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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.

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Found (5) clinical trials

R4Power: An Online Resilience Program for Adolescents

This study examines the feasibility of a 10-lesson web-based intervention, the R4Power program, and its effectiveness in preventing symptoms of depression and anxiety. The R4Power Program teaches cognitive and problem-solving skills covered in classroom based interventions, including the Penn Resiliency Program, that have been found to reduce or prevent symptoms ...

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Prazosin Use in Adults With Anxiety Disorders

Prazosin has shown effectiveness in treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder through improving sleep quality and global functioning. Given the significant evidence for its utility in treating PTSD, in combination with the fact that many anxiety symptoms overlap with PTSD (e.g.insomnia, hyperarousal, and irritability), it is essential to evaluate its potential effectiveness ...

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The Safety Efficacy and Tolerability of Microbial Ecosystem Therapeutic-2 in People With Major Depression and/or Generalized Anxiety Disorder

This study will measure the effects of MET-2 on symptoms of depression and anxiety using preand post-treatment scores for overall depression and anxiety and other symptoms of depression, such as sleep and anhedonia.

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Novel rTMS Intervention

The investigators propose that because rTMS to dlPFC is targeting cognitive neurocircuitry integral to adaptive cognitive functioning, promoting neuroplasticity in this network with rTMS could be more precisely optimized to improve quality of life across psychosocial domains and across neuropsychiatric presentations. The investigators postulate that through up-regulating cognitive control circuitry ...

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Generalization of Extinction Learning

Fear, whether it occurs in humans suffering from an anxiety disorder or in experimental models with rodents, is reduced by exposing the frightened organism to the fearful stimulus in the absence of any negative consequences (i.e., extinction, or exposure therapy). However, fear often renews when the feared stimulus is encountered ...

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