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Identifying Precursors to Severe Problem Behavior

The primary objective of this research is to evaluate the escalating sequence of behavior that culminates in severe problem behavior (SPB, such as aggression, self-injury, and disruption). To do so, we will investigate the precursors of SPB, which are defined as behaviors that are not as severe or dangerous as SPB, but that reliably precede the occurrence of SPB. Identifying and knowing about these precursors has the potential to complement existing behavioral treatments, makin...


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Neural and Mobile Assessment OF Behavior Change Among Problem Drinkers

This study will examine the neural mechanisms underlying both spontaneous behavior change and behavior change in response to a brief intervention among problem drinkers.

Prevention Program for Problem Behaviors in Girls in Foster Care

This study will determine the efficacy of a parent-involved intervention in preventing problem behavior in middle school girls who are currently in foster care.


Tantrum Tamers 2.0: The Role of Emotion

This study aims to better understand how to best help parents of young children with problem behavior. Problem behaviors vary between and within children, but can include inattention/hyperactivity, tantrums, and/or noncompliance.

Preventing Problem Behavior Among Middle School Students

Problem behaviors such as drug use, violence, and school misconduct increase during adolescence. This study evaluated a program designed to prevent problem behaviors in middle school students; the program includes classroom instruction for students and home instruction for parents.

Activating Behavior for Lasting Engagement After Stroke

Stroke survivors demonstrate high levels of sedentary behavior, placing them at risk for exacerbation of chronic health conditions. This may lead to recurrent stroke. Subtle cognitive impairments are common after stroke and can lead to difficulty self-monitoring and problem solving to overcome barriers to physical activity. Investigators developed the Activating Behavior for Lasting Engagement (ABLE) intervention to promote activity scheduling, self-monitoring, and problem solv...

Provider Variability in the Use of Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs and Reversal

The use of neuromuscular blocking agents during surgery is associated with postoperative respiratory complications and increased risk of readmission to the hospital following ambulatory surgery. Understanding the clinical behavior of providers is essential in devising and assessing quality improvement projects since it is primarily individuals who determine the utilization of neuromuscular blocking drugs and reversal agents, not institutions. Therefore, the primary objective of...

Testing a Shortened Version of the AlAn's Game

It has been demonstrated that behavior on the AlAn's game is related to Moral Elevation response. Moral Elevation is a positive response to another's act of generosity "of charity, gratitude, fidelity, generosity or any other strong display of virtue". The constellation of emotional, physical and psychological aspects of a Moral Elevation response have been well described. Moral Elevation can be elicited with stimulus stories or videos and measured with self-report questionnair...

Interventions for HIV+ Mothers With Problem Drinking

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a 14-session behavioral intervention for HIV-infected and uninfected mothers with problem drinking. The intervention targets alcohol and drug problems, sexual risk behavior, and parenting. We hypothesize that mothers in the 14-session intervention condition will show improvements in alcohol and drug use, sexual risk behavior, and parenting in comparison to the control condition, which receives a one session brief video ...

Effectiveness of Behavioral Preschool Teacher Training

A cluster randomized controlled pre-post effectiveness trial of behavioral preschool teacher training (BPTT) delivered in a practitioner assisted group format for children with externalizing behavior problems. Preschools were randomized to either intervention in 25 preschools or as 22 waiting list control preschools, where teachers in preschool classes with the target child or children were program receivers. Participants were 100 target children 3-5 years old together with 72 ...

Study of Children at Risk for Disruptive Behavior Disorders

A conduct disorder is characterized by repetitive and persistent patterns of behavior where the basic rights of others and rules are violated. This study investigates characteristics of children and their surroundings (environments) that place them at risk for the development of disruptive behavior disorders and associated disorders of anxiety and mood. Children ages 4 - 5 with moderate (subclinical) and severe (clinical) rates of misconduct during the preschool period are co...

SMART Africa (Strengthening Mental Health Research and Training)

The objective of this research study is to examine the implementation of and outcomes associated with an evidence-based practice (EBP), specifically Multiple Family Group (MFG) targeting youth disruptive behavior challenges and success, through a scale up intervention study in Uganda, and two pilot studies that will be conducted in Kenya and Ghana

Online Interventions for Gamblers With and Without Co-occurring Problem Drinking

Many problem gamblers are also problem drinkers,with lifetime prevalence in nationally representative samples ranging from 45% to 73%. Heavy drinking often occurs while problem gamblers are engaging in gambling activities, resulting in increased risky gambling behaviour. Further, co-occurring problem drinking negatively impacts on the treatment outcomes of problem gamblers. Thus, targeting problem drinking among problem gamblers may have the dual benefits of reducing both the p...

