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22:20 EDT 26th March 2019 | BioPortfolio

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" Effect of Affordance of Objects on the Memory: Study in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation "

The purpose of this study is determine the involvement of motor system in the memory of manipulable objects. The idea is to stimulate the ventral premotor cortex with transcranial magnetic stimulation to see whether this stimulation will affect memory of manipulable objects.


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Creating Physical Objects With 3D Printers to Stimulate Reminiscing for Memory Loss [2 R44 AG049548-02A1]

In 2013 an estimated 5 million people age 65 and older had Alzheimer's disease. Longer life spans and aging baby boomers will cause this number to grow rapidly. More than 50% of residents in assisted living and nursing homes have some form of dementia or cognitive impairment and the number is increasing every day. As a form of person-centered, non-pharmacological dementia care, Reminiscence Therapy (RT) holds considerable promise. Improvements in mood, quality of life, social ...

Procedural Learning in Participants With ADHD

Skill acquisition refers to the process of improvement of performance following practice experience. This process is the basis for generation of a long-lasting memory. Individuals with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) have been shown to be impaired on some performance aspects of previously learned skills, an impairment that is often ameliorated, at least temporarily, by psychostimulant medication (the standard therapy in ADHD). The proposed study aims to define t...


Memory Modulation by Pain During Sedation

The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of pain on facilitating long-term auditory memory in the presence and absence of two distinct intravenous anesthetics. The ability to identify previously presented words from a list will asses the degree of memory formation. In a subset of subjects, functional magnetic resonance imaging will be used to identify the neural correlates of memory inhibition or facilitation by the combination of pain and anesthetic used. The p...

Enhancing Memory Consolidation in Older Adults

The purpose of this research study is to understand the neural mechanisms underlying long-term memory formation in older adults. Both sleep and memory decrease with age. The investigators are interested in discovering whether these two biological changes are related. This study is specifically focused on understanding what are the critical components of sleep that facilitate memory formation and are they impaired in older adults. The investigators will be using the hypnotic zol...

Visuospatial Attention, Eye Movements and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) in Alzheimer's Disease

The aim is to understand which components of attentional deployment and selection are impaired in AD during searching in realistic scenes on a computer screen (Experiment 1) and in a natural setting (Experiment 2).The investigators will also examine how deficits in visual exploration may be related to impairments in semantic, long-term memory (LTM) and working memory (WM) representations by manipulating the semantic consistency between the target and its visual surroundings, an...

Personalized Objects Can Improve the Diagnosis of EMCS From MCS

In this study,researchers will use personalized objects to assess patients' level of consciousness in chronic patients in minimally conscious state (MCS).

Ginkgo Biloba to Improve Short-Term Memory Losses Associated With Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is an effective treatment for severe or medication-resistant depression and other psychiatric disorders. A common side effect of ECT is problems with short-term memory during treatment. This study will test whether taking ginkgo biloba (GB) prior to and during the course of ECT will lessen the effects of ECT on short-term memory.

Long-term MOno-Antiplatelet Drug Strategy After PerCutanEous CoronAry InterveNtion

The OCEAN (long-term mOn-antiplatelet drug strategy after perCutanEous coronANy intervention) study is the largest prospective multicenter data base to investigate the long-term incidence and prognosis of the use of agents for antiplatelet-induced GI injury symptoms (AI-GIS) or GI hemorrhage among patients undergoing PCI. The OCEAN study will provide evidence of the long-term incidence and prognosis of use of agents for AI-GIS among patients undergoing PCI. It has the potential...

Effect of Electrical Stimulation (DC Polarization) to the Brain on Memory

This study will test the effect of direct current (DC) brain polarization (the application of a very weak electrical current to the brain) on learning and memory. Earlier studies have shown that DC polarization can temporarily improve the ability of healthy people to think of certain words. This study will explore whether it can also temporarily improve learning and memory. Healthy people 18 years of age and older may be eligible for this study. Subjects participate in t...

Safety Study of HZT-501 in Patients Who Require Long-Term Daily Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Treatment

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety of long-term treatment with HZT-501, a fixed-dose combination oral tablet of 800 mg ibuprofen and 26.6 mg famotidine for patients that require long-term NSAID treatment.

Acute Effects of Physical Activity On Memory, Cognitive Performance and Brain Activity

The overall aim of the study is to investigate the effects of an acute bout of physical activity on cognitive performance and long-term memory in elementary school children. Elaborating, the study seeks to investigate the effect of the intensity of the physical activity on cognitive performance and long-term memory in preadolescent children.

