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Previous research suggests that people with bipolar disorder have trouble accurately identifying emotions. The goal of this study is to test a novel intervention, emotion recognition modification (ERM), to help improve the ability of young people with bipolar disorder to identify emotions.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder, more prevalent than previously thought and heterogeneous in expression, though uniformly characterized by severe social disability. The social disability that defines ASD pervades other areas of adaptive behavior, is predictive of secondary mental health problems, and adversely affects long-term outcome. Although ASD is a chronic condition, there has been little research on interventions for adults with ASD. This ...
Parkinson'disease is a neurodegenerative disorder characterised by bradykinesia, rigidity, rest tremor and postural instability. Dopaminergic therapy such as L-Dopa and dopamine agonists usually leads to a dramatic improvement of symptoms, but disease progression nevertheless remains inevitable. Bilateral Deep brain stimulation in subthalamic nucleus is now considered the gold standard surgical treatment. Parkinson'disease mainly affects the nigrostriatal dopaminergic system w...
Gilles de la Tourette's syndrome is a childhood onset inherited neuropsychiatric disorder characterised by the presence of both multiple motor tics and one or more vocal tics (noises), with psychiatric and/or behaviour disorders (such as obsessive compulsive behaviour…). This disease is associated with an dopamine system imbalance which could be responsible of a specific trouble in the recognition in some facial expression. This has been already shown in Gilles de la T...
Background: The present study aims to identify the mechanisms underlying the deficit in facial emotion recognition reported both in schizophrenia and the 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, and thus, reveal a distinction between the two disorders. Indeed, despite the clinical overlap between the two syndromes, some of the symptoms appear to be specific to only one of them. In particular, the disturbance of visual functions is specifically observed in the 22q11.2DS. Hence, the dif...
The social processes depend on complex cognitive mechanisms, which involve mainly the frontal and temporal lobe regions. Patients with early onset frontal and temporal lobe lesions might later develop important deficits in social integration. Accordingly, children with early onset temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) demonstrate altered emotion recognition.
Major depression disorder (MDD) has high estimated lifetime prevalence rates of 16.6%. Currently, the diagnosis for the MDD mainly depends on patients' reports of symptoms, observed behaviors and disease course. Establishment of clinically useful biomarkers for the MDD diagnosis would enhance patient management and treatment effect, and lead to the therapies adjusted to the individual. However, no such biomarkers have been established up to now. Therefore, the development of ob...
Oxytocin (OT) is a neuropeptide that acts as a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator in the brain. Previous studies have shown that intranasal administration of OT improves social cognition and behavior (e.g. emotion recognition). In the current study, we want to gain more insight into the underlying mechanisms by which OT influences emotion recognition. More specifically, we will investigate whether intranasal administration of OT enhances the salience of social (compared to non...
Impaired recognition of affective facial expressions has been conclusively linked to antisocial and psychopathy. However, little is known about the modifiability of this deficit. This study aims to investigate whether and under which circumstances the proposed perceptual insensitivity can be addressed with a brief implicit training approach.
The purpose of this research is to evaluate the effectiveness of three training programs designed to teach persons with traumatic brain injury to recognize emotions. It is hypothesized that the training programs will enhance several aspects of emotion recognition in persons with TBI. Furthermore, it is expected that these effects will be maintained over time, and will positively influence participants' social behavior and integration.
The main purpose of this study is to investigate the existence of emotional attention impairments in Alzheimer's Disease, in correlation with amygdala and attention networks alterations. To this end, functional and structural neuroimaging will be used. A face expression recognition task, along with eyetracking, will be used to assess emotional attention impairments.
The guiding scientific premise for this research is that a growth emotion mindset will promote more adaptive emotion processing than a fixed emotion mindset. Because emotional sensitivity is particularly salient in adolescent girls, we will focus on this group. Using an experimental design, adolescent girls will be randomly assigned to either a mindset manipulation or a control group (brain education). Each group will complete a 25-minute computer-based lesson followed by a soc...
