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Cortisol and the Formation of Intrusive Memories

Intrusive memories of traumatic events are core features of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but little is known about the neurobiological formation of intrusions. The aim of this study was to determine whether cortisol levels during an intrusion-inducing stressor influence subsequent intrusive memories.

Influence of the Noradrenergic System on the Formation of Intrusive Memories

Intrusive memories of traumatic events are core features of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but little is known about the neurobiological formation of intrusions. The aim of this study was to determine whether the activity of the noradrenergic system during an intrusion-inducing stressor influences subsequent intrusive memories.

Making Sense Out of Total Knee Sensor Assisted Technology: A Randomized Control Trial

The purpose of this study is to compare the patient reported outcome measures of total knee replacement patients who received intra operative sensor guided technique for soft tissue balancing to a group of patients who receive surgeon guided soft tissue balancing.

Conventional vs. Sensor Guided Soft Tissue Balancing in TKA RCT

To ensure a successful outcome after total knee replacement (TKR) soft tissue balance and proper implant position are very important during the surgical procedure. Soft tissues are structures in the knee including ligaments, muscles, tendons, and menisci that stabilize and cushion the knee joint. Lack of proper soft tissue balance or imprecise implant positioning may result in knee stiffness, pain, instability and limited range of motion (ROM). This may result in implant failur...

Can Imagination Change Upsetting Memories of Trauma?

Research suggests that imagination is a powerful tool to change images inside our heads (e.g. memories) and make them less upsetting. It is thought that this occurs through changing the meaning attached to the memory (e.g. I am weak), therefore making it less upsetting to remember. Research has also linked some people's experience of psychosis to distressing trauma memories. Despite this, little is known about whether using imagination to change memories is helpful for p...

A Brief Cognitive Intervention After Intrusive Memories of Trauma With Young Refugees

This research study is designed to investigate the use of a simple cognitive task (a memory cue and 10 minute time gap, followed by playing the computer game "Tetris") for decreasing the number of intrusive memories of trauma among young refugees and asylum seekers. The design is a single case experimental AB design with or without optional replication (ABAB). Participants will aim to complete a no-intervention phase ('A': baseline phase) of one week followed by a one-week inte...

Comparing Virtual Reality Therapy to Usual Treatment for PTSD

Combat related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the most common chronic psychiatric disorder in the veteran population. Unfortunately, outcome studies of VA PTSD programs have failed to show efficacy. VA PTSD patients have been significantly less responsive to conventional therapies than other PTSD populations. Virtual Reality based exposure therapy (VRE) allows patients to feel immersed in highly interactive computer-generated environments. Within these environments ...

Radiostereometric Analysis of Gap Balancing Versus Measured Resection for the Journey II Total Knee Replacement

This is a randomized study comparing the measured resection and gap-balancing surgical techniques for total knee replacement (TKR) using a cemented Journey II TKR implant system. We will be comparing the two surgical methods by evaluating implant migration using radiostereometric analysis (RSA) imaging, evaluating contact kinematics (knee mechanics) through RSA under dynamic conditions and comparing patient knee outcome scores.

Study of the Personal Identity in Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder Without Intellectual Deficiency

The research aims at clarifying the impact of autism on personal identity in adulthood. Two studies will be made in order to compare adults with autistic spectrum disorders without intellectual deficiency and controls. In the first study (Study A), the investigators will ask subjects to tell autobiographical memories and to specify their characteristics by answering focused questions. In the second study (Study B), the investigators will ask subjects to say the self statements ...

A Comparison of Two Surgical Techniques Using the Unity Knee™ Total Knee System

A comparison of two Unity Knee™ tissue-balancing techniques by analysing the results from X-rays and patient questionnaires.

Reconsolidation and EMDR

Blocking of reconsolidation by pharmacological or behavioral means offers the therapeutic possibility of weakening traumatic memories in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Two reconsolidation-based interventions, propranolol and extinction learning, have been shown to weaken fear memories in human healthy subjects. However, the success of these interventions seems to be limited to weak conditioned fear memories. This calls for new, potentially more efficacious, interventions...

Autobiographical Memory Flexibility Training (MemFlex) for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

The experience of trauma not only impacts the way an individual thinks and feels, but can also produce changes in the way someone remembers their personal past. It is not only memories of the trauma that are affected- avoidance of trauma memories can also lead to memories of other events becoming vague, and in particular, memories of positive experiences can seem out of reach. This memory difficulty promotes posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This study will explore an inter...

Sleep and Wellbeing Study

Most people will experience a psychologically traumatic event, such as a life-threatening accident, at some point in their life. In the initial days after such an event, it is common to be haunted by intrusive memories: image-based memories of the event that spring to mind unbidden. Intrusive memories can be distressing in their own right, but are also a hallmark symptom of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Sleep is important for many functions involved in how we perceive...