Androgen Deprivation Therapy, External Beam Radiotherapy and Stereotactic Radiosurgery Boost for Prostate Cancer

For the treatment for intermediate- and high-risk prostate cancer, Cyberknife boost will be used after 4 weeks of intensity modulated radiotherapy to pelvis. The boost doses are 18 Gy and 21 Gy in 3 fractions, respectively. The investigators plan to evaluate the toxicity of two dose groups and decide the appropriate dose for Cyberknife boost. Also, PSA control will be evaluated.

The Effects of Pain and the Memory of Pain on Autonomic and Neuromuscular Function

The prevalence of chronic pain has been estimated at 30% in the US and these values may under report the true prevalence of people who experience long term pain as additional research has shown that 73% will have a reoccurrence of symptoms within 12 months of the original injury indicating that while the pain and symptoms may resolve, additional impairments or issues may underlie the symptoms. Biopsychosocial factors such as depression, post traumatic stress, anxiety, pain ...

Spinal Manipulation Services vs. Prescription Drug Therapy for Long-term Care

Our overall objective is to assess the value of Spinal Manipulation Services as compared to Prescription Drug Therapy for long-term management of chronic Law back Pain (LBP). Our central hypothesis is that among aged Medicare beneficiaries with chronic LBP, utilization of SMS offers superior value (to both patient and payer) for long-term care as compared to PDT.

Long Term Maintenance of Drug Abstinence

The purpose of this study is to develop a model for long-term maintenance of behavior change by examining the effects of extending the duration of contingency management (CM) for drug abuse on long-term abstinence outcomes. The primary hypothesis is that the Extended (36 week) CM group will have better long-term outcomes as exhibited by greater rates of abstinence at each follow-up assessment as compared to the Standard (12 week) CM group.

Long Term Immune Memory Responses to Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Following 2 Verses 3 Doses of Quadrivalent HPV Vaccine

The overall aim of this study is to further understand the memory response to HPV vaccination in subjects who have received 2 versus 3 doses of quadrivalent HPV vaccine. Although memory responses can be detected shortly after immunization, the best approach to measure the long-lasting anamnestic response is to challenge with a booster dose years (> 5) after the original exposure.

Long-Term Specified Drug Use-Results Survey for Xtandi Capsule

The purpose of this study is to confirm the long term safety and efficacy of enzalutamide in patients.

Safety and Tolerability Trial (MVA-BN-Brachyury/FPV-Brachyury)

An open-label Phase 1 trial to evaluate the safety and tolerability of MVA-BN-Brachyury priming and FPV-Brachyury boost vaccines modified to express brachyury and T-cell costimulatory molecules in patients with a metastatic or unresectable locally advanced malignant solid tumor. Subjects will be given the following subcutaneous doses: two prime doses with MVA-BN-Brachyury and monthly boost doses with FPV-Brachyury for 6 months. The study will last approximately 104 weeks before...

Study of the Functioning of Prospective Memory in Breast Cancer and the Influence of Sleep

The results of this study will contribute to a better understanding of prospective memory deficit processes in breast cancer in relation to sleep disorders frequently reported in this pathology. In the long term, a better understanding will make it possible to envisage appropriate treatments to compensate for these memory difficulties and to improve the autonomy of the patients.

Investigation of Oscillations Underlying Human Cognitive and Affective Processing Using Intracranial EEG

Purpose: To investigate the electrophysiological correlates of human cognition and affective processing. Participants: Drug-resistant epilepsy patients undergoing epilepsy surgery cortical mapping with continuous electrocorticography (ECoG) with intracranial electrodes. Procedures (methods): Participants will perform computer-based cognitive and affective processing tasks during routine long-term monitoring. Intracranial EEG will be collected during the task

Navigation and Free Recall in Chronically Implanted Humans

This study is designed to identify brain activity associated with good memory in subjects with a chronically implanted RNS® device and to study the effects of therapeutic stimulation for epilepsy on memory. This will be accomplished through analysis of ECoG data collected during memory encoding for short and long-term free recall as well as during navigation tasks.

Accelerated Hypofractionated Whole Breast Irradiation Plus Sequential Boost Versus Concomitant Boost Following BCS

A prospective study comparing sequential versus concomitant radiotherapy boost in breast conservative therapy.

Protocol Memory Deficit in Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

The main objective of this study is to evaluate the evolution of memory deficit (verbal episodic memory, procedural memory, working memory, short-term memory) in Sleep Apnea Obstructive Syndrome (SAOS) patients after treatment by Continuous Positive Airway Pressure treatment (CPAP). For thus, we will compare memory tests in two separate groups of SAOS patients with “effective ” versus “ineffective” ( or sham) CPAP, before and 6 weeks after the beginning of the treatment...

Boost Use in Breast Conservation Radiotherapy

This is a two arm randomized study for patients who are undergoing radiotherapy following breast conservation surgery for breast cancer. Local recurrence of breast cancer will be compared for patients receiving boost or no boost radiotherapy.


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