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Emotional Processing Clinical Trials

A listing of Emotional Processing 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 (27) clinical trials

Neurobiological Processing of Emotions in Major Depression

This study has the following aims: to compare the effects of two different therapeutic interventions (EMDR and Anti-Depressant Medication) on neurobiological processing of emotions adult patients with depression, as assessed through High Density -EEG (hdEEG) recording during administration of images expressing the emotions of sadness, anger, fear, joy, or neutral ...

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Remediation of Emotional Processing Deficits in MS

This study will test the effectiveness of an emotional processing intervention in individuals with MS in a double blind placebo controlled randomized clinical trial RCT). We will utilize an intervention which has been successfully used in other populations, including Schizophrenia and Traumatic Brain Injury. Our pilot data shows that this ...

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Effects of Seven Day Prucalopride Administration in Healthy Volunteers

This study will investigate whether seven days administration of the serotonin receptor subtype 4 (5-HT4) partial agonist prucalopride has effects on emotional processing and neural activity in healthy volunteers, compared to placebo administration. Using an experimental medicine approach, the effects of prucalopride on cognitive biomarkers of antidepressant action will be ...

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Emotional Information Processing in Attention Deficit Disorder With or Without Hyperactivity

The main symptoms of Attentional Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are inattention, motor agitation and impulsivity. However, other dysfunctions affecting the quality of life remain poorly studied: lack of understanding and management of emotions, focus on the local aspects of a visual scene limiting the ability to assign a general meaning ...

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Effects of Drugs on Responses to Brain and Emotional Processes

To study the effects of a psychostimulant on responses to affective touch in individuals with a range of autistic traits

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Citalopram and Stress Reactivity

In the Oxford Cognition Stress Task (OCST), participants are presented with a series of mental arithmetic, verbal (anagrams) and visuospatial (visual search) challenges on a computer screen. There is a time limit for completing each challenge, which is displayed on the screen as a time bar. To induce a high ...

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Citalopram and Self Emotional Processing

Antidepressants are thought to operate by changing the way patients process emotional information. After a single dose of citalopram or fluoxetine healthy volunteers have been found to display an increased recognition of happy facial expressions and a reduced recognition of sad faces, in the absence of changes in mood. Studies ...

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