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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Clinical Trials

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Posttraumatic Stress Disorders in Police Correctional Service Officers and 911 Operators

Police officers, correctional service officers, and 911-operators are at increased risk for suffering from trauma-related disorders due to their direct and indirect exposure to life-threatening events, such as shootings, violent assaults, or car accidents, among others. Typical treatments for post-traumatic stress disorders include psychotherapy and pharmacological therapies (i.e., antidepressants). Although ...

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Behavioral Activation + Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD and Comorbid MDD

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is the psychological condition most commonly comorbid with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD and MDD comorbidity is associated with greater symptom severity, lower levels of functioning, greater disability, and increased suicide potential relative to PTSD or MDD alone. Unfortunately, no psychological treatment intervention specifically addresses this ...

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Interventions for Parent Caregivers of Injured Military/Veteran Personnel

This randomized clinical trial will test a behavioral caregiving intervention that has been used successfully for dementia and spinal cord injury caregivers to provide services to stressed and burdened parent caregivers of post 9/11 service members/veterans. This intervention is six intensive individual sessions that will teach problem solving, cognitive restructuring ...

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Examining the Effects of Reduced Environmental Stimulation on Anxiety

The human brain is constantly bombarded with sensory information from the external world. This series of studies aim to explore the effects of reducing environmental stimulation using specially designed floatation pools that minimize visual, auditory, tactile, proprioceptive, and thermal input to the brain. Previous research has shown that "floating" in ...

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Neuroeconomics of Social Behavior Following Trauma Exposure

Impaired social functioning is a frequent and disabling sequela of trauma-related disorders. PTSD is associated with a high rate of severe impairment in quality of life relative to other anxiety disorders, including panic disorder, social phobia, and OCD, with particularly marked impairment in social quality of life. Mounting evidence indicates ...

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CPT-fMRI Study for PTSD

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) develops when a constellation of symptoms persist following exposure to traumatic events such as actual or threatened death, serious injury, and sexual violation, leading to significant interference with occupational and social functioning. Epidemiological data indicate that the rate of lifetime PTSD in Canada is approximately 9.2%, ...

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Examining the Effect of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder on Vascular Function and Exercise Tolerance

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a disabling psychiatric condition characterized by a persistent maladaptive reaction resulting from exposure to severe psychological stress. It has been revealed that individuals with PTSD, in addition to adverse mental health symptoms, also possess higher prevalence rates for physical comorbidities such as hypertension, obesity, diabetes, ...

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Doxazosin for PTSD and Alcohol Use Disorder

As a result of sustained operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, there are an increasing number of U.S. military personnel and Veterans at risk of developing both posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and an alcohol use disorder (AUD). If left untreated, individuals with PTSD/AUD are at risk of developing other mental health ...

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A Study of Brain Aging in Vietnam War Veterans

The overall long-term goal of this project is to prevent AD, which affects almost 50% of the US population over 85 years of age, and is the most common cause of dementia. Clinical signs and symptoms of AD include cognitive impairments, especially memory and emotional disturbances. In order to accomplish ...

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Essential Hypotension and Allostasis Registry

DEFINITIONS ARTERIAL BLOOD PRESSURE CLASSIFICATION Arterial Blood Pressure (ABP) is a complex physiological variable in regard to its measure, behavior between BP taken in the same visit at the office and between these and ABPM, chronobiology (different day time BP levels), evolution in time, meaning and classification. Not appropriate approach ...

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