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The Role of Personal Identity in Psychotic Symptoms: a Study With the Repertory Grid Technique

Personal identity is being recently recognized as a core element for mental health disorders, with relevant clinical implications. However, scarcity of data exists on its role in schizophrenia and related disorders. The repertory grid (RGT), a technique derived from personal construct theory, has been used in different clinical and non-clinical contexts for the study of the construction perception of self and others, to appreciate aspects of interpersonal construing such as pol...


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Study of the Personal Identity in Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder Without Intellectual Deficiency

The research aims at clarifying the impact of autism on personal identity in adulthood. Two studies will be made in order to compare adults with autistic spectrum disorders without intellectual deficiency and controls. In the first study (Study A), the investigators will ask subjects to tell autobiographical memories and to specify their characteristics by answering focused questions. In the second study (Study B), the investigators will ask subjects to say the self statements ...

Mental Time Travel and Identity in Bipolar Disorder Patients

Self-defining memories (SDMs) are memories that are still important today to understand who the investigators are and participate to the maintain of personal identity. SDMs are also linked to our capacity to project ourselves into the future. In bipolar disorder, life events play an important role in the course and outcome of the disease. the study is the first to investigate SDMs and self-defining future projections in a population of remitted patients with bipolar disorder.


Biology, Identity & Opportunity Study

This study will implement an intervention designed to promote ethnic and racial identity development. It is hypothesized that the intervention will have positive effects on ethnic-racial identity development, stress biology (including sleep hours and quality and diurnal cortisol profiles), emotional well-being, executive functioning, and academic outcomes, particularly for minority youth.

Psychological Health in Military Personnel

The study is designed to compare the efficacy of a simple, non-spiritual, self-management strategy that can strengthen personal and occupational resources-resources that can positively impact adverse reactions to military-specific demands and promote personal and work outcomes. Our app-based intervention, designed to strengthen a balanced self-identity through affirmation of growth and balance values, will be adapted to military occupational contexts, utilizing an existing self...

Health & Culture Project: Cultural Factors Underlying Obesity in African-American Adolescents

The overall goal of this study is to examine the relationships between cultural identity and identity-based motivation, physical activity, diet and obesity risk in African-American adolescents. It was hypothesized that African-American youth who self-report a bicultural identity maintain health promotion beliefs and behaviors that reduce obesity risk compared to minority youth who only identify with one culture or neither culture. It was also hypothesized that African-American ...

Patients' Perspectives on Identity, Ancestry and Genetics

This study will collect the opinions, understandings and personal health care experiences of multiracial persons of African and European ancestry. Understanding multiracial patients' beliefs and experiences about their race, ethnicity, ancestral origin and the genetic components of diseases can provide important data for developing ways to communicate how human genetic variation is related to self-identified race and ethnicity. The study will: - Investigate multiracial indi...

Critical Thinking in Nursing Students

Considering the need for an intervention in the context of the Brazilian nursing education, in order to develop the skills and dispositions for critical thinking (CT), this study aims to fill this gap through a first aid course, comparing a group control and an experimental group. In this study will be used two tests, California Critical Thinking Dispositions Inventory (CCTID) to review arrangements for the CT, and California Critical Thinking Skills Test (CCTST) to evaluate CT...

Trial Embedded in an Electronic Personal Medical Health Records

This is a research study to determine if a personal health record, called myHERO, will help improve health. A personal health record is a secure internet (also called online) tool that contains personal health information like medications, diagnosed conditions, allergies and laboratory values (like CD4 cells and viral load). This study will also help explain if a personal health record influences the relationship with a doctor or nurse practitioner and their patients. The purpo...

A Remotely Delivered Episodic Future Thinking Intervention to Improve Management of Type 2 Diabetes

The goals of this project are to assess the efficacy of remotely delivered episodic future thinking for reducing delay discounting and improving management of type 2 diabetes, including glycemic control, weight loss, medication adherence, dietary intake, physical activity, and blood pressure. This will be accomplished by randomly assigning participants (N = 64) to episodic future thinking or control thinking groups, while tracking outcome measures before, during, and after the ...

Adjunctive Donepezil Therapy and Genetic Risk Factors of Cognitive Dysfunction in Brain Tumor Survivors

A significant number of brain tumor patients who received radiation or chemotherapy have thinking problems as a result of their treatment. The purpose of this study is to find out if treatment with Aricept (donepezil) may improve some aspects of thinking abilities in patients with brain tumors who received radiation or chemotherapy. This research will also study whether persons having particular genes for a blood-borne substance called apolipoprotein E (APOE) are more likely to...

