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Learning Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Learning 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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Pet Partners for Promotion of Academic Life Skills

The current study utilized a randomized controlled trial, conducted in a real-life setting, to determine whether, how, under which conditions, and for whom, infusing various levels of human-animal interaction (HAI) in a 4-week, university-based stress prevention program provides an effective approach to prevent negative ramifications of university students stress, promote ...

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Set Your Goal: Engaging Go/No-Go Active Learning

The dysfunction of reinforcement learning is emerging as a transdiagnostic dimension of mood and anxiety. Computational models of reinforcement learning may expedite our ability to identify predictors of response, thereby improving efficacy rates. We will will, first, examine the neural substrates of reinforcement learning in depression and anxiety, and, second, ...

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Can Dance Therapy Improve Motor Learning in Parkinson's Disease (PD)?

In order to find the most effective rehabilitative therapies for Parkinsonian patients, the present study is aimed to evaluate whether, in a multidisciplinary intensive rehabilitation treatment, the dance therapy, applied to the motor learning, promote additional benefits.

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Dyslexia Motor Control and Proprioception

2 groups of children (dyslexics and control) will be evaluated on 2 tasks: Evaluation of the proprioception: Perception of the speed and Perception of the position Evaluation of the motor learning: Estimation of state in the framework of a motor perturbation

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Test of an Inhibitory Learning Model of Extinction in Treatment of Anxious Youth

Exposure therapywhich involves repeatedly exposing individuals to feared situations to change their fear responses to and beliefs about those situations--has been a mainstay of treatments for anxiety disorders since it was developed in the 1950s. Today, exposure therapy is the most commonly-occurring treatment technique included in well-supported treatments for anxiety ...

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Efficacy of a Two-Year Intensive Reading Intervention for Middle School English Learners With Reading Difficulties

Primary Hypothesis: Students receiving the RISE intervention will outperform those receiving Business as Usual (BAU) instruction across reading-related elements, including word reading, fluency, and comprehension at the end of year two of treatment. Secondary Hypothesis: Students receiving the RISE intervention will outperform those receiving Business as Usual (BAU) instruction on ...

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Reading Remediation and Outcomes in Detention

Learning disabilities (LD) are among the most common types of disabilities in juvenile offenders that have been linked to delinquency. Nationwide, children and youth with special education needs are overrepresented in the US justice systems. Reports estimate delinquent juveniles with a disability to comprise about 30% to 60% of the ...

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Perceptual Learning and Memory Consolidation in Adults With and Without LI

The investigators will recruit 60 adults with typical language (TD) and 40 LI participants through a variety of community and university related contacts. 40 TD adults and 20 LI participants will be enrolled in Experiment 1. 20 TD adults and 20 LI participants will be enrolled in Experiment 2. Both ...

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Priming Through Timing. Using Opposing Strategies to Enhance Motor Learning for Individuals With Parkinson's Disease

The purpose of this study is to determine how using auditory cues of a metronome at various frequencies impacts the gait mechanics and balance in people with Parkinson's disease when walking over ground and on a treadmill. We will enroll 10 participants with a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease (Stages 2 ...

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Effects of the in Situ Simulation to Competencies in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Nursing Team.

The objective is to compare the development of skills (knowledge and skills) for CPR between groups submitted to different in situ simulation periodicities, and to identify the level of confidence to attend a CPR.

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