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17:32 EST 13th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Effects of Intranasal Oxytocin and Stress on Belief Updating

To investigate the effect of 24IU intranasal oxytocin on belief updating when people in stress or non-stress condition.


Cognitive Training in Parkinson's Disease, the iPARK Study

The aim of the iPARK-study is to investigate the effects of a process-based cognitive training program with focus on working memory in patients with Parkinson's Disease (PD). The study is a double blinded, randomized controlled trial with a parallel group design that aim to recruit 80 persons with PD. All patients will undergo 30 sessions (6-7 weeks) of web-based cognitive training performed at home. The working memory training is a process-based training program focusing speci...

Attentional Control Training in Older Adults: Efficacy, Transfer and Brain Substrates

Formal education and cognitively stimulating hobbies and profession have a protective effect against age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease. It is therefore possible that providing cognitively stimulating interventions at a later age increases neuroplasticity and brain resilience. Processes of updating and inhibition are both impaired by aging. Several studies have shown that updating can be improved but very few studies targeted inhibition in spite of the fact t...


The Self-help Online Against Suicidal Thoughts (SOS) Trial

The objective of the SOS-trial is to examine if an online self-help intervention is effective in reducing suicidal thoughts among people at risk of suicide. The SOS-trial is a randomized, wait-list controlled trial with 1:1 allocation ratio. A total of 438 people with suicidal thoughts will be allocated to the intervention condition (N=219) or the control condition (N=219). The intervention condition consists of a six-week internet-based self-help therapy intervention. The cont...

Long-Term Follow-up Protocol for Subjects Treated With Gene-Modified T Cells

This is a prospective study for the long-term follow-up (LTFU) of safety and efficacy for all pediatric and adult subjects exposed to Gene-modified (GM) T cell therapy participating in a previous Celgene sponsored or Celgene alliance partner sponsored study. Subjects who received at least one GM T cell infusion, will be asked to roll-over to this LTFU protocol upon either premature discontinuation from, or completion of the prior parent treatment protocol.

Multi-center, Survival Data Collection in Subjects Previously Enrolled in Celgene Protocol CC-5013-MDS-003

Multi-center, survival data collection in subjects previously enrolled in Celgene Protocol CC-5013-MDS-003.

Singing Your Negative Body-Related Thoughts

Eating disorders are characterized by intense mental preoccupation with body shape and weight. Even in the absence of disordered eating, high levels of body dissatisfaction prospectively predict depression and low self-esteem in young women. Common intervention strategies, such as challenging the validity of negative body-related thoughts, often have limited success. Recent research suggests that accepting, rather than challenging, negative body-related thoughts may reduce body...

Ketamine for Suicidality in Bipolar Depression

This study is designed to compare the effectiveness of two medications, Ketamine and Midazolam, for rapidly relieving suicidal thoughts in people suffering from bipolar depression. The first drug, Ketamine, is an experimental antidepressant that early studies have shown may quickly reduce suicidal thoughts, but we are not sure how well it may work. Midazolam, the comparison drug, is not thought to reduce depression or suicidal thoughts.

The "AIM Study": Investigating Whether Actigraphy and Ideation Measures Can Promote Patient Safety

This is a research project looking at whether measuring movements or responses to certain questions can help predict suicidal thoughts or actions. This project has two parts: The first part will occur while the participant is receiving hospitalized at the Bedford VA Hospital. It involves wearing a watch-like device on his/her wrist and answering questions or doing tasks to measure mood and other mental health symptoms, and suicidal thoughts. In the second phase, the inv...

Tinnitus Treatment Using a Smartphone Application

People with tinnitus will use a smartpphone app in which they are instructed to reject maladaptive thoughts by throwing them away from themselves (upwards) and embrace supportive thoughts by pulling them towards themselves (downwards). The Tinnitus Handicap Inventory will be used to measure the effect of the application.

The Physical Effects of Pain Catastrophizing in Labor

The purpose of this study is to find out if negative thoughts have an effect on pain experienced during labor and how labor progresses. Other studies have shown that women who experience intense pain in the earliest stages of labor have a higher risk of complications. The investigators want to know if negative thoughts can predict this outcome.

RCT of Brief CBT-I in Primary Care Veterans With Suicidal Thoughts

There is a strong association between insomnia and suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Insomnia also frequently co-occurs with other common conditions associated with suicide such as depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. This project focuses on improving sleep as a novel suicide prevention strategy that can be delivered to a broad range of Veterans. The study will examine how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, an efficacious treatment for insomnia, may reduce suici...

