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NCT ID: NCT05686668 Enrolling by invitation - Clinical trials for Major Depressive Disorder

Evolution of the Sensory Profile in Depression

DEPSENS
Start date: January 10, 2022
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The perception of the environment through the study of sensory awareness is important to understand the adaptive or symptomatological behaviors (e.g., withdrawal, increased activity level, stimulation seeking, etc.). Sensory processing disorders, such as hypersensitivities or hyposensitivities, have been described in people with depression using the Adolescent Adult Sensory Profile scale. In a recent study, similar results consistent with extreme sensory profiles (hypersensitivity, hyposensitivity, sensation avoidance) in adults with a major depressive disorder were observed. The evolution over time of the sensory profile in people with a depressive disorder is not known. It is currently unknown whether these extreme sensory processing profiles are stable over time or whether they may evolve with the depressive symptomatology to normalize with clinical improvement. This knowledge could have an important impact both on the symptomatological expression of the disorder, its recognition, and also on the management of the patient. The investigators aim to study the evolution over time of the sensory profile of depressed subjects hospitalized using the ASSP. The behavioral responses of individuals with sensory processing disorder may be related to the coping strategies of these individuals with their living environment. In a second step, the investigators will study the second step the sensory profile of subjects with depression according to their coping strategies, their living environment and their clinical characteristics (anxiety (anxiety, psychomotor slowing, self-esteem, anhedonia).

NCT ID: NCT05664529 Enrolling by invitation - Clinical trials for Postpartum Depression

Mother-Child Interactions During Feeding

Start date: August 1, 2022
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The feeding process is based on a mutual relationship and interaction, as it takes place with the active participation of the child and the parent. Feeding problems are among the most common behavioral problems in early childhood. Inappropriate eating habits can cause growth retardation, unhealthy food preferences, and obesity. Parent-child interaction during feeding is particularly important in developing healthy feeding behavior. The aim of this study is to evaluate the interaction between mother and child during feeding, by using the Feeding Scale in Turkish children aged 6-36 months. A cross sectional, observational study will be conducted to explore mother-child relationship during feeding period by using Chatoor Feeding Scale.

NCT ID: NCT05577481 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

Neuronavigation Guided iTBS With Personalized Target for Depression

Start date: October 2022
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

The study will compare the efficacy of intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation (iTBS) with different stimulated targets for major depressive disorder (MDD) and explore possible brain network mechanisms. The stimulated targets will be located by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) based on anatomy structure and functional MRI based on functional connectivity respectively. This study aims to identify that functional connectivity targeted iTBS protocols have a superiority antidepressant efficacy compared to anatomy structure targeted one.

NCT ID: NCT05529381 Enrolling by invitation - Placenta Previa Clinical Trials

Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms in Placenta Previa / Accreta

Start date: November 26, 2022
Phase:
Study type: Observational

placenta previa is an obstetric complication which is associated with depression and anxiety. As little is known about the emotional reaction to the diagnosis of placenta previa/accrete, a study is badly needed to estimate the magnitude of this problem and its effects on the mother

NCT ID: NCT05522673 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

[11C]-(R)-Rolipram to Measure cAMP Signaling Before and After Ketamine

Start date: February 1, 2023
Phase: Phase 1
Study type: Interventional

Background: Major depressive disorder (MDD) may have many underlying causes. One theory is that brain cells with low levels of a molecule called cyclic AMP (cAMP) may cause depression. A drug called ketamine may increase the levels of cAMP in a person s brain cells. Objective: To find out if administering ketamine to people with depression affects cAMP levels in their brains. Eligibility: People aged 18 to 70 with MDD who are enrolled in another NIH study that uses ketamine. Design: Participants will visit the NIH clinic 5 times in up to 6 weeks. Some of the visits may be spread out over more than 1 day. Participants will be screened. They will have a physical exam with blood and urine tests. They will have a test of their heart function. They will have a psychiatric evaluation. They will answer questions about their family history and mental health. Participants will have a PET scan. A small amount of a radioactive drug will be injected into a vein in their arm. Participants will lie on a bed that slides in and out of a doughnut-shaped machine that records images of their brains. They will have their heads in a holder to prevent movement. Each scan will last up to 2 hours. After their first PET scan, participants will receive ketamine in a different study they are enrolled in. Then they will come back for another PET scan with the radioactive drug. Participants will also have another scan called an MRI. They will lie on a table that slides into a metal tube. They will lie still for up to an hour....

