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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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The Effectiveness of Mindfulness Based Cognitive Group Therapy for Social Anxiety Symptoms in People Living With Alopecia Areata

Alopecia areata (AA) is an immunological disorder which is characterised by round/oval patches of non-scarring hair loss. People living with AA are at higher risk of developing depression, anxiety and social phobia than the general population (Koo et al., 1994; RuizDoblado, Carrizosa, & GarcaHernndez, 2003). Interventions that aim to reduce ...

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Improving Quality of Life for Veterans With Stroke and Psychological Distress

The study has three aims. The first aim is to develop a client-centered, behavioral stroke self-management program (I'm Whole) for Veterans with stroke and psychological distress (e.g., symptoms of anxiety and/or depression). This will be done using expert input from a multidisciplinary team of a clinical psychologist, nurse practitioner, exercise ...

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Computer-Delivered PFI for Anxiety Sensitivity/Alcohol Intervention for Hazardous Drinkers With Elevated Anxiety Sensitivity

Hazardous alcohol consumption is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths in the United States. Further, it is highly comorbid with anxiety and depressive symptoms and disorders; hazardous alcohol use is associated with increased anxiety/depression. Indeed, 'affectively-vulnerable hazardous drinkers' (i.e., drinkers with elevated negative mood states or psychopathology) are ...

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RECOVERY: A Transdiagnostic Intervention for Anxiety and Depression

The effectiveness of a Transdiagnostic Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment will be compared with an improved version of it, in which new intervention techniques were added, pointing out the importance of improving some self-concept dimensions in reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. In order to prove this, the study design will include two ...

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Opioid Treatment and Recovery Through a Safe Pain Management Program

Opioid prescription drug abuse has become a major public health concern in the United States with mortality rates from fatal overdoses reaching epidemic proportions. This opioid crisis coincides with national efforts to improve management of chronic non-cancer pain. The net result, however, has been ever-growing increases in medical expenditures related ...

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Neurobiological Mechanisms of Aging and Stress on Prospective Navigation

Two hallmarks of both healthy aging and age-related disease are 1) memory and navigational deficits, particularly in orienting towards goal locations and planning how to navigate to them, and 2) increased susceptibility to stress and altered regulation of the stress response. However, there are marked individual differences in these age-related ...

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Treating Phobia With Multivoxel Neuro-reinforcement

The objective of this study is to use the novel approach of neuro-reinforcement based on decoded fMRI information to reduce fear responses to fearful stimuli (e.g., spiders, heights) in individuals with phobias, directly and unconsciously in the brain, without repeatedly exposing participants to their feared stimuli. Specific Aims (1) confirm ...

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Virtual Reality in Plastic Surgery: Pain Control and Augmented Satisfaction

Patients who are undergoing minor plastic surgery procedures will be assigned to either wear a virtual reality device or to listen to music of their choice. Patients will still get the standard lidocaine/novocaine numbing agent. Patients will be asked questions about their anxiety level and pain level. Heart rate and ...

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