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Testing the Value of Smartphone Assessments of People With Mood Disorders

The purpose of this study is two-fold: 1. To identify the best smartphone data features (based on keyboard, sensor, voice/speech data) that correlate with mood, anxiety, and cognitive assessments in patients with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and Bipolar Depression (BD). 2. To identify the best smartphone data features (based on keyboard, sensor, voice/speech at a) that predict relapse and remission in MDD or BD.


Toi Même: a Mobile System for Measuring Bipolar Illness

Bipolar disorder is a severe psychiatric illness with chronic course and it is associated with high risk of relapse and hospitalisation, and many patients do not recover to their previous psychosocial functioning. Major reasons for poor outcomes are delayed intervention for prodromal mood and behavioural symptoms as well as incomplete treatment responses. Current diagnostic approaches used to assess mood symptoms rely on symptom-based categories, which lack sensitivity to detec...

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Using Wearable and Mobile Data to Diagnose and Monitor Movement Disorders

The purpose of the research is to better understand the motor behavior of individuals in health and disease. The specific purpose of this project is to identify if we can utilize a smartphone to diagnose different movement disorders and monitor their symptoms. A. Objectives 1. Estimate symptom severity of Essential tremor (ET), Parkinson's disease (PD), Huntington's disease (HD), Primary focal dystonia (PFD), spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA), and Functional move...


Evaluation of mHealth for Serious Mental Illness

This study is a waitlist control trial evaluating the effectiveness and acceptability of a smartphone application with people with serious mental illness. The waitlist control trial with people with serious mental illness will ask participants to use a smartphone application for 30 days and complete 3 assessments; baseline, 30 days and 60 days.

Mobile App for Mood in Pregnancy (Ginger iO)

The Mobile Mood Tracking App study is a small randomized trial of acceptability and usability of a mobile phone mood tracking application (mobile app) among women with depressed mood in pregnancy. The study will be assessing the perceived value and usability of this tool in pregnancy over eight weeks to test whether women using this app are more likely to receive assessments and treatments of depressed mood than women not using it.

Telemetry-Triggered Educational Content Delivery Using MyChart in Mood Disorders

Mood disorders - principally major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder - are a significant public health issue affecting one in four people during their lives in total, over 8 million Canadians are affected by mood disorders, costing the economy over $6 billion annually. At Sunnybrook, 75% of inpatient mental health admissions are due to mood disorders. Mood disorders are generally recurrent: approximately half of depression is recurrent; chronic bipolar disorder is typica...

Design and Methods of the Mood Disorder Cohort Research Consortium (MDCRC) Study

The Mood Disorder Cohort Research Consortium (MDCRC) study is designed as a naturalistic observational prospective cohort study for early-onset mood disorders (major depressive disorders, bipolar disorders type 1 and 2) in South Korea.

Technology Enhanced Family Treatment

The investigators propose to enhance the scalability of family-focused therapy (FFT), a 12-session evidence-based therapy for youth at high risk for mood disorders, through augmentation with a novel mobile phone application called MyCoachConnect (MCC). In adolescents with mood instability who have a parent with bipolar or major depressive disorder, clinicians in community clinics will conduct FFT sessions (consisting of psychoeducation and family skills training) supplemented b...

Enhancing Outcomes, Reducing Costs: Evaluating Peer Support for Mood Disorders

The purpose of this study to evaluate peer-led mutual help organizations (MHOs) that target individuals with psychiatric diagnoses such as mood disorders, and provide evidence either supporting the expansion of such groups and the development and testing of clinical procedures, or point toward reevaluation and development of alternative low-cost, community based approaches to promoting recovery among individuals suffering from these disorders.

Cholinergic Modulation of Condition and Emotion in Mood Disorders: Functional Neuroimaging Studies

This study looks at the role of a specific brain chemical system in the mood and attention symptoms seen in major depression and bipolar disorders using functional brain imaging.

Waitlist-Control Trial of Smartphone CBT for Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)

The investigators are testing the efficacy of Smartphone-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatment for body dysmorphic disorder (BDD). The investigators hypothesize that participants receiving app-CBT will have greater improvement in BDD-YBOCS scores than those in the waitlist condition at treatment endpoint (week 12).

EnBrace HR for PMS With Prominent Mood Symptoms or Menstrual Related Mood Disorders

The purpose of this study is to assess a novel nutritional supplement developed for prenatal health and mood benefits, and to determine whether there is preliminary evidence for efficacy in Menstrual Related Mood Disorders (MRMD), including PMS with Prominent Mood Symptoms and PMDD.

