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Neurofeedback & Alcohol Dependence

The study aims to examine whether the neurofeedback method (based on functional magnetic resonance imaging [fMRI]) can help patients with alcohol dependence to control their urges to drink alcohol and thus to remain abstinent. Potential effects of neurofeedback on abstinence and drinking behaviour will be evaluated based on the comparison between a group of patients receiving multiple sessions of neurofeedback training and a group of patients receiving treatment as usual over...


The Impact of Physical Exercise on Navigation Performance in Soldier

20 healthy man, 10 in trial group and 10 in control group (randomly divided) will participate in the experiment on order to evaluate if improvement in physical fitness influences spatial learning in humans.

Exercise Habit and M-PAC

Background: Two of the most prominent limitations of traditional social cognitive models used to understand moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) are the gap between intention and behaviour and the lack of consideration of implicit processes in behavioural enactment. Thus, new models are now being examined that attempt to consider these potential limitations. Multi-Process Action Control (M-PAC) is one such attempt to build a more comprehensive schematic, whereby intent...


Enhancing Social Interaction With an AlterEgo Artificial Agent

The objective of AlterEgo is the creation of an interactive cognitive architecture, implementable in various artificial agents, allowing a continuous interaction with patients suffering from social disorders, by virtue of changes in behavioural (robot-based) as well as morphological (avatar-based) properties of that agent. The project includes research in fundamental and clinical neurosciences, interaction modeling, development of new computer-vision techniques and human-robot ...

Effect of Acupuncture and Diet Modification on amenorrheaIN FEMALE ATHLETE TRIAD

The present study will be designed to investigate the effect of acupuncture and diet modification using soy products on amenorrhea in female athlete triad. For this purpose this study will be carried out on sixty female athletes participating gymnastics. They will be recruited from Sports Medicine specialized center in Nasr City, their ages will range from 17 to 25 years old and their BMI will be < 20 Kg/m2 .

Detecting Dementia Earlier

Aims 1. To determine whether the 4 Mountains test of allocentric (i.e. viewpoint-independent) spatial memory, and tests of memory for a recent experience (e.g. watching a brief video), to diagnose the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. 2. We operationalise this as the ability of these tests to predict whether or not an individual progresses from having some cognitive difficulties (diagnosed as 'mild cognitive impairment' MCI) to subsequently de...

Study of Familiarity in Alcohol Dependence

Background: Alcohol-dependence is a chronic disease with a high risk of relapse. The main therapeutic outcome relies on relapse prevention which seeks to identify high risk situations and individual's response to these situations especially the emotional response to social environment. Alcohol-dependence also induces cognitive impairments leading to social cognition impairments increasing the risk of relapse. Familiarity is a key process in social interactions: it induc...

Identification and Research of Impacts of Social Categorization Process in Nurse Triage (SOCIAL SORTING)

Social Sorting is a: non interventional, observational, qualitative and multicenter research. It investigates three French emergency units in three French centers (UH of Angers, H of Le Mans, H of Laval). It is a research based on nursing sciences and social-psychology and it proposes to study the process of social categorization that intervenes during triage nursing. The process of social categorization has developped since the beginning of XX century (LIPPMANN, in 192...

Using Social Norms to Encourage People to Exercise More

The investigators are interested in using social norms to motivate people to sign up for a 100-day exercise challenge and exploring how to make social norms messages more effective.

Spatial Cognitive Training

This study is designed to see if doing regular training on a spatial imagery task leads to improvements in the ability to do the trained spatial imagery task and in the ability to get around in everyday activities.

Evaluation of Degree of Dependency After Stroke.

Understanding the risk of dependence and its severity before hospital discharge for stroke is important for health and social care planning as instrument to prioritize people where the assistance is more appropriate in a context o limited resources and avoid the gap across the health care continuum. The goal is to conduct an assessment, which will identify the patient's needs. In doing so, the team, along with family may effectively coordinate, plan and implement any steps nece...

Young Consumers' Attitudes and Behaviour Towards Sustainable and Healthy Eating

The purpose is to investigate young consumers' attitudes and behaviour towards sustainable and healthy eating by applying a multidisciplinary approach, taking into account economical, marketing, public health and environmental related issues. In order to achieve this goal, consumers' reactions on interactive tailored informational messages about sustainable from social, environmental and economical point of view, as well as healthy eating behaviour in a group of Polish young ad...

Spatial Skill Training for Robot-assisted Surgery

Surgical residents from a single tertiary medical center were divided into 2 groups. All residents performed 2 tasks on a Da Vinci robotic simulator system after which they were either given a real training session in spatial skills (study group) or shown a short presentation regarding robotic surgery. After training/watching the presentation, they repeated the for mentioned tasks on the robotic simulator. Improvement in surgeon performance, especially regarding tissue damage w...

