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Do Your Emotions Get the Best of You?
We are looking for people currently receiving mental health treatment between the ages of 18-55. (REF# Pro00035922)
Reducing Suicide Ideation Through Insomnia Treatment (REST-IT)
Clinical Trial studying whether a careful, controlled use of hypnotics will reduce suicidal thoughts in depressed participants with insomnia who are already receiving antidepressant treatment. Clinical trial for those affected by depression, insomnia, psychiatry, suicide. (REF# Pro00037694)
Anxiety Medication Study in Children and Adolescents
This purpose of this study is to see if the investigational drug called Extended Release Guanfacine Hydrochloride (SPD503) is safe and effective for the treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder or social phobia as compared to placebo in children aged 6-17 years old. (REF# 00034819)
Can Brain Waves Detect Alzheimer's Disease?
We are seeking volunteers with Alzheimer’s disease to test a novel device for diagnosis of the disease (REF# 22638)
Nicotine Patch Pretreatment for Smoking Cessation in PTSD
You may be eligible to participate in a research study testing an experimental way to help people quit smoking. (REF# 5550)
Thinking About Emotions Study
If your pre-teen or teen is receiving psychological or psychiatric care, you may qualify to participate in this research study investigating what parents, pre-teens, and teens think about emotions and how they talk about emotions together. (REF# 24673)
National Network of Depression Centers rTMS Registry
This study is a long-term, prospective, observational, multicenter patient registry to collect data in patients with depression who are treated in routine clinical care with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) at the participating centers. (REF# 29329)
Longitudinal Exploration of Psychosocial Factors In Sickle Cell Disease
Patients with sickle cell disease are needed for a study that examines the psychological, social, financial, personal and professional relationships, and religious/spiritual struggles patients with SCD encounter. (REF# 3865-06-10R4)
Impulsivity and Behavioral Risk in HIV Patients with Mood Disorders
We are conducting a study on impulsivity, HIV/AIDS, and mood disorders like depression or bipolar (manic-depression).
Lifestyle, Cardiovascular Disease Risk, and Cognitive Impairment
Adults older than age 55 are needed for a study examining how exercise and diet improve cognitive function. (REF# 31464)