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Quality of Friendships in Children With Neurofibromatosis

The aim of this study is to determine if children with a higher disease severity have lower quality friendships than children who are less severely affected and children who are unaffected. Researchers will test the hypothesis that the quality of friendships is inversely related to their disease severity. Specific Aims: 1. To use the FQQ to determine if the quality of friendships in children with NF1 is lower than the quality of friendships in unaffected childre...


Building Closer Friendships in Social Anxiety Disorder

This study assesses whether a 4-week computerized intervention can be used to decrease fear of intimacy, and loneliness and improve perceived social support in people with Social Anxiety Disorder.

Middle School to High School Transition Project: Depression and Substance Abuse Prevention

This study will implement a school-based program to prevent depression, academic failure, and substance use in at-risk adolescents transitioning from middle school to high school.


High School Start Time and Teen Migraine Frequency

Migraine is common in adolescents and can cause missed school and disability. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that high schools start no earlier than 8:30 AM in order to accommodate the physiologic needs of adolescents—whose brains naturally want to fall asleep later and wake up later and who still need to get at least 8 hours of sleep per night to function optimally—however, only about 18% of US high schools comply with this AAP recommendation. There i...

Preventing Sexual Aggression Among High School Boys

The present research creates a partnership between researchers and a community agency to evaluate whether a sexual assault prevention program for high school students reduces perpetration of sexual violence among high school boys.

Technology and Design Innovation for School Lunch

This study will evaluate an innovative school lunch intervention that is designed to increase school meal participation and improve dietary intake among middle and high school students.

Screening for Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Adolescent and Adult High Risk Populations

This study aims to investigate the prevalence of ADHD and other psychopathology, and current function and life quality among several high risk populations of imprisoned adults and adolescents who receive special resources in school or dropout from school.

The Effects of Playing High School Football on Later Life Cognitive Functioning and Mental Health

The purpose of this study is to assess the effect of playing high school football on later in life cognitive functioning and mental health. This is an observational study that will use data from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study to compare high school football playing graduates in 1957 with comparable non-high school football playing graduates on cognitive functioning and mental health measures when participants are in their 60s.

Prevention of School Dropout for Mexican American Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a family-based psychosocial intervention to prevent school disengagement and reduce the incidence of depression, conduct disorders, and school dropout for Mexican American adolescents.

Mind Power - A CBT Based Program for Adolescents

The purpose of this study is to strengthen school achievement and positive mental health, and to prevent and reduce school dropout and mental distress among high school students. The researchers will scale up techniques that have already been proven highly effective in preventing common mental disorders (depression, anxiety) in high risk groups (indicated and selective prevention). The researchers will disseminate these techniques to entire first year classes of high school stu...

Trial of a Health Promoting School Approach to Positive Youth Development and Wellness Promotion

Assess the effects of a school-based multi-component intervention on school connectedness, school engagement, and developmental assets through a group randomized, participatory trial.

A Prospective Study of Brain Network Activation (BNA) Changes in High School Athletes Following Concussion

The main purpose of this study is to prospectively examine changes in Brain Network Activation(BNA)following concussion in high school athletes. In addition, the study will examine the relationship between changes in BNA to symptoms, cognitive performance and vestibular function from baseline to 1-7, 8-14 and 15-21 day post injury intervals in high school athletes with concussion.

Efficacy of a Web-Based Alcohol Intervention for High School Students

This study evaluates the efficacy of the eCHECKUP TO GO as an intervention to reduce underage drinking and the associated negative consequences among high school seniors. The aim of this project is to provide a brief, low cost intervention that can be easily disseminated as a school-based intervention to address this important public health problem.

Sleep Quality in High School Students With Asthma - II

The overall goal of this project is to develop and to preliminarily validate a novel intervention to be delivered in the high school setting that integrates two evidence-based, school-based interventions for urban adolescents with proven efficacy: (1) Asthma Self-Management for Adolescents (ASMA), an intervention for adolescents with uncontrolled asthma and (2) the Sleep-Smart Program (Sleep-Smart), which focuses on sleep hygiene and behaviors in urban adolescents. The a...

Effectiveness of an Anger and Stress Management Program on Reducing Blood Pressure Levels in Youth

High blood pressure can often be caused by stress or anxiety. This study will evaluate a school-based stress and anger management program that aims to lower blood pressure and anger levels among high school students.

Efficacy of Lisdexamfetamine Dimesylate for Promoting Occupational Success in Young Adults With ADHD

There has been little research on the third area of impairment noted in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - "occupational functioning." Individuals with ADHD experience job-related impairments including a greater likelihood of being unemployed and not enrolled in school and for those that were employed they were in a lower status occupation, relative to typically-developing comparison peers. The current literature on analogue workplace settings and the e...

Myelin Imaging in Concussed High School Football Players

Investigate myelin alterations in high school football players with mTBI

Changes in Footwear Comfort and Performance in High School Football Players

The objective of this proposal is to determine the effects of footwear stiffness on a large cohort of high school football players during a football season. The investigators expect that functional athlete groups will be developed, based on subject specific assessments (biomechanical, morphological, performance, comfort), and lead to important translational findings that may impact footwear modification and recommendation to a population of American football players. Two standa...

Impact of a Mental Health Curriculum for High School Students on Knowledge and Stigma

This study examines the effectiveness of a school based mental health literacy intervention for high school students, on improving mental health knowledge and reducing stigma. Twenty-four high schools in the regional area of Ottawa, Canada were randomly assigned to either the curriculum or control condition at a two to one ratio. The educational curriculum was integrated within grade 11 and 12 Provincial "Healthy Living" courses, delivered by teachers, and replaced existing edu...

Strong African American Families STEPS Project

The most common approach to preventing alcohol use involves providing a well-designed program in preadolescence just prior to or upon entering middle school. This approach does not have long-lasting effects or address the risk factors that lead many youth to use alcohol in high school. This study tested a strategy that compares offering effective programs at the transition to middle school and the transition to high school with only offering a program at either one of the trans...

Pedestrian Behavior Following Implementation of a Walking School Bus

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a walking school bus program can increase the number of children walking to school and decrease the number of children driven by car to school.

Exercise Training in Asthma

The aim of the study is to compare two methods of exercise training: alternate load versus constant load realized at moderate or high intensities, in order to define the interests and the limits of each one of these two methods. The finality is to make possible to the expert to choose what exercise training induces the best results quickly and to make its choice according to the therapeutic objectives which it lays down.We also evaluate the effects of these exercises training o...

Establishing Normal Values for Neuropsychological Testing in HIV-Negative Thais

The purpose of this study is to establish normal values for neuropsychological testing in HIV negative Thais stratified by age (1 decade) and education (no certificate or primary school certificate, less than high school certificate or vocational certificate, high school certificate or higher vocational certificate or diploma, Bachelor degree or higher.

Who Needs a School Doctor's Health Check?

The aims of the study are 1) to explore whether part of the school doctors' routine health checks can be omitted using screening questionnaires which address the parents', school nurses' and teachers' concerns regarding each student and 2) to evaluate the benefits of school doctors' routine health checks.

Effect of a Female Strength & Conditioning Specialist on High School Girls' Health

The majority of today's youth do not engage in enough physical activity (PA) to maintain good health. Low PA levels are associated with poor health (e.g. diabetes, high blood pressure) and early mortality. Girls are less likely than boys to be active, and their rates of participation drop off more steeply during adolescence. Girls report many barriers to exercise, including transportation issues and feeling self-conscious about their appearance and abilities. School-based PA pr...


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