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Evaluation of the Effects of Response Elaboration Training for Aphasia

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effects of Response Elaboration Training (RET), which is a speech/language therapy for aphasia. The study is designed to determine whether verbal language production improves in terms of content and length of utterances as a result of treatment.

Effect of Noninvasive Electrical Brain Stimulation on Memory Performance at Different Times of Day in Younger and Older Adults

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is the safest and most accessible, non-invasive brain stimulation technique available for testing causal links between different brain regions and functions, by manipulating cognitive abilities. By identifying key experimental factors that can improve the reliability and robustness of stimulation effects on cognitive performance in different age groups, this project should lead to the widespread adoption of these design features in...

Effects of Repeated Memory Training on Memory Function and Addiction Related Processes

Prospective memory is the ability to implement an intention to the future (e.g. remember to take medication, attend a scheduled meeting), and has receive little attention in addiction. The investigators propose that prospective memory plays a critical, yet unrecognized, role in major human behavior change such as that required in addiction treatment. This study will determine the preliminary efficacy of prospective memory training in improving memory and executive functions whi...

Memory Rehabilitation by Means of Working Memory Training in Combination With a Recollection Training

Memory deficits after brain damage are common and there is still a need for evaluated therapy methods. In this study we compare two therapeutic interventions and investigate whether therapy effects can be found on neuropsychological tests and on a test measuring memory in everyday life.

Measuring Head Impacts in Sports

Head impacts in sports can lead to brain injury even when the participant is wearing a helmet. The forces that contribute to brain injury from sports-related head impacts are not well understood. This study will test a new device to measure the speed of head impacts among football players.

A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Two Types of Memory Training Programs in People With a Diagnosis of Mental Illness.

This study will compare the effectiveness of a psychoeducational memory program versus a computerized memory program in individuals with mental illness. Although improvements are expected with both form of interventions, we do not know which will provide maximal benefit in this population.

Phytoestrogens and Memory Decline in Menopause

The purpose of this study is to investigate whether soy-derived phytoestrogens taken as dietary supplements improve memory function in postmenopausal women who have experienced early memory decline.

Media Effects Study on Health-Related Content

A media lab study will be conducted to determine the mechanism by which podcasting may exert an effect. This study will examine both physiological (heart rate, skin conductance, etc.) and psychosocial (knowledge, perceived control, elaboration, etc.) measures in participants listening to a podcast on health versus reading health content on the Web. We hypothesize that podcasting will create a greater physiological response than the Web. There will also be more elaboration in th...

Protocol Memory Deficit in Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome

The main objective of this study is to evaluate the evolution of memory deficit (verbal episodic memory, procedural memory, working memory, short-term memory) in Sleep Apnea Obstructive Syndrome (SAOS) patients after treatment by Continuous Positive Airway Pressure treatment (CPAP). For thus, we will compare memory tests in two separate groups of SAOS patients with “effective ” versus “ineffective” ( or sham) CPAP, before and 6 weeks after the beginning of the treatment...

Everyday Memory Intervention

Evaluates an intervention designed to improve everyday memory function, contrasting people receiving the intervention with a group that receives traditional memory strategy training.

Ketasyn In Age-Associated Memory Impairment

The purpose of this study is to determine whether Ketasyn, a compound that increases energy availability in the brain, improves memory in older adults with "normal" loss of memory abilities since early adult life.

Prospective Memory in Parkinson's Disease

The investigators tested whether prospective memory is impaired in individuals with Parkinson's Disease compared to controls using reliable and validated experimental measures. Also, the investigators assessed the impact of Parkinson's medication on prospective memory performance in PD to better estimate prospective memory function in PD patients' everyday (chronically treated) life.

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...

Neurological Changes With a Memory Self-efficacy Training Protocol

Confidence in one's ability to accomplish a task, more formally known as self-efficacy, is an important psychological variable that can influence how the investigators perform on various tasks. Previous studies have shown that self-efficacy is a modifiable trait that can be improved and bolstered with training and practice. More importantly for this study, memory self-efficacy has been shown to be modifiable for older adults, consequently improving their performance on memory t...

Gestural Short Term and Working Memory Task

According to the working memory model, which accounts for the organisation of working memory, the processing of non-meaningful gestures is not clear. Some authors suggest that working memory for non-meaningful gestures has the same characteristics as the phonological loop, made up of a phonological store and of a revival process (articulatory rehearsal). These characteristics are evidenced in memory span tasks, memory span which is itself determined by the duration of the memor...

Cognitive Rehab for Parkinson's

This study will examine the feasibility of an at-home cognitive training program that incorporates both memory training and online computerized cognitive training (CCT) software. Data will also be collected to determine if this program improves thinking and memory as well as everyday function. The hypothesis is that memory and cognitive training combined , compared to memory training alone or will lead to greater improvements in cognitive performance and daily function.

Pilot Study of the Feasibility and Efficacy of Working Memory Training in Children With Cochlear Implants

This study is an investigation of the effect of a computer-based working memory training program on memory and language processing in at-risk children (e.g., those with working memory weaknesses) who have received cochlear implants.

SeniorWISE: Improving Everyday Memory in At-Risk Elderly

The purpose of this study is to determine whether classes on memory training will help older adults to improve or maintain their daily activities.

Screening for Memory Studies

We hope to recruit participants into various clinical trials and research projects.

Prevention of Head Impacts in Football: The HuTT Technique

The purpose of the study is to determine the effectiveness of the helmet-less tackling training (the HuTT Technique) intervention to reduce head impacts in high school football players and to gain an understanding of the neurocognitive effects of repetitive head impacts in football. The investigators hypothesis is that the HuTT Technique will result in a reduced frequency and magnitude of helmet impacts than the control group measured by a head impact measurement system. Also, ...

Brain Effects of Memory Training in Early Psychosis

Background: People with psychosis show profound deficits in memory. A new cognitive remediation therapy using an app on a computer or mobile phone to improve memory has been effective in this population, but the neurobiological effects are unknown. Objectives: 1) To use functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine brain changes during a working memory task before and after a 12 hour memory training intervention on a computer or mobile phone, 2) To use diffusion tens...

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Study of Memory in Children

Memory is a cognitive function whose development is still poorly documented in children, but which is often disturbed in temporal epilepsy. There are no studies about the disorders of episodic memory. The investigations using functional MRI (fMRI) are scarce, they do not involve this field and none are dedicated to children. The objectives of this project are to study the neuronal networks involved in episodic memory in normal children, as well as the disorders of episodic memo...

Memory and Mental Health in Aging

A comparison of memory training with and without donepezil.

Ventrointermediate Nucleus (VIM DBS) and Working Memory

This is part of a larger study for which participants have already completed memory and thinking tests. In this study, investigators are trying to learn how deep-brain stimulation affects memory skills in essential tremor (ET) patients. We are especially trying to figure out how stimulation on each side of the brain may affect working memory.

Strategy Based Technique to Enhance Memory (STEM) for Improving New Learning and Memory (NLM) in Moderate to Severe TBI

The purpose of this research study is to investigate the effectiveness of a memory enhancement technique in persons with a Traumatic Brian Injury (TBI). The study is designed to research how well this technique can help people with TBI improve their memory and their ability to function better in everyday life

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