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Behavioral Effects of Drugs: Inpatient (36) (Alcohol, Duloxetine, and Methylphenidate)

This study will evaluate the behavioral effects of alcohol during maintenance on placebo, duloxetine, methylphenidate and duloxetine combined with methylphenidate using sophisticated human laboratory methods.


Behavioral Effects of Drugs: Inpatient (35)

This study will determine the influence of methylphenidate (Metadate®) and duloxetine (Cymbalta®), alone and in combination, on the reinforcing, subjective and physiological effects of cocaine.

Brief Inpatient Psychotherapy for Depression

The primary objective of the proposed pilot study is to seek to compare the efficacy of two brief psychological therapies during inpatient hospitalization - cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) versus Behavioral Activation for Medical Inpatients with Depression (BAMID or BA) - for improving depressive symptoms, functioning, and quality of life (QOL). The treatments will consist of four sessions, which will be delivered during hospitalization.


Physiological, Behavioral and Subjective Effects of Drugs (GHB)

The purpose of this study is to learn more about the effects of gamma-hydroxybutyric acid (GHB) by comparing its physiological, behavioral and subjective effects with those of several other drugs.

Effectiveness of a Personalized Inpatient Program for Persistent Depressive Disorder

The major objective of this randomized controlled study is to compare a new conceptualized personalized concept of Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASPersonalized) with a six-week waiting-list control (WLC) group and a version of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBIntegrative) in the treatment of patients with persistent depressive disorder (PDD), childhood maltreatment, and treatment-resistance. Both active groups will be offered as treatment-phase program...

Effectiveness of High Intensity Inpatient Versus Stepped Intensity Treatment for Anorexia Nervosa

This study will examine the effectiveness of inpatient treatment for anorexia nervosa versus a sequenced treatment that transitions from higher intensity inpatient care to lower intensity outpatient care.

Combined Effects of Alcohol and Caffeine

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of caffeine on the self-administration of alcohol. The study will also examine the combined effects of alcohol and caffeine on behavioral performance, participant ratings of behavioral performance, and self-reported subjective effects.

Effects of a Clinical Dietary Intervention During Inpatient Treatment

The purpose of the study is a scientific and prospective documentation of the clinical effects of an inpatient treatment at the Immanuel Hospital of Berlin, in the department for complementary and integrative medicine, with the use of a modified fasting regime. A pre- and post- as well as group comparisons are planned. Patients that are admitted to the inpatient department for metabolic syndrome, osteoarthritis of the hip or knee, rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia will be e...

Ketamine: Its Effects on Suicidal Ideations and Inpatient Hospital Length of Stay

Patients admitted to the University of Mississippi's inpatient psychiatry unit for suicidal ideations will be given the opportunity to participate in the study. Within 24 hours of arriving to the inpatient psychiatric floor, patients who choose to participate will be randomized to receive either a placebo saline infusion or a ketamine infusion of 0.5 mg/kg over the course of 45 minutes. Infusions will take place in the University of Mississippi Medical Center's Post Anesthesia ...

Study Evaluating the Effect of Person-centred Care for Patients Admitted for Inpatient Care at an Internal Medicine Unit

Patients admitted to internal medicine care environments have complex care needs and must be treated as persons with resources and responsibilities. Person-centred care is defined as care in which the caregiver aims to get to know the patient as a person, and the care comprises a holistic approach to assess patients' needs and resources. There is strong motivation for future health care to transform into an approach that acknowledges and endorses every patient's resources, inte...

Inpatient Attending Physician Rotation Duration Study

The investigators are testing the effects of a change in teaching attending physicians' rotations (from 4- to 2-week blocks) on patient outcomes (unplanned urgent visits to the health care system, inpatient mortality, and length-of-stay), the educational experiences of residents and medical students and on the quality of the professional lives of the attending physicians.

Examining Long-Term Effects and Neural Mediators of Behavioral Treatments for Social Anxiety Disorder

This study will compare the effects that two types of behavioral therapy have on brain function in people with social anxiety disorder.

