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By the method of multi-mode Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 5 patients with knee osteoarthritis are selected in this trial to observe the possible differences in the brain structure and function from the 5 healthy volunteers.
The present project partners with leading faith communities in Houston to provide expert-led educational workshops to a diverse sample of adults on normative and concerning response to disaster. Secondly implementing peer-led interventions where a trained adult leads others through an evidence-based manualized intervention. Lastly, identifying and referring individuals who require more intensive services to a higher level of care.
This study assesses: (1) the impact of the Relax, Be Aware, Do a Personal Rating (RAP) Club, a school-based prevention program for urban eighth graders, on students' emotional functioning and education outcomes; (2) potential moderators and mediators of RAP Club's effects; and (3) factors related to the implementation of RAP Club, including cost of delivery and perceptions of key stakeholders.
Depression is a common mental disorder, people with depression feel sadness anxious, loss of interest or pleasure, hopeless, helpless, worthless feelings of guilt and poor concentration. It can impair person's ability to function at work or school, or cope with daily life. It can lead to suicide.
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of a brief electronic shared decision making (eSDM) intervention on depressive symptoms in coronary heart disease patients with elevated depressive symptoms.
This project was developed to analyze the clinical, biochemical and functional impact of tDCS on depressive symptoms in participants with temporal lobe epilepsy, intending to collaborate directly in the development of new therapeutic strategies for participants with epilepsy and associated mood disorders. Another objective of this work is to add knowledge about biosafety, possible behavioral and electrophysiological effects of tDCS in participants with temporal lobe epilepsy. Depending on the findings, the study as proposed may provide immediate results for the care of participants with epilepsy.
The purpose of the study is to examine the benefits and mechanism of action of computerized cognitive training (CCT) on mood, neuropsychological deficits, everyday functioning, and brain activity among young adults with a range of depressive symptoms.
This study evaluates the effects of the Life Story Book intervention on depressive symptoms and meaning in life for mentally alert residents of nursing homes. Half of the participants will receive the intervention while the other half receive care-as-usual. The intervention will then be switched, and the participants who received care-as-usual will receive the intervention while the home that received the intervention will then receive care-as-usual.
Depression is defined as a cluster of specific symptoms with associated impairment. The clinical and diagnostic features of the disorder are broadly similar in adolescents and adults. Nevertheless, depression in adolescents is more often missed than it is in adults, possibly because of the prominence of irritability, mood reactivity, and fluctuating symptoms in adolescents. While depression is the leading cause of disability for both males and females, the burden of depression is 50% higher for females than males. In fact, depression is the leading cause of disease burden for women in both high-income and low- and middle-income countries.
This study will investigate an intervention delivered by community health workers for older adults with signs of cognitive impairment, mobility loss, and depression in the rural primary care setting.