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NCT ID: NCT03647943 Recruiting - Sham tDCS Clinical Trials

Neuromodulation Augmented Cognitive Training to Improve Cognitive Flexibility in Anorexia Nervosa

Start date: August 30, 2019
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of the study is to evaluate the use of a new brain stimulation tool called transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). tDCS is a new technique used to stimulate the brain. The investigators believe that it may help to change brain function in individuals with anorexia nervosa. The brain stimulation occurs outside the head. The tDCS procedure involves applying a small amount of electrical current across the scalp, for a short period of time. This small electrical current is able to change the electrical activity inside areas of the brain. In the current study, the investigators will ask participants to complete computer-based brain training sessions. While participants do the brain training exercises, they will receive either real tDCS for "sham" tDCS. "Sham" tDCS means that participants might feel sensations like tingling or vibrations from the tDCS machine, but will not actually receive the electrical current. Investigators will also ask participants to complete several tests to assess changes in brain function. The information gained from this study will help investigators to understand how tDCS could be used to improve brain function and learning in individuals with anorexia nervosa.

NCT ID: NCT02570763 Withdrawn - Sham tDCS Clinical Trials

Combining Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation With Cognitive Behavioral Intervention in Substance Use Disorder

Start date: November 2015
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The current study aims to examine the safety and feasibility of utilizing tDCS to enhance affect-laden episodic memory consolidation among adults with co-occurring alcohol use and anxiety disorders who have recently undergone detoxification as a step toward the translational clinical application of this approach.