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Efficacy of a Positive Psychology Intervention Through a Mobile App

The aim of this study is to analyze the efficacy of several variations of an already validated Positive Psychology Intervention (PPI) called Best Possible Self in not flourishing population. This will be done through a mobile app specially designed for this aim. Concretely, the design will permit to compare the classic intervention (BPS Future), a new variation (BPS Past), and a combination of both components (BPS Past+Future). Participants will be randomly assigned to ...


Development of a Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Mood and HRQoL in Patients Post-HSCT - Proof of Concept

The goal of this research study is to find out if a novel phone-based positive psychology intervention that focuses on improving health behaviors and positive emotions can help improve mood, health related quality of life, and overall function in patients who have just undergone hematopoietic stem cell transplantation as part of blood cancer treatment.

A Mobile App to Address Student Loneliness

The purpose of this trial is to assess the effects of a positive psychology and CBT-based skills intervention—delivered through a mobile app called Nod—on loneliness and other mental health and institutional satisfaction outcomes. The primary outcome is self-reported loneliness at 2 and 4-weeks post baseline.


Positive Psychology for Physical Activity Promotion

This study is for physically inactive adults. Participants will be enrolled in the Positive Psychology and Physical Activity intervention designed to help them overcome barriers to physical activity, based on the principals of positive psychology. This will involve six weekly one-hour group-based sessions at a local YMCA with a trained group leader. In addition to the in-person sessions, there will be text messages sent to participants about physical activity that include posi...

Testing a Positive Psychology-based Intervention for Couples Coping With Stroke

This study aims to pilot test an 8-week, self-administered dyadic (couples-based) positive psychology intervention for couples coping with stroke using a randomized, waitlist control design. Mood and well-being will be assessed pre- and post-intervention, and at 3-month follow-up. It is expected that both partners will demonstrate improvement in mood and well-being.

Positive Psychology for ACS Patients: a Factorial Design Study

This trial is part of a multi-phase study to develop and test positive psychology (PP) interventions in patients hospitalized for an acute coronary syndrome (ACS).Using a factorial design, we will: (a) assess the optimal frequency of exercise completion, (b) determine the utility of 'booster sessions' after an initial 8-week intervention, and (c) determine the relative merits of utilizing PP exercises alone versus an intervention combining PP with motivational interviewing (MI)...

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Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Quality of Life in Stem Cell Transplant Survivors and Their Caregivers

This trial studies a positive psychology intervention designed to improve quality of life in stem cell transplant survivors and their caregivers. Positive psychology (PP) uses systematic exercises (e.g., gratitude letters, acts of kindness) to potentially boost levels of optimism, resilience, and life enjoyment. PP interventions are often enjoyable, easy to understand, and can be delivered via telephone. PP intervention may improve the quality of life of participants who have u...

Positive Emotions After Acute Coronary Events at Northwestern University

This study is a single-arm, 12-week trial to test the feasibility of a PP-MI intervention for patients recently admitted following ACS. PP-MI is a novel positive psychology-based health behavior intervention that is adapted for patients hospitalized for ACS. The intervention aims to cultivate positive emotions in this vulnerable population that could provide broad and significant health benefits, and may have distinct—and more powerful—effects than simply attempting to damp...

Developing a Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Health Behaviors in Type 2 Diabetes: Qualitative Research

Specific Aim #1 (Qualitative Research): To identify, through qualitative research, deficits in positive affect and associated barriers to completing health behaviors in type 2 DM patients. Hypothesis: Patients will be able to complete the structured interview, providing information about their own positive emotional states, identifying strategies to enhance positive emotions, linking the presence of positive emotions to better adherence to health-related behaviors, and i...

Positive Psychology for Acute Coronary Syndrome Patients

This is a randomized controlled pilot trial in 50 acute coronary syndrome patients to determine if a 12 week, telephone-delivered, combined positive psychology-motivational interviewing intervention is more effective than a health behavior education program at improving health behaviors and other outcomes. The investigators hypothesize that the intervention will be associated with better mental and physical health outcomes and better health behavior adherence compared to the he...

A Positive Psychology Intervention for Patients With Multiple Sclerosis

Positive psychology (PP) uses targeted activities to increase the frequency and intensity of positive emotional experiences such as positive affect. Examples of PP activities include recalling positive life events and performing acts of kindness. This pilot study will examine the tolerability and efficacy of a PP training program to increase positive affect in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). In the intervention phase, subjects randomized to the intervention group will co...

Activating Happiness in Cancer: A Positive Psychology Workshop for Patients, Survivors, and Caregivers

The number of worldwide cancer survivors is projected to be 21.3 million by 2030. To treat this growing population, group psychological interventions are increasingly utilized and require empirical support to evaluate their effectiveness (Cerezo & Ortiz-Tallo, 2014; Sherman et. al., 2008). To address the need to assess positive group psychological interventions for cancer survivors and caregivers that incorporates diverse conceptualizations of adaption and examines both mental ...

