety

Over the next two years, the investigators will be collecting data on two samples, henceforth identified as the Clinical Sample and Prevention Sample. The laboratory protocol (pre, post, and follow-up) is the same for each; however the screening and recruitment are not. In this section, only those procedures and methods ...


It is a Prospective Study Aiming to Identify Incidence and Prevalence of Cardiovascular Diseases Changes in Physical Activity Dietary Habits and Anxiety Depression Levels Through a Period of Time in the Naval Personnel (PrOspeCtive HEllenic NAval PersoNnel StUdy in CardiovaScular Diseases)

Prospective study. Starting from 2014 all newly appointed 1st year cadets in Naval Academies will be enrolled until the class of 2025. Physical examination, food frequency questionnaire, physical activity questionnaire, anxiety/depression questionnaire, medical history will be filled out at first interview. Specific blood tests will be performed. Every participant will ...

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Prognostication of Need for Rehabilitation and Special Support in ICU Survivors

Every year, an estimated 5 million patients are treated in European Intensive Care Units (ICUs) yearly, with 40 000 in Swedish ICUs alone (1,2). As many as 50 % of ICU survivors suffer from new-onset physical, psychological or cognitive problems in the months or even years after ICU discharge, irrespective ...

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Effect of Cartoons on Preoperative Anxiety in Paediatric Patients.

After local ethics committee approval 60 patients scheduled for various types of surgery will be included. On the operation day patients are going to be evaluated in the preoperative preparation room. For anxiety evaluation the modified yale preoperative anxiety scale will be used. After this first evaluation patients are going ...

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Effects of an Live Music on the Perception of Noise in the SICU: A Patient Caregiver and Medical Staff Environmental Study

In this study, we are looking at the effect of the live music provided by a trained music therapist, created through incorporating the noises in the SICU - such as the beeping of the machines as part of the elements in the music, to organize the sound environment as well ...

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The Development of a Psychoeducational Tool to Manage Anxiety in People With Autism Spectrum Disorders

ASDs have a devastating impact on adaptive function current UK lifetime costs of supporting a person with an ASD, along with the opportunity costs of lost productivity, are estimated at 0.8-1.2 million per year (Knapp, Romeo, & Beecham, 2009). The impact of having an anxiety disorder has also been shown ...

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The Development of Skin Adhesive Patches for the Monitoring and Prediction of Mental Disorders

development of skin adhesive patches for the monitoring and prediction of mental disorders

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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression and Anxiety

About 10-20% of older patients in primary care suffer from symptoms of depression and/or anxiety. Depression and anxiety are associated with higher rates of cognitive decline, lower quality of life, increased medical comorbidity, and higher mortality rates in these patients. Given the world's aging population and consequent rapid increase in ...


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Social Phobia in People With Bipolar Disorder

Social phobia is a very prevalent anxiety disorder in people with bipolar disorder and is associated with adverse outcomes. Yet, social phobia is treatable by cognitive behavioural therapy or antidepressant medication. As antidepressants are often contra-indicated in people with bipolar disorder, cognitive behavioural therapy is the likely first choice treatment ...

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