Reframe the Pain: A Parent-Led Intervention to Alter Children's Memories for Pain

Pain is a common experience in youth and influences youth long after the painful situations are over. Youth memory of pain after surgery can affect painful experiences in the future. Negative memories and feelings of pain, like remembering more pain than the actual level of pain experienced are linked to anxiety for future surgery. Research has found that children's memories of pain is linked to anxiety, pain-related fear, and confidence. Children's memories for pain can be alt...

The Relationship Between Autobiographical Memory and Motivation

People with a diagnosis of psychosis often experience low motivation and pleasure when thinking about doing future activities. This leads, quite understandably, to doing fewer activities they used to enjoy and not taking up opportunities to do new activities. One model suggests that this may be partly due to difficulties using memories of previous events to help boost motivation and anticipation before a future activity. Research shows that people with psychosis may recall prev...

Self-defining Memories in Patients With a TBI

The study will be conducted over 18 months. The main objective of this study is to explore the relationships between autobiographical memory and specific cognitive measures, as well as emotional and behavioural measures in patients who have suffered a moderate to severe TBI. Secondary objectives are to assess the psychometric properties of a self-defining memories questionnaire and to characterize autobiographical memory in the TBI population.

Propranolol Treatment of Traumatic Memories (PTTM)

This study will compare the responses of subjects with traumatic memories of varying vintages to either propranolol or placebo in a double-blind setting. It is hypothesized that those subjects who receive propranolol will experience less emotional distress when the memory is subsequently reactivated and less spontaneous re-experiences.

Prevention of Intrusive Memories and Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms After Emergency Cesarean Section

This pilot study aims to investigate the effects of a brief computerized intervention (the computer game "Tetris") on intrusive memories and other posttraumatic stress symptoms following an emergency cesarean section. Patients who have undergone an emergency cesarian section will be randomly allocated to either the brief computerized intervention or usual care within the first 6 hours following the operation. Participants will be followed up at one week and one month. It is pre...

Orthosensor vs Conventional Total Knee Arthroplasty

In a randomized-controlled fashion, this investigation will evaluate the use of the Verasense technology to achieve optimal TKA balance. Patients will be randomized to either: 1) undergo manual soft tissue balancing or 2) soft tissue balancing with the Verasense. The primary outcomes of interest will include patient-reported outcomes as well knee range of motion at 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, and 2 years. Secondary outcomes of interest will include pain level as assessed by the...

Preschool Nap Study

The specific objective of the proposed research is to examine whether naps contribute to immediate and delayed benefits on multiple forms of learning in young children (3-5 yrs). By probing recall prior to and following mid-day nap or wake intervals, the overarching hypothesis is that recent memories are actively processed (as opposed to passively protected) by a nap, conferring immediate or delayed (24-hrs) benefits on declarative (Aim 1), procedural (Aim 2), and emotional (Ai...

CBART: The Reduction of Psychological and Physiological Stress in Women Undergoing IVF

The study is a randomized controlled trial of a cognitive behavioral interventions and an art-based stress reduction treatment protocol (CB-ART) with 100 women, identified with elevated perceived stress, before undergoing IVF treatment; in order to examine its effect on perceived stress, plasma CFD, telomere length and pregnancy rates. CB-ART is a 6-session treatment protocol that has been utilized with women coping with stress, depression and pain and is effective in reducing...

Treating Negative Mental Images and Memories in Social Anxiety

The proposed research will study the effects of Imaginal Rescripting (IR) for social anxiety disorder (SAD). IR guides patients to change their memories of past socially painful events. Initial studies have found that a single session of IR significantly reduces SAD symptoms, however it is not yet clear how or why IR works and whether its effects are long lasting. To answer these questions, the investigators will randomly assign adults with SAD to receive either IR, or two othe...

Effects of MDMA on Emotional and Social Memories

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of MDMA on encoding and retrieval of emotional and social memories in healthy young adults. The study will explore the effects on memory retrieval when the drug is administered 1) before encoding, and 2) before retrieval.

Involuntary Memories Investigation in Schizophrenia

Patients with schizophrenia suffer from autobiographical memory disorders. They have difficulty to remember vividly personal past events when they are specifically asked for. Indeed, this task requires a good executive functioning to retrieve precise information stored in long term memory. Interestingly, executive functioning has been showed impaired in schizophrenia and studies showed that their autobiographical memory impairments were directed related to their executive dysfu...

Mental Time Travel and Identity in Bipolar Disorder Patients

Self-defining memories (SDMs) are memories that are still important today to understand who the investigators are and participate to the maintain of personal identity. SDMs are also linked to our capacity to project ourselves into the future. In bipolar disorder, life events play an important role in the course and outcome of the disease. the study is the first to investigate SDMs and self-defining future projections in a population of remitted patients with bipolar disorder.

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