A Novel Web-based Positive Psychology Intervention Addressed to Pregnant Women

The identification and treatment of the disorders connected to the perinatal period has traditionally catalyzed the researchers' attention. Nevertheless, since the World Health Organization has recently coined the concept of positive pregnancy experience, which includes not only treatment of diseases, but also health education, and health promotion, research on antenatal care has expanded to a salutogenic perspective. In the wake of this perspective, a growing number of researc...

Positive Psychology Intervention for Spanish-speaking Hispanic/Latino Adults at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

The largest epidemiologic study of Hispanic/Latino participants thus far, i.e., the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL) documented that 80% of men and 71% of women have at least one major cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factor. The American Heart Association emphasizes that current CVD prevention efforts are sparse and ineffectual in minority populations and acknowledges the need for new and more effective disease prevention strategies. This observatio...

Flourishing App: An Evaluation With High School Students

This protocol proposes a well-being program, delivered through an application for mobile devices, based on meditation and positive psychology principles such as human development, the improvement of virtues, quality of life and well-being. The investigators hypothesize that this program offered in mobile application may promote well-being and reduce stress related problems in the participants. Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of a well-being program delivered through a...

Effects of a Application (Flourish App) in Medical Students

This protocol proposes a well-being program, delivered through an application for mobile devices, based on meditation and positive psychology principles such as human development, the improvement of virtues, quality of life and well-being. The investigators hypothesize that this program offered in mobile application may promote well-being, reduce stress related problems and improving emotional regulation in the participants. Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of a well-b...

Positive Psychology Intervention to Treat Diabetes Distress in Teens With Type 1 Diabetes

The treatment regimen for type 1 diabetes is complex and demanding, and many adolescents experience diabetes distress related to the daily demands of diabetes care, which can cause problems with diabetes management and glycemic control. The proposed study will conduct a multisite, randomized trial to test the effects of a positive psychology intervention aimed at treating diabetes distress and improving glycemic outcomes. The potential benefits include helping adolescents achie...

Check It! Positive Psychology Intervention to Improve Adherence in Adolescents With T1D

Problems with diabetes management in adolescents with type 1 diabetes are common - occurring at rates as high as 93% - and have serious health consequences, including poor blood sugar control and risk for later complications. Therefore, the investigators proposed to test a positive psychology intervention for adolescents with type 1 diabetes aimed at increasing motivation for diabetes management; specifically, to increase the frequency of blood glucose monitoring. This interven...

Flourishing App: Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Well-being Application for Mobile Devices

This protocol proposes a well-being program, delivered through an application for mobile devices, based on meditation and positive psychology principles such as human development, the improvement of virtues, quality of life and well-being. The investigators hypothesize that this program offered in mobile application may promote well-being and reduce stress related problems in the participants. Objectives: To evaluate the effectiveness of a well-being program delivered through ...

Positive Psychology in Suicidal Patients

Suicide is a major health concern. Weeks following psychiatric admission are a highly suicide risk period for those having current suicidal ideation or attempt. Recently, a pilot study suggested the feasibility of positive psychology in patients in suicidal crisis. Notably, gratitude exercises suggested improvement in optimism and hopelessness, two dimensions associated to suicide. Moreover, gratitude has been associated to suicidal ideation and attempt, independently from depr...

Developing a Positive Psychology Intervention to Promote Health Behaviors in Metabolic Syndrome: Proof-of Concept Trial

Specific Aim #1 (Feasibility; primary aim): To assess the feasibility of the positive psychology (PP)-motivational interviewing (MI) group-based physical activity intervention and outcome assessments in patients with metabolic syndrome (MetS). Hypothesis: The PP exercises and MI-based goal-setting sessions will be feasible: most (≥50%) of participants will complete 6/8 exercises/sessions. Furthermore, we will be able to obtain objective physical activity measurement follow-u...

Behavioral Economics Intervention to Increase Treatment Seeking in the National Guard

The study is a randomized controlled trial of a single-session behavioral economics (research combining the areas of economics, social psychology, and cognitive psychology) intervention (i.e., BEAST) is a"warrior-culture" consistent (i.e., focusing on positive soldier traits, solving practical problems), highly scalable, and extremely brief (10-minute) intervention to encourage treatment seeking among MS National Guard problems for various life stressors. Participants will be 1...

Piloting Text Messages to Promote Positive Affect and Physical Activity

The focus of the study is to assess the feasibility and acceptability of a pilot one-arm project delivering text messages related to positive psychology (PP) activities (e.g., recalling positive events) and health behavior text messages (e.g. having a heart-healthy diet, becoming more physically active). The messages will be sent for 4 weeks among patients with a prior acute coronary syndrome (ACS).

Effectiveness of Mobile Phone Technology on Adherence and Treatment Outcomes Among HIV Positive Patients on ART

The objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of mobile phone technology (SMS and telephone call reminders) in improving adherence and treatment outcomes among HIV positive patients on ART in Malaysia.

A Mobile Health Exercise Intervention for Older Patients With Myeloid Neoplasms (GO- EXCAP) Mobile App

This is a pilot study to evaluate the feasibility of a mobile health exercise intervention (GO-EXCAP Mobile App) over 7 weeks in 25 patients with myeloid neoplasms receiving hypomethylating agents.


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