This project will address impaired emotion regulation in adolescents with ASD (autism spectrum disorder). There are no evidence-based interventions to improve emotion regulation (ER) in this population, yet poor emotion regulation often leads to maladaptive behavior and substantially impedes capacity to learn and function across all life settings, and reduce their quality of life and that of their families. The primary objective of this study is to formally evaluate efficacy of...
The present work consists of a randomized clinical trial comparing the effectiveness of two interventions based on social cognition training in outpatients with schizophrenia. The investigators sought to compare the effect of a "targeted" (TAR) and a "broad-based" (SCIT) intervention on schizophrenia patients' performance in facial affect recognition, theory of mind and attributional style. Secondarily, the investigators compare the effect on symptomatology, general cognition a...
The study will examine the neural and behavioral correlates of emotion regulation in adolescents engaging in binge eating and/or purging and healthy adolescents. Furthermore, it will look at the influence of executive function on emotion regulation in this population. This study will allow us to gain further understanding of the neural basis of emotion regulation in this age group. Moreover, this study supports the need to develop new treatment approaches based on a better unde...
The present study will explore the effectiveness of a computer based neurobehavioral intervention in alleviating symptoms and improving emotion regulation in psychiatric populations. It will increase understanding of psychopathology at a neural-circuit level and aid development of new non-pharmacological treatment for emotion regulatory deficits.
Social cognition refers to mental operations that enable people to perceive, interpret constantly changing social informations. These processes allow people to rapidly, effortlessly and flexibly perceive and interpret rapidly-changing social information, and respond appropriately to social stimuli. Besides, this ability gives meaning to the actions of others. Impairments in this field may largely underlie social dysfunctions and reduce adaptive skills. Moreover, social cognitiv...
The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of a brief, emotion regulation intervention on the ability to perceive other people's emotions.
The serious game "JeStiMulE" (Educational Game for Multisensory Stimulation of Children with developmental disorders), developed by the Autism Resources Center of Nice, was created to teach social cognition including emotion recognition in context, for children and adolescents with autism. In a previous study, JeStiMulE has demonstrated efficacy in a population of young people aged 6-17 years old with high and low levels of autism. According to the recommendations of the 2011 ...
A treatment to improve emotion regulation is tested in young patients with trauma-related mental disorder. The Electrical FingerPrint (EFP) from the amygdala is used for presenting patients with feedback (i.e. neurofeedback) from the amygdala, a brain region which plays a critical role in emotion and mental disorder. Via feedback, patients learn to self-regulate the neural circuit of emotion.
The current project will examine effectiveness of an intervention based on the concept of the social regulation of emotion. The intervention is designed to improve well-being in individuals with MS by leveraging participants' existing social support. Effectiveness will be tested on a sample of 42 individuals with MS, half of whom will receive the intervention and half of which will receive an inactive control. Investigators will document changes resulting from treatment on self...
The purpose of this study is to test whether intragastrically infused fatty acid will interact with positive emotion induction and if this effect is mediated by gut hormones.
The primary aim of this proposed project is to collect pilot data using an Emotion Regulation / Emotional Intelligence-Focused Psychosocial Intervention to obtain the effect sizes on hypothesized changes in Emotion Regulation, Emotional Intelligence, and HbA1c values that will be needed for a more appropriately sized clinical trial for an RO1 submission to the National Institutes of Health.
Cognitive and emotional disorders are often encountered in multiple sclerosis (MS) cases: depressive and bipolar disorders are twice as frequent as in general population. Cognitive disorders, (particularly attention and dysexecutive disorders), appear in early stages of the disease's evolution, in cases of lightly or moderately disabled patients, with a recent evolution, with a "minor" form of the disease, even in Clinically Isolated Syndromes (CIS). Emotional disturbances are...
The purpose of this study is to examine the role of emotion and mood in the context of HIV.