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This study evaluates the effects of digital versus standard literacy promotion, as well as dialogic language behaviors and reading comprehension among infants when comparing the use of e-books to standard board books. Around half of the participants will receive standard board books at the 6, 9, and 12 month well visits, while the other half will receive digital e-books.
This study is testing the effects of early literacy promotion compared to standard literacy promotion at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Eligible participants and their families will be consented and randomly assigned into either a standard literacy program or an early literacy program. Standard literacy will consist of the receipt of books and reading promotion beginning at 6 months of age, while early literacy will consist of the receipt of books and reading promotio...
Smoking is an important public health issue. The self help books may have important motivational implications which associated with deep breath exercises could cease the habit. Goals: Verify the effectiveness of the deep breaths exercises from the self help books along with the two motivational interventions to quit smoking on the anxiety, depression and daily consumption levels. Method: The study will be both prospective and controlled. Individuals will be distributed randomly...
The goal of this study is to compare the efficacy and mechanisms of change of two self-help books for social anxiety in college students in a randomized controlled trial. One book is based on traditional cognitive behavioral therapy and one is based on acceptance and commitment therapy. This study will test the following hypotheses: Hypothesis 1: The CBT and ACT book conditions will both experience decreased social anxiety and distress. Life satisfaction and values prog...
A randomised controlled trial to compare two different rehabilitation work books used in patients with wrist fracture.
The aim of this project is to test whether giving parents advice about book reading is effective in promoting language learning for infants from a range of socio-economic backgrounds.
This study is designed to implement the reading of age appropriate books by a trained reader into the waiting area of a pediatric day surgery unit to determine if it is effective at reducing the anxiety and pain levels of parents and children by providing a safe and calming activity for the child. This is a single-centre trial based at the IWK Health Centre. The primary outcome will be based on the anxiety and pain scores of the research participants.
The promotion of language and communicative development in the early years is extremely important. Children who enter school with good language skills have better educational and economic success. This study is part of a large project across Liverpool, Manchester and Sheffield Universities to determine how shared reading promotes child language development, and use this knowledge to make it an effective language boosting tool for children across the whole socio-economic spectru...
The study is designed to examine the effectiveness of a computer-based auditory training program to improve the benefits received by individuals who wear hearing aids. The study will involve 3 groups - a computer-based training group, an active listening group which will involve listening to books on CD, and a placebo group that receives no additional treatment.
This clinical trial studies how well educational intervention works in improving knowledge and screening rates of colorectal cancer. An educational intervention, such as viewing an inflatable colon, PowerPoint presentation, or flip books/flipcharts, may help improve knowledge about colorectal cancer and how often people get checked for colorectal cancers.
Overactive bladder is a clinical syndrome characterized by frequency, with or without urge incontinence, urgency, and nocturia, which affect patients' sleeping quality and rehabilitation program progressing. Current treatments include behavioral therapy (eg, life style adjustment, bladder training, pelvic floor muscle therapy) and medication. Antimuscarinic agents is the most common medications prescribed for OAB, but patients often have side effects like dry mouth and constipa...
Hospitalization is a stressful event that might impact in a patient's recovery. Children are more susceptible to suffer acute stress as a result of a hospital stay. Stress is often quantized using cortisol levels, a substance which increases following stressful stimuli. Since stress management is important in a patient's recovery, different therapies are used and have been evaluated and proven effective to diminish cortisol levels such as play interventions and clown therapy. N...
RATIONALE: Music therapy or book discussion may improve quality of life in patients undergoing stem cell transplant. It is not yet known whether music therapy is more effective than book discussion in improving quality of life in patients undergoing stem cell transplant. PURPOSE: This randomized phase III trial is studying how well music therapy works compared to listening and discussing books on tape in improving quality of life in young patients undergoing stem cell tr...
The investigators propose to answer the following research question: Does a multifaceted, culturally tailored intervention that focuses on the specific concerns and preferences of African American patients with depression and their primary care providers improve the processes and outcomes of care for African Americans to a greater degree than a standard state-of-the art depression intervention? This study will determine whether two new educational programs can improve the care...
The group of patients diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is increasing and so is the need for new and effective treatment methods. ASD is characterized, among other things, by difficulties in social interaction and communication. These difficulties often affects their quality of life and causes a risk of developing social anxiety or other forms of mental illness, which often leads to isolation and may cause difficulties in participating in regular face- to- face psyc...
Since 1998, UCONN undergraduate students have volunteered as part of a service- learning course to deliver a program called Husky Reads. Inspired by the nationally accepted American Academy of Pediatrics' program "Reach Out and Read," Husky Reads was first designed for promotion of health, nutrition habits and literacy by reading health-oriented books to young children in pediatric and health clinics. The Husky Reads curriculum now includes a series of 10 lessons designed to in...
This study will explore the optimum training schedule for stroke patients to learn motor skills. It will see if motor training is more effective when training sessions are distributed over time (spaced training) or when the sessions are scheduled close together (massed training). The results of this study may help researchers devise the best training schedule for patients to derive the maximum benefit from rehabilitation therapy. Healthy normal volunteers and people who have h...