Clinical Trial

Brain Function and Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

Study Description

Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

This is a pilot study that will investigate how two psychotherapies (re-interpretation and mindfulness) alter brain function. This information will be used to gain understanding of how repeated emotion regulation practices influence the brain and to develop a focused, tactic-based emotional regulation remediation approach for treatment of ADHD.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Cognitive Behavioral Training

The CBT-based regulation training involves using a cognitive strategy that instructs participants to reappraise situations in positive or less negative ways.

Behavioral - Mindfulness

The MBT-based regulation training involves using a mindfulness strategy that instructs participants to notice and accept their feelings without judgment or intent to act upon them.

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04265859

ParticipAid ID

elYz7a