Phase II Study of Stereotypes and Mental Retardation: Neurobiological Basis

OBJECTIVES: I. Determine differences between persons with repetitive behavior disorders and matched controls on measures of motor control relevant to basal ganglia pathophysiology. II. Determine the efficacy of bromocriptine, a dopamine agonist, in the treatment of stereotyped behavior and related behavior disorders. III. Determine the efficacy of sertraline hydrochloride, a selective serotonin uptake inhibitor, in the treatment of repetitive behavior disorders. IV....

Collaborative Problem Solving vs. Positive Solutions for Families in Preschool Parent Groups

The main objectives of this study are to evaluate the feasibility, acceptability, and effects of a CPS parent group on outcomes for a sample of parents of children ages 3 to 5 compared to outcomes after attending a parenting group that promotes behavioral (operant) parenting. We hypothesize that guardians in the CPS group will report a better understanding of how neurocognitive skills relate to children's behaviors, greater improvements in child functioning and behavior, and gr...

Tailored Activity Goals - an Exercise Prescription Study

The primary goal of this study is to determine experimentally the relationship between affective response to exercise and future exercise behavior. A secondary goal is to examine potential mediators and moderators of this relationship, specifically four variables considered to contribute to the volitional control of exercise behavior - planning, attention, resource commitment, and affect regulation. An additional goal is to examine how symptoms of depression might influence the...

Stimulation of Parents' Self-efficacy Beliefs and Emotion Coaching Practices (H2M1)

This research compared the efficacy of two parenting interventions that vary according to the number and the nature of variables in reducing preschoolers' externalizing behavior (EB). The goal was to identify which parenting intervention format (one-variable versus two-variable) caused higher behavioral adjustment in children.

CPS for Youth With Challenging Behavior

The method "Collaborative and Proactive Solutions" (CPS) was developed by Dr. Ross Greene, Harvard University, and provides a more compassionate and accurate way to understand and help kids with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. The underlying theory is that challenging behavior is caused by lagging cognitive skills, commonly in the domains of flexibility/adaptability, frustration tolerance, and problem‐solving. Thus, challenging behavior can be seen as a form of ...

The Development of Autistic Children Based on Mothers´Response in Autism Behavior Checklist

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the process of development of autistic children, in a direct and indirect intervention context from mother´s response in Autism Behavior Checklist.

Folinic Acid and Language Impairment in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a heterogeneous neurodevelopmental disorder often with life-long consequences that affects young children during critical developmental periods. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that ASD affects as many as 14.7 per 1000 children (1 in 68). Despite the dramatic rise in the detected prevalence of ASD over the past two decades, no effective medical treatment has been developed to address core ASD symptoms (social communication and repetit...

Response to Social Rejection in Suicidal Behavior

Suicide is a major health problem that causes annually a million death worldwild. In the stress-vulnerability model, suicidal behavior (SB) results from the interaction between an individual's predisposition and stressful condition. We hypothesized that the sensitivity to social exclusion may represent a core component of the suicidal vulnerability Recent evidence also suggest that inflammatory mediators plays a critical role in SB. Furthermore, social stressors are particulary...

Teen Online Problem Solving (TOPS) - An Online Intervention Following TBI

The purpose of this study is to learn if using the World Wide Web to train teens and their families in problem-solving, communication skills, and stress management strategies can help them to cope better following traumatic brain injury (TBI). To answer this question, we will look at changes from before the intervention to after the intervention on questionnaire measures of problem-solving skills, communication, social competence, adjustment, and family stress and burden. We hy...

Evaluation of the IY TCM Program in Norwegian School and Day-care Settings

The purpose of this study is to evaluate whether training teacher and staff in the Incredible Years (IY) Teacher Classroom Management (TCM) program reduce behavior problems and promote social competence in student aged 6-8 years (school) and in children aged 3-6 year (day-care). To examine group differences from baseline to 8-9 months after, a quasi-experimental control group design with pre- and post-measurements was used.

Elderly Demented Patient: Aromatherapy Complementary to Psychopharmacotherapy Psychological Disorders and BPSD Behavior

Behavioral and psycological symptoms of dementia, (BPSD) are one of the major problem for families, doctors and for patients the same. To reduce the side effects of the standard treatments, is important to find an alternative methods of treatment, eg the aromatherapy. There is an incresing in scientific evidence the its use in dementia behavior related.

Internet Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Concerned Significant Others of Problem Gamblers

BACKGROUND: About 2.3 % of the adult population in Sweden is considered to be problem gamblers, and it is estimated that only 5 % of them seek treatment. Problem gambling can have devastating effects on the economy, health and relationship, both for the problem gambler and their concerned significant other (CSO). No empirically supported program exists for the CSOs of problem gamblers. Consequently, the aim of this study is to develop and evaluate a program aimed at CSOs of tre...


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