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Genetics of Motor Learning

Background: - New studies in human genetics have revealed information about genetic connections to memory and motor behavior. Researchers are interested in investigating the role of genetics in motor learning, in conjunction with related studies taking place in the Human Motor Control Section of the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke (NINDS). Participants in motor learning studies conducted at NINDS will be asked to provide blood samples for further e...


Learning Retention in Radiograph Interpretation

Learning retention after the deliberate practice of radiograph interpretation may be challenging for image types which are common enough to be clinically relevant but not so common that proficiency can be sustained through clinical practice. This is especially relevant for radiographs such as paediatric elbow films (EXR) that carry high risks for the patient if pathology is missed. Building on prior research in this area, this study will develop an innovative computer learning ...

Heart Rate Variability and Cognitive Load on Image-Based Virtual Reality Instructional Design in Otolaryngology

This study aims to compare heart rate variation, cognitive load, and learning outcomes of novel image-based virtual reality with traditional video in learning for otolaryngology. Half of participants will receive image-based virtual reality learning, while the other half will receive video-based learning.


Assessing the Impact of an Educational HIV Prevention Intervention in Zambia

In Zambia, 13% of the 15 to 49 year old population lives with HIV. The highest number of new HIV infections is among young people. To counter the spread of the disease, developmental and governmental actors are increasingly relying on educational behavior change tools. A particularly widely used tool, implemented by the German Development Corporation (henceforth, GIZ), is the so-called "Join-In-Circuit on AIDS, Love Sexuality" (JIC). The tool aims to improve a) HIV and sexual r...

Implicit Learning in Stroke Study

This trial will compare an Implicit Learning Approach (ILA) to usual care, during the rehabilitation of mobility post stroke. It is a multicentre, assessor blind, cluster randomised controlled pilot trial, with embedded feasibility study. It also includes a nested qualitative evaluation, designed to explore the views of participants and therapists.

Online Mind/Body Program for Fertility

This pilot-study assesses the feasibility and acceptability of an Online Mind/Body Fertility Program, designed to help individuals and/or couples cope with the physical and emotional impact of infertility by learning special relaxation strategies and improving lifestyle habits. Participants included women experiencing infertility who had not given birth to a child. Half of participants received access to the 10-week Online Mind-Body Program and the other half were placed on a w...

Impact of the Virtual Human Project on Team-based Learning: A Randomized-controlled Trial

Team-based learning (TBL) is a learner-centered, instructor-directed strategy for small group active learning in large group educational settings. When TBL is conducted correctly, the students' performances are equivalent or improved in comparison to either lecture-based formats or more traditional small group learning models.1 Nevertheless, few studies have been published regarding the insertion of innovative audiovisual tools in the TBL context. The Virtual Human Project is d...

A Naturalistic Study Investigating Sleep and Cognitive Learning in Children With and Without Tic Disorders

This study will explore the relationship between sleep, learning, cognition, mood and behaviour in children with Tic Disorders (Tourette Syndrome and Chronic Tic Disorder) compared to typically developing peers.

Renal Cancer Detection Using Convolutional Neural Networks

We aim to experiment and implement various deep learning architectures in order to achieve human-level accuracy in Computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) systems. In particular, we are interested in detecting renal tumors from CT urography scans in this project. We would like to classify renal tumor to cancer, non cancer, renal cyst I, renal cyst II, renal cyst III and renal cyst VI, with high sensitivity and low false positive rate using various types of convolutional neural networks ...

A Prospective Study of Risperdal (Risperidone) for the Treatment of Behavioral Disorder Following Psychological Therapy for Challenging Behavior in Learning Disabled Children

The purpose of this study is to assess whether risperidone (an antipsychotic medication) is safe and effective in treating behaviour disorder in learning disabled children, which does not improve with psychological therapy.

Imaging-based Deep Learning for Lung Cancer Diagnosis and Staging

Lung cancer diagnosis and staging are two fundamental and critical issue in clinical lung cancer management and therapeutic decision-making. Invasive procedures for pathologic analysis are gold standard for diagnosis and staging, however, invasive procedures related-complications are inevitable. Noninvasive medical imaging is a powerful tool, however there is almost no room for improvement just according to the experience of radiologist and clinician. The researchers will inves...

Motor Learning in a Customized Body-Machine Interface

People with tetraplegia often retain some level of mobility of the upper body. The proposed study will test the hypothesis that it is possible to develop personalized interfaces, which utilize the residual mobility to enable paralyzed persons to control computers, wheelchairs and other assistive devices. If successful the project will result into the establishment of a new family of human-machine interfaces based on wearable sensors that adapt their functions to their users' ab...