NCT ID: NCT05520983 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

BEhavioral Health Stratified Treatment (BEST) Study for Youth With Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities (IDD)

BEST
Start date: September 1, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Many youth with disabilities and their families receive "care coordination services" from a state Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) agency. MCHB care coordination services help youth with disabilities get the medical care and social services they need to be healthy. Complex HEalth Care for Kids (CHECK) developed a program to combine mental health treatment and care coordination services for youth with disabilities. The goal of this study is to see whether a care coordination program that treats depression and anxiety (MCHB care coordination + CHECK) is better than a care coordination program (MCHB care coordination alone) that refers youth to mental health services in terms of making youth feel healthier, happier, and able to handle future challenges. The project team will test which care coordination approach is better at making youth with disabilities: (Aim 1) less anxious and depressed; (Aim 2) feel healthier, function better, and practice healthy habits; (Aim 3) improve their ability to manage their health. This study will also evaluate which approach makes (Aim 4) youth, caregivers, and providers feel more satisfied with their care coordination experience. This study will give youth with disabilities and their families information about what kinds of care coordination models are available, and better suited to their needs. The study team will reach out to 780 youth with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, age 13-20 years old, who receive care coordination services from the state of Illinois MCHB. If these youth are eligible and agree to be in the study, they will be placed, by chance, into either MCHB care coordination alone or into the MCHB care coordination + CHECK program. In both groups, youth will have a care coordinator who helps them identify and make plans to meet their needs and provides referrals to services/resources. Youth in the MCHB care coordination + CHECK care coordination will get mental health treatment directly from CHECK staff if they report symptoms of depression or anxiety. Treatment may include an online program or group meetings that teach youth how to cope with negative thoughts and feelings. Youth in each group will be followed for 24 months and will receive gift cards for participating. Youth will be asked questions about anxiety and depression, health, functioning, ability to manage their health care, self-efficacy, and their experience with care coordination.

NCT ID: NCT05515159 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

Blood Biomarkers in Electroconvulsive Therapy

Start date: October 1, 2019
Phase:
Study type: Observational

The present multi-disciplinary study will assess blood biomarkers to investigate putative mechanisms of action of ECT. Laboratory findings will be correlated to clinical parameters, cognitive measures and psychometric outcome measures. The aim is to elucidate the underlying mechanisms for both treatment effects and cognitive side effects of ECT.

NCT ID: NCT05513963 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

Clairity in a University Mental Health Clinic

FECU
Start date: November 4, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This is a clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the Clairity tool within the university setting for students who are being seen by a mental health provider.

NCT ID: NCT05462977 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

Rhythmically Entrained Exercise in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

REECO
Start date: May 1, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro conduct a single-arm intervention trial to investigate the efficacy of a music-based group exercise program for community-dwelling older adults. Up to forty participants will be recruited to participate in a music-based light-to-moderate intensity group exercise program for 20 weeks (30 - 40 min/day, up to 6 days/week), which is designed for older adults with or without functional limitations to exercise with chairs for the improvement of aerobic capacity, upper and lower body strength, and balance control at a gradually increasing pace. During the exercise sessions, participants will be trained to move in time with music playlists in synchronous tempos. Primary outcomes are cognitive performance, mobility, and health-related quality of life measured before and after the intervention. Secondary outcomes are adherence to the exercise program as a potential mediator of the treatment.

NCT ID: NCT05461599 Enrolling by invitation - Depression Clinical Trials

Digital Therapeutic for Adolescent Depressive Symptoms in Cardiology and Gastroenterology

Start date: August 25, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The primary aim of this pilot study is to assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary evidence of efficacy of a self-guided, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)-based mobile app intervention (SparkRx) for symptoms of depression among adolescents being treated in specialty medical care settings at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA).