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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 (357) clinical trials

Treating Depression and Anxiety in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Pathway

Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) services aim to improve heart disease patients' health and quality of life, and reduce the risk of further cardiac events. Depression and anxiety (distress) are common among CR patients: 37% of patents have significant anxiety and/or depressive symptoms. Distressed patients are at greater risk of death, further ...

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Decreasing REcurrent Pain and Anxiety in Medical Procedures With a Pediatric Population: a Pilot Study

BACKGROUND Injuries, including burns, are the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in children. They are associated with a lot of pain that is difficult to treat and can impede recovery, cause high levels of anxiety and alter future pain behaviors, resulting, at times, in chronic pain, paresthesia, or depression. ...

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Cognitive vs. Emotional Psychopharmacological Manipulations of Fear vs. Anxiety

Objective The overall aim of this protocol is to examine the effect of pharmacological manipulations of affective and cognitive processes on anxiety and task performance. Ultimately, the goal is 1) to provide insight into the relative influence of cognitive and affective states on anxiety, 2) generate theoretical models that can ...

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Neurofunctional Predictors of Escitalopram Treatment Response in Adolescents With Anxiety

The long-term goal of this study is to explore the neurobiological basis of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) using a validated functional MRI (fMRI) paradigm and functional connectivity analyses with a cohort of GAD patients and healthy subjects and generating feasibility and preliminary data regarding treatment-related effects of escitalopram on brain ...

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Neuroplasticity in an Extended Amygdala Network as a Target Mechanism for Attention Bias Modification Outcome

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common psychological disorders. Underlying anxiety is an increased attentional bias to threat, which has been identified as a causal contributor in the development of anxiety. Given this causal relationship, attention bias modification was introduced as a treatment option where anxiety is reduced by ...

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A Standardized Meditation Technique "Body-scan" in the Management of Anxiety in Hospitalized Parkinsonian Patients

Neuropsychiatric and behavioral non motor symptoms are common in PD often requiring hospitalization and/or specific drug management. Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) programs have proved to be efficacious in PD both for the management of motor and non-motor symptoms. This is however the case only in out-patients and by using standardized ...

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CBT for Young Mothers

Up to 50% of women who become parents during the teenage years suffer from mental disorders after the birth of their children. While they most commonly develop depression, anxiety problems and substance use disorders are also common, and in many cases they are comorbid. A significant proportion of these young ...

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Experiential Training for Community Therapists

The primary goal of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and acceptability of employing an experiential training approach that targets community mental health therapists' attitudes toward and use of exposure therapy. In addition to assessing attitudes and use of exposure therapy, the study will evaluate the feasibility of recruitment, ...

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Music vs Midazolam During Preop Nerve Block Placement

The general flow of the study will be conducted as follows: Research coordinator will call or approach patients who are scheduled for a surgical procedure that is planning for a peripheral nerve block either for the primary anesthetic or for postoperative pain control to be placed in the preoperative bay ...

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Spatial Context and Fear Learning

Objective To examine the processes involved in distinguishing between threatening and safe conditions, we aim to investigate the neural bases of contextual fear learning using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). To do this, we will study behavioral, physiological, and brain responses as aversive stimuli are encountered in a virtual environment, ...

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