The Psychosocial Effect of Thoughts of Personal Mortality on Cardiac Risk Assessment by Medical Students

This study was designed to examine whether and how provoking thoughts of mortality among medical students can influence cardiac risk assessments depending on the religion of the target patient.

Experimental Control Investigation of the Impact of Assistive Technology on the User-caregiver Dyad: a Multi-site Trial

The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of an assistive technology updating and tune up intervention on users and their caregivers. This intervention includes 4 components: - an in-residence assessment of the mobility preferences of the older person and his/her caregiver - a detailed review of forms of assistance, technological and human, that are currently being used - recommendations by an occupational therapist for possib...

A Study to Evaluate Long-term Safety in Subjects With Solid Tumors and Hematological Disorders.

Rollover study supporting solid tumor and hematological disorder indications from Celgene sponsored CC-486 protocols eligible for participation in the study.

Compassionate Use Study of Two Dose Levels of Thalidomide in Adults With HIV Wasting Syndrome

To allow patients with HIV-associated wasting to receive thalidomide treatment at 1 of 2 doses. To gain safety and efficacy data from a broader base of patients with HIV-associated wasting in order to support Celgene's pivotal placebo-controlled study.

Methods for Managing Intrusive Thoughts

The current study sought to translate laboratory research on learning and memory to better understand the mechanisms and methods for implementing exposure therapy for unwanted obsessional thoughts. Specifically, we compared the processes and the short- and long-term outcomes of: (a) gradual exposure (EXP-G), emphasizing hierarchical exposure completion, versus (b) variable exposure (EXP-V), emphasizing variability in exposure intensity.

Improving Emotion Regulation at the End of Breast Cancer Treatment

The end of treatment marks the beginning of a challenging period for breast cancer patients. While this period often provokes a sense of relief, it can also be a source of apprehension and vulnerability regarding the future. Patients may be brought to feel contradictory thoughts and emotions impacting their quality of life such as anxiety linked to uncertainty and fear of cancer recurrence. In order to accompany breast cancer patients during this transition period and to addres...

Prevalence of Ambivalence Regarding Prenatal Testing

This study will examine how women think and feel about prenatal testing (amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling), how those thoughts and feelings change over time, and how they contribute to the decision whether or not to undergo prenatal testing. Prenatal diagnostic testing is offered to pregnant women at increased risk of carrying a baby affected with a genetic or chromosomal abnormality. Although these tests are well established, standard-of-care procedures, much remai...

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Prevention of Suicide in the Elderly

The purpose of this study is to design a program to prevent suicide in elderly patients by educating patients, their families, and physicians on depression and suicidal thoughts. A program to prevent suicide in elderly patients needs to be developed. Since elderly patients frequently have doctor's visits, it may be best to have a suicide prevention program based in the patient's doctor's office. When an older person visits a primary care physician, he/she will check for signs...

Knowledge and Practice of Chinese Medical Specialists Regarding Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection

The aim of this study was to evaluate knowledge and behavior of physicians regarding Hepatitis B Virus. The investigators designed a 30-item self-administered questionnaire assessing physicians' knowledge and behavior regarding chronic Hepatitis B Virus infection. These results provide data support for updating guidelines, continuing training, and even developing policies in medical insurance.

Ford Rumination and Mindfulness Merit

The investigators will acquire simultaneous EEG and fMRI data from veterans with depression and schizophrenia and mentally healthy veterans to assess early sensory responses, context updating, and responses to emotional images. Understanding how rumination affects engagement with the environment is the first step towards assessing its far-reaching cognitive and emotional costs, which cut across traditional diagnostic boundaries. Understanding how mindfulness restores informatio...

Adapting Project UPLIFT for Hispanic Patients With Epilepsy II

The purpose of this study is to adapt Project UPLIFT for Hispanic adults with epilepsy and depression. Project UPLIFT (Using Practice and Learning to Increase Favorable Thoughts) is a home-based intervention that teaches cognitive and mindfulness skills to people with epilepsy by phone to reduce their depression and improve quality of life (QOL); it was developed at Emory University with CDC funding. The purpose of this study is to adapt Project UPLIFT for Hispanic adults with ...

Black Adolescent & Entertainment Study

The study is being conducted to obtain adolescent girls' thoughts and opinions on relationship and communication styles are shown on television.

Weight Management Interactions in a Virtual Clinical Environment

This study is part of an effort to learn about interactions between doctors and patients. We aim to understand how women feel about techniques that doctors use to talk with patients about their weight. We are studying women s reactions to these techniques using a virtual reality version of a doctor s office to create as realistic a model of a doctor s visit as possible. This can help us better understand what happens during real doctor s visits. Women between the ages ...


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