A Study of Identity Building in Children With ADHD

Context: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a major public health issue, is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by disturbance of attention, pathological impulsivity and a variable level of psychomotor hyperactivity. In addition to medium-term repercussions such as school failure or family dysfunction, these children have difficulties in dealing with emotions, metacognition and self-awareness that have serious consequences for self-regulation and identity ...

Cognitive Training and Practice Effects in MCI

The current study will test the effectiveness of a computerized cognitive (thinking) training program on improving thinking and memory in patients with mild cognitive impairment. The investigators will also examine how short term changes in thinking abilities (i.e., practice effects) can be related to improvement in thinking abilities after the cognitive training program.

Participation in a Research Registry for Immune Disorders

Background: - People with primary immune deficiency diseases (PIDD) have weak immune systems. This makes it hard for their bodies to fight infection. The Immune Deficiency Foundation has a network to collect data about people with PIDD. It is called the United States Immunodeficiency Network. It will help doctors and scientists better understand these disorders. The goal is to get medical data for everyone with these disorders in the U.S. and Canada. Data will be stored ...

Prospective Thinking in Hormone-Responsive Breast Cancer

One factor that limits the effectiveness of adjuvant hormone therapy for breast cancer is medication nonadherence. Adherence to long-term medication regimens requires valuation of temporally distant outcomes. Thus, interventions that improve valuation of the future, a phenomenon known as delay discounting, may improve medication adherence in breast cancer treatment and improve survival. This study will investigate the acute efficacy of a prospective thinking intervention (episo...

Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Survivors: Identity Development

The purpose of this study is to better understand how the illness has affected the identity and what needs the survivor may have. We hope that this information will help us provide better care to future adolescent and young adult cancer survivors.

A Safety Evaluation of Personal Lubricant Product When Used by Couples in Home-Use Conditions

The purpose of this study is to study in couples and to evaluate the safety of personal lubricant products.

Comparing Thinking Skills for Work (TSW)Home Practice Program With Traditional TSW Program

The purpose of this study is to determine if using a tablet computer, which is a very small, easy-to-carry computer, to practice thinking exercises at home will help improve your attention, memory, and problem solving abilities. All the participants will receive training in the thinking skills for work program. But in order to determine the effect of tablet use for home practice, half of the participants will be given a tablet to practice the thinking exercises at home. All par...

Future Mental Projections in Schizophrenia

The aim of the study is to investigate temporal organization of future thinking in patients with schizophrenia. Patients and control participants will be asked to envision and briefly describe ten personal future events using a cue-words list. Then they will be asked to describe everything that came to their minds (i.e. to think aloud) while they attempted to determine when an event will likely occur. The investigators will compare the proportion of several predefined strategie...

Effect of Concept Mapping Teaching Method on Critical Thinking Skills of Medical Students

effect of concept map in teaching critical thinking was done with randomized study

Longitudinal Identity Study of Childhood Cancer Survivors

The study investigators plan to conduct a longitudinal questionnaire study in adolescents and emerging adults (14-25 years of age at the start of the study) who survived childhood cancer to chart their identity development and broader social functioning. Additionally, the functioning of these survivors will be related to the functioning of their parents and siblings. The investigators shall focus especially on the current experience and impact of the earlier cancer experience. ...

Enhancement of PTSD Treatment With Computerized Executive Function Treatment

This study focuses on helping Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) benefit fully from therapy by first enhancing their thinking abilities. PTSD has been associated with thinking problems, including difficulty planning/organizing, thinking flexibly, and inhibiting distracting emotional information. There is some evidence that computerized training programs are helpful for improving thinking. Therefore, this study tests whether computerized cogn...

Promoting Health Knowledge Among University Students

Background: The interactions between human beings and wearable technology like activity trackers equipped with biometric sensors can be linked to health related new learning concepts/instructional methods supporting deep knowledge acquisition, situated, self-regulated and active learning. This personalized, long term interactions where specific information is pushed to the learner contributes to deepen the personal understanding related to the concept of and knowledge about hea...

Remote Alcohol Monitoring and Episodic Thinking

Nearly 18% of United States adults meet criteria for alcohol dependence sometime in their lifetime, with only 24% of those individuals ever receiving any treatment for their disorder (Hasin et al., 2007). The pervasiveness of alcohol dependence indicates a need for continued development of high-impact treatments that are both effective and easily disseminated to a broad population. Recent evidence indicates that Episodic Future Thinking (EFT), the ability to self-project and pr...

Identity Development in Youth With Neuromuscular Diseases

Up to 20% of the adolescents worldwide are diagnosed with a chronic illness. Although it's known that these young people suffer from a wide range of physical discomfort, in real life they have to cope with much more challenges whether or not caused by their physical situation. Psychiatric disorders (e.g. ASS, ADHD or depression) are more often diagnosed in this population compared to their healthy peers. The causal mechanisms for this higher risk, however, are yet unknown. ...


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