Use of a Smartphone© Application to Study Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

This is a prospective, longitudinal, exploratory, open study with a 6-month follow-up period to explore via a specific Smartphone© application the evolution of a child's behavior over 6 months and the (psychological and social) effects of these changes on the family.

Brain Emotion Circuitry-Targeted Self-Monitoring and Regulation Therapy (BE-SMART)

New treatments to help to reduce the emotional dysregulation of mood disorders are critically needed. This is a study of an emotional dysregulation psychotherapy treatment in which subjects will learn skills to help to down-regulate maladaptive emotional responses and learn beneficial, healthy habits. Investigators will perform symptom and behavioral assessments and scanning prior to the treatment and will then repeat scanning, symptom and behavioral assessments at the midpoint...

A Study of Quetiapine for the Treatment of Mood Disorders in Adolescents

The purpose of this research study is to obtain preliminary data regarding the effectiveness, tolerability, and safety of quetiapine therapy for adolescents who have a mood disorder and have at least one parent with bipolar disorder (severe mood swings).

Contingency Management Using Smartphone App in Patients With SUD

The purpose of this research study is to test the acceptance and efficacy of a smartphone app (DynamiCare Rewards) for patients with substance use disorder (SUD) who are in active treatment and recovery at BrightView.

Needle-X: Usability Testing of a Smartphone Application

Mobile health interventions offer a longitudinal approach to reducing the burden of substance use disorders and may stem the rise of the opioid overdose epidemic. Smartphone applications are one of the most popular mobile phone features nationally, among patients in addiction treatment, and among criminal justice involved (CJI) patients enrolled in addiction treatment. This research conducted at Bellevue Hospital's inpatient detoxification program established attitudes and self...

Online Yoga for Individuals With Mood Disorders

We are seeking to understand the acceptability of an online yoga class for individuals with mood disorders. MoodNetwork members who are 18 years old or over who have experienced depression, mania, or hypomania are invited to participate. About 200 MoodNetwork participants will take part in this study.

Cerebellar Stroke and Mood Disorders

Post-stroke mood disorders (PSMD), including depression, anxiety and apathy, are observed in about 30 % of stroke patients at follow-up 3 or 4 months after stroke occurrence. They impair the functional outcome of the patients and their quality of life. Among the different brain structures involved in PSMD the role of the cerebellum has been under-evaluated while it is now well-known to be involved in mood regulation. The aim of this study will be to describe the characteristics...

RCT of Automated Conversational Agent vs. Treatment as Usual for the Management of Perinatal Mood

The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of an evidence-based smartphone application (app) for the management of mood compared to treatment as usual alone among 135 women who have been discharged post-delivery from Labor and Delivery at Stanford Children's Health - Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. Using psychometrically validated surveys for depression, postpartum depression, and anxiety, this study will evaluate whether the smartphone app has a differential ...

The Efficacy of Using a Smartphone App to Support Shared Decision Making in People With a Diagnosis of Schizophrenia

This study investigates the effects of using a smartphone app to support shared decision making (SDM) for people with schizophrenia-spectrum disorders in an outpatient treatment setting. Patients are randomized to specialized early intervention treatment with the Momentum app or without the app. The primary objective is to investigate the effect of the app on patient activation 6 months after baseline. Secondary outcomes are positive and negative symptoms, level of functioning;...

Optimizing a Smartphone Application for Individuals With Eating Disorders

This study will augment an existing mobile application for individuals with eating disorders by developing adaptive, tailored content targeting remediation of cognitive distortions. The adaptive application will be deployed and assessed for efficacy relative to the standard product in a randomized controlled trial.

Family Psychoeducation for Children With Mood Disorders

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of a Multifamily Psychoeducation Group for the families of children with mood disorders.

Development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques for Studying Mood and Anxiety Disorders

This study is intended to help develop new MRI imaging techniques for studying mood and anxiety disorders. Researchers believe that depression and anxiety disorders may cause structural and functional changes in the brain. This study will optimize the way MRI scans are collected to look at brain structure and examine how the brain behaves while subjects perform particular tasks. Healthy normal subjects between 18 and 50 years of age who have never had a major psychiatri...

Treating Depression on a Day-to-day Basis: Development of a Tool for Physicians Based on a Smartphone Application

Testing and validating an e-health (smartphone application) approach to better understand the determinants of day-to-day symptomatology in depression, medication adherence, and treatment efficacy in the goal of maximizing patient care.


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