Behavioral Studies and Practices

The focus of this study is to evaluate whether a new fraud material will be suitable for a technological device and or software. ***For consultation purposes only.***

Influence of Sleep Regularity on Circadian Rhythms, Learning, Performance, and Mood

The study is a combination of outpatient and inpatient monitoring. During the 27-day inpatient portion of the study, the individual's sleep-wake schedule will be varied daily. Volunteers will be randomized to a regular or irregular inpatient schedule.

Brief CBT for the Treatment of Depression During Inpatient Hospitalization

Moderately to severely depressed subjects will be randomized to the "Control Group," who will receive care as usual, or the "CBT Group," who will receive care as usual in addition to the manualized course of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Treatment Settings for Those With an Alcohol Problem

A prior study in a tightly controlled clinical research environment found individuals with an alcohol use disorder (AUD) benefited more from inpatient (IP) than outpatient (OP) care, if they presented with high alcohol involvement and/or low cognitive functioning. This study sought to: (a) validate and extend these findings within the uncontrolled environment of a community-based treatment center, and (b) test whether inpatients had fewer days of involuntary abstinence (e.g., i...

Inpatient Versus Outpatient Foley Cervical Ripening Study

To compare the efficacy and safety of cervical ripening with transcervical Foley catheter in inpatient vs outpatient setting

Behavioral Effects of Drugs (Inpatient): 38

The specific aim of this project is to demonstrate that the decisional analysis/craving regulation aspects of CBT reduce cocaine self-administration in subjects with cocaine use disorder through diminished craving responses. Thirty non-treatment seeking human subjects meeting diagnostic criteria for cocaine use disorder will complete an outpatient, crossover, placebo-controlled study consisting of 1 practice and 9 experimental sessions. In each experimental session, the reinfor...

Testing an Integrated Bio-Behavioral Primary HIV Prevention Intervention Among High-Risk People Who Use Drugs

This study will evaluate the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of CHRP-BB - an integrated bio-behavioral approach that incorporates the use of PrEP - with an evidence-based behavioral approach aimed at enhancing PrEP adherence and HIV risk reduction among high risk PWUD.

Effects of Music Therapy on Mood, Pain, Patient and Staff Satisfaction on Adult Inpatient Neurological Units?

A study examining the benefits of music therapy on patients, families, and unit staff on acute neurologic or inpatient rehabilitation units.

Behavioral and Physiological Effects of THC and CBD

This study will evaluate physiological and behavioral responses to vaporized delta9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) administered via inhalation.

Inpatient Consultation for High-Risk Chronically Ill Children Receiving Care in an Enhanced Medical Home

The investigators will conduct a pilot quality improvement trial to assess the impact of offering inpatient consultation to further optimize coordination and improve care for high-risk chronically ill children receiving comprehensive care in an enhanced medical home.

Effect of Targeted Interventions to Improve Value Based Health Care for Inpatient Cardiology Patients

The investigators hypothesize that a combined didactic and data feedback program presenting evidence based indications and in-hospital-charges for echocardiograms to inpatient cardiology team members will lead to increased health care value for patients on inpatient cardiology teams.

Effects of Virtual Reality Based Rehabilitation in Acute Stroke Patients in an Inpatient Rehab Setting

To evaluate the effects of virtual reality-based rehabilitation (Neofect Glove) for newly diagnosed cognitively intact adult dominant hemisphere stroke patients with paresis of their hand in supplementation with conventional occupational therapy to assess whether it improves motor function and speed recovery during inpatient rehabilitation versus conventional occupational therapy alone. Also, what impact does this have on quality of life.

Parkinson's Disease Inpatient Clinical Knowledge and Management

This study will focus on patients with Parkinson's Disease in the adult inpatient units of Hackensack University Medical Center. We are measuring the effect of a Parkinson's Disease Inpatient Clinical Knowledge and Management Program on adherence to Parkinson's Disease medication using a Parkinson's Disease Identification Wrist Band, smartwatch and medication schedule card


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