Learning Process of Fifth Years Medical Students During a Psychiatric Role Play

This study aims to explore learning process in a role play for undergraduate students working on psychiatric interview. This study is one of the 3 studies included in a PhD on learning process during simulation training in psychiatry. The results of this 3 studies will aim at building a formative and summative assessment tool of competences specific to this pedagogic context Methodologie: Mixted method study with: - Quantitative features: - Self-report...

Using 'Guided-Discovery-Learning' to Optimize and Maximize Transfer of Surgical Simulation

The study is a randomized experimental study comparing two forms of learning; guided-discovery-learning and traditional instructional learning. Recruiting sixty-four participants, the investigators plan on comparing these two groups through a procedural skill in the form of suturing. In the case of guided-discovery-learning, the group will be allowed a discovery phase before instruction. In contrast, the control group will receive traditional instruction-lead-learning, in which...

Holistic Assessment of Tulsa Children's Health

The primary goal of this study is to rapidly increase maternal-fetal bonding, a strong predictor of maternal health practices during pregnancy, through an intervention, BLOOM (Babies and Moms, connected by Love, Openness, and Opportunity). Specifically, we will examine change in maternal-fetal bonding across pregnancy and implications for change in maternal smoking during pregnancy using a randomized clinical trial design in a longitudinal, multi-ethnic cohort study of 160 wome...

Randomized, Single Center Study About the Impact of an E-learning Dedicated to Myocardial Infarction Patient

Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) is still one of the major cause of morbi-mortality in Europe. After an ACS, patients should be treated with secondary prevention medication to reduce the risk of recurrence. However, it is known that patients do not take all their medicines as expected, which leads to readmission at the hospital. To enhance drug adherence, the investigators sought to develop an interactive e-learning tool for these patients. This e-learning includes information abo...

Measurement of Hemodynamic Responses to Lower Body Negative Pressure

This study will be collecting data on participants undergoing lower body negative pressure (LBNP) to simulate progressive blood loss. The goal of the study is to collect data to allow for development of an algorithm with machine learning to predict blood pressure responses to hypovolemia by analyzing the arterial waveforms collected during LBNP.

Developing a Standardized Learning Curve

The nurses were learned the theoretical and practical skills previously during their studentship period. The procedures will be the first time the nurses wanted to perform in ICU. All clinical situations including patient, procedure, and shift will be similar for nurses. The end point will be reaching to the 95 score of learning curve. The reason for selection less than 5 percent variation was the flattening of learning curve (the plateau section).

Computer-Assisted Instruction: Arterial Blood Gases

This research work develops a diagnostic and feedback-providing system for self-learning by volunteers who are asked to log in to a website to study the required subjects in three weeks. The system establishes students' learning weaknesses and offered guidelines for their improvement until all such weaknesses are corrected. Assessment is based on students' relative growth scores, and their record profiles.

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

Recently, basic research conducted in adults has revealed that fear extinction, or the weakening of a learned fear response, may be best explained by principles of "inhibitory learning." New guidelines for the clinical practice of exposure therapy for anxiety disorders have arisen from research on inhibitory learning, but these guidelines have not yet been empirically tested in youth with anxiety disorders. The overall goal of this research is to investigate the acceptability, ...

Oxytocin and Learning for Teaching

One well-established cognitive theory propose a divide between social and non-social (i.e., cognitive) systems. However, recent work suggests that traditionally social systems can be utilized to enhance cognitive performance. In this study the investigators aim to explore this cooperation between oft-competing systems by instructing participants to learn information because they will be subsequently tested (the nonsocial learning-for-testing condition), or because they will be ...

Enhancement of Therapeutic Learning in OCD Using tDCS

The proposed study aims to use transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) - a non-invasive neuromodulatory technology - to improve learning within the context of therapeutic exposure. Individuals diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) will complete a two-day experimental study. On day 1, participants will receive sham (placebo) or active tDCS followed by approximately 60-minutes of individualized exposure. on day 2, participants will return to complete an additi...

Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy in Treating Patients With Prostate Cancer

RATIONALE: Stereotactic body radiation therapy may be able to send x-rays directly to the tumor and cause less damage to normal tissue. PURPOSE: This phase I/II trial is studying the side effects and best dose of stereotactic body radiation therapy and to see how well it works in treating patients with prostate cancer.

Health Values and Spirituality in Veterans With HIV/AIDS

We have previously shown that: 1) time tradeoff utilities for current health are high, indicating that patients have a strong will to live; 2) half of patients felt that their life was better now than before they were HIV-infected; and 3) certain non-health-related factors such as spirituality and concern and love for one�s children correlated with health values and a sense that life has improved.

Investigating Accelerated Learning in Tinnitus Participants Implanted With Vagus Nerve Stimulation

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether it is possible to accelerate learning and improve memory performance in VNS implanted tinnitus participants by pairing VNS with a verbal paired-associate learning task.


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