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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.


Found (44) clinical trials

Testing the Neuroscience of Guided Learning in Depression

Major depressive disorder ranks among the most significant causes of mortality and disability in the world. Recent data from the investigators and others highlight that impairments in reward and loss learning are central to depression, have distinct neural substrates, and improve with successful treatment. Together, these findings suggest an urgent ...

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Dyslexics' Visual Attention Field

dyslexia is often considered like a phonological deficit but some researches show that a visual attention (V-A) deficit can occur in dyslexia. The investigator want to show that some dyslexics have a reduced V-A field in visual search when the investigator use separable feature (letter-like). If the investigator demonstrate that, ...

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Does tDCS Improve Motor Learning in Children With DCD?

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) is a chronic neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by impairments in coordinated motor abilities. Affected individuals show differences in brain maturation and early motor development, negatively impacting performance on everyday living tasks such as writing and participation in sports. Currently, there are few evidence-based therapeutic interventions for individuals ...

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Exercise and Learning and Memory in Multiple Sclerosis

The proposed study involves a single-blind, Phase I randomized controlled trial (RCT) on the effects of supervised treadmill walking exercise training on learning and memory, hippocampal structure/function, and cardiorespiratory fitness outcomes in fully-ambulatory (i.e., EDSS 4.0) persons with multiple sclerosis (MS) who have impairment in learning new information. This study ...

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