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Affective Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Affective Disorders medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (195) clinical trials

Olanzapine Versus Lithium in the Treatment of Acute Depression in Patients With Bipolar II or Bipolar Not Otherwise Specified(OL Study)

Determine the efficacy and tolerability of olanzapine for treatment of acute depression in patients with bipolar II or bipolar disorder NOS compared with lithium.


Seasonal Affective Disorder and Visual Impairment

As a subtype of major depressive disorder, seasonal affective disorder (SAD) or winter depression causes severe reductions in both quality of life and productivity and results in high morbidity and frequent sick leave (1). SAD is a prevalent disorder with rates as high as 3-5% in central European countries and ...

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Online Yoga for Individuals With Mood Disorders

Yoga practitioners view yoga as a way to promote good physical and mental health, rather than as a treatment for poor health. This world view may be appealing to patients, especially those concerned with the stigma of conventional mental health treatment, or with the narrow focus on decreasing symptoms (instead ...

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Aspirin in Young Psychotic Patients

Schizophrenia as psychiatric paradigm is one of the most mysterious mental illness, for decades remains a challenge to many clinicians and researchers with its complex, fundamental mechanisms. Soft neurological signs (SNS) are described as non-localized neurological abnormalities that cannot be associated with damage of a specific brain region. It is ...


Study of Immunotherapy in Autoantibody Positive Psychosis

An autoimmune disease occurs when a person's immune system begins to respond to normal bodily substances and tissues as if it were foreign or related to disease. There are a number of autoimmune disorders, some of which can affect the brain by targeting the surface of brain cells, for example ...

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Irish Omega-3 Study

The Irish Omega-3 study is a clinical trial designed to investigate the potential of Omega-3 fatty acids in the reduction of risk of psychosis. The study is being coordinated by the HRB Clinical Research Facility at University College Cork. The Principal Investigator is Dr Maeve Rooney, Consultant Psychiatrist in the ...


Evaluation of a Serious Game for Patients With Bipolar Disorder Involved in a Psychoeducation Group

Bipolife is a serious game for bipolar patients, developed by Astra Zeneca laboratory in collaboration with a french company named Ubisoft. The aim of this interactive tool is to help patient to have a better understanding of their condition and to identify their daily routine which can impact on it. ...

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Is Cognitive Training Neuroprotective in Early Psychosis?

This study will seek to enroll 60 participants. 40 participants will be considered First Episode Psychosis (FEP) patients, meaning that they have been diagnosed with a psychotic illness with their first psychotic episode occurring within the last two years at time of enrollment. These participants will be recruited from a ...

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Internet Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder in Primary Care

Over a third of individuals with bipolar spectrum disorders (BP) are treated exclusively in primary care settings, and yet, primary care providers (PCPs) are ill-equipped to manage this complex and disabling illness. Medications, which can be prescribed by PCPs, hasten recovery from illness and improve long-term course of illness for ...

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Compassion Focused Therapy for Distressing Experiences

This study aims to develop and test the feasibility of a new therapy called Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) for psychosis. This therapy helps people with psychosis manage distressing experiences by building internal feelings of safeness and affiliation, and by providing contexts, practices and insights that facilitate the development of compassion ...

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