Stroke Survival in Municipalities: Impact of Geographic Proximity to First- and Second-degree Relatives

Our key objective will be to investigate if geographic proximity to first- and second-degree relatives has an influence on post-acute stroke survival and use of health and social services. We will also model and map spatial variation in stroke and cardiovascular disease (CVD) incidence and mortality and see if some of the variation is due to spatial clustering of familial risk. The study will use innovative approaches to large-scale registry and survey data and statistical anal...

Brief Alcohol Intervention in General Hospitals

The purpose of the study is to reveal the most promising procedure for implementing alcohol screening and intervention in general hospitals and to find out, if and to which extent non-specialist health professionals can be qualified to carry out motivational intervention on their own or if there is a need for a specialized counseling services. In a randomized controlled trial, patients recruited in general hospitals and fulfilling criteria for alcohol dependence, alcohol abuse...

A Study of Thienorphine Hydrochloride Tablets in Relapse Prevention Treatment of Opioid Dependence

Opioid addiction is common worldwide. Thienorphine hydrochloride is a newly partial opioid receptor agonist drugs. It`s affinity with opioid receptors was much higher than opioids, which could effectively prevents opioid dependence by stop opioids competition for opioid receptors and causing opioid dependence. The aim of this research was to determine whether thienorphine hydrochloride would reduce opioid use and better preventing relapse among opioid addicts.

Impact of Nerve-sparing Radical Hysterectomy on Patients' Urinary Dynamics

Background: Radical hysterectomy is an important therapy for early cervical cancer. Disfunction of urinary dynamics is the most common postoperative adverse effects, which had negative impact on patients' quality of life. Nerve sparing radical hysterectomy (NSRH) could reserve inferior hypogastric plexus (IHP) innervating bladder, hence improving postoperative urinary dynamics. Furthermore impact of different energy instruments on urinary dynamic isn't clear. Objectives:...

HIV-DNA Dynamics in HIV Monoinfected or HIV/HCV Coinfected Patients

New markers of viral activity are now under investigation. Aim of the study is to investigate the efficacy of new antiretroviral drugs by monitoring HIV-DNA dynamics in HIV-positive population. In HIV/HCV coinfected population, the study of HIV reservoir dynamics and the analysis of the prevalence of HCV resistance-associated mutations will help clinicians to improve the management of coinfected patients.

Neural Effects of Cognitive-behaviour Therapy in Panic Disorder

Exposure-based cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) for anxiety disorders is an effective intervention, but the brain mechanisms driving recovery are largely unknown. In this experimental medicine study, it will be investigated to what degree CBT affects neural markers of anxiety at an early stage of treatment, to identify dynamic mechanistic changes which might be crucial in the process of recovery as opposed to those seen following full treatment completion. Patients with panic ...

Vestibular Disorder and Visuo-spatial Functions in Deaf Children

The purpose of this study is to determine whether vestibular disorders could affect visuo-spatial cognition. Visuo-spatial cognition will be evaluated using a new computerized test using a digital tablet.

Network Support for Treatment of Alcohol Dependence

Relapse is the most serious problem in alcoholism treatment. The overall aim of the present study was to determine if a treatment directed at changing the patient's social network, from one that reinforces drinking behavior to one that reinforces sobriety, can create the conditions necessary for long-term treatment success. In addition, we intended to determine if explicit reinforcement for this change of social network (Contingency Management or ContM) would be more effective ...

Serum Hepcidin Immunoassay - Laboratory to Marketplace

This is a single center, prospective, observational study to demonstrate the clinical validity of the Intrinsic LifeSciences (ILS) Intrinsic Hepcidin IDx™ Test in the diagnosis and management of iron deficiency (ID) in adolescents and young adults. This test is considered non-significant risk.

Randomized Controlled Trial of Social Network Targeting in Honduras

Social network targeting strategies can be used to improve the delivery and uptake of health interventions. We will enroll approximately 30,000 individuals into a randomized controlled trial of different targeting algorithms in order to explore how social network dynamics affect the uptake, diffusion, and group-level normative reinforcement of key neonatal and infant health behaviors and attitudes in 176 rural villages in the Copan region of Honduras. Our goal is to develop met...

Support, Health, and Fibromyalgia

This study tests the effects of social support and education on the health and well-being of people with fibromyalgia (FMS). We recruited 600 adults with a confirmed diagnosis of FMS from a large health maintenance organization. We randomly assigned the study participants to one of three groups. People in the social support group met with others who suffer from FMS for 2 hours every week for 10 weeks, and then monthly for an additional 10 months. The social support and educatio...

A Training Program for Developing Social- and Personal Resources

In this study, a new psychosocial training for social relationships for mildly and heavily stressed adults will be evaluated. In a 6-module course, with four 3-day modules and two 5-day modules in the timeframe of one year, participants learn ways to strengthen their personal resources to establish effective social relationships and to develop skills as a social being. In between the module courses, the participants take 5 single sessions with an instructed trainer and document...


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