Your search for "Behaviors and Mental Health" found 23 matches:
Utilization of Virtual Reality Mindfulness Application to Reduce Stress and Promote Wellbeing in University Students

Participants will be provided with Oculus Quest or Oculus Quest 2 VR headsets for the duration of the evaluation period (8-weeks) and will be asked to complete at least one 8-10 minute TRIPP VR mindfulness session 3-5 days per week via the VR headset or their mobile phone. Throughout the c...

Protocol #: 21-3622

NightWare Therapeutic Platform for improving Cardiovascular Health in Adults With Nightmares Associated with PTSD

We are recruiting individuals who experience PTSD-associated nightmares to participate in a research study to help us understand if improving sleep quality, by reducing the impact of nightmares can improve cardiovascular health....

Protocol #: 21-5027

Social Information Processing in Teens (SIP Study)

Interested in how irritability affects social information processing in teens? Our goal is to learn more about how people commonly react to social ambiguity and how irritable mood may relate to negative interpretations of social signals in adolescence....

Protocol #: 20-2633

The Child Bipolar Disorder Network (CBN): A Collaborative Treatment Study of Youth With or at High Risk for Bipolar Disorder

Does your child have symptoms of bipolar disorder? We are looking for children, teens, and young adults (ages 9 to 21 years) who have moods that alternate between depression and periods of excessive energy and activity for this study. Participants will get a full diagnostic evaluation fro...

Protocol #: 22-0853

Substance, Trauma, And Recovery - STAR Study

Eligible participants will be randomly assigned to RRFT or Encompass. Participation in this study includes approximately 18 treatment sessions and 4 research visits over the course of one year. ...

Protocol #: 21-3736

Teen Brain Imaging Study

Irritability in youth is associated with anxiety, depression and suicidality later in life. Treating irritability early may prevent negative outcomes. A promising way to treat irritability is to address negative bias. Understanding biased social judgments has become a major focus of soci...

Protocol #: 20-2633

Location: CU Anschutz non-hospital research facilities

Restoring Efficient Sleep after TBI (CU-REST)

You may be eligible if you are between ages 18 and 60, had a traumatic brain injury over a year ago, currently have insomnia, and have reliable access to the internet. Participants must be living in the State of Colorado....

Protocol #: 22-1169

Stressful Perceived Experiences on RNA in Men (SPERM) Study

Participation involves 1 in-person visit per month for 9 months. The study visits include clinical assessments/questionnaires, and provision of semen and urine samples at select visits....

Protocol #: 22-0053

BfedBwell cancer survivorship nutrition program: proof-of-concept pilot study

Cancer survivors who have completed active treatment within the last five years and who have BMI 25-45 kg/m2 will take part in a 12-week study of the BfedBwell survivorship nutrition program. BfedBwell includes group nutrition education and discussion, skills development sessions and cooki...

Protocol #: 23-1501

Location: Colorado Research Center, CTRC-adult, CU Anschutz non-hospital research facilities

Please help us learn more about autism spectrum disorders!

Study participants will complete MRI Scans, blood draws, tests of cognitive abilities, such as memory and attention, questionnaires about physical activity and emotions, and may be asked to participate in 10 weeks of exercise or social gaming....

Protocol #: 14-1282

Location: CU Anschutz non-hospital research facilities

Bipolar Prediction Brain Imaging Study

Adults age 18-40 with diagnoses of Bipolar Disorder or Major Depressive Disorder are being recruited for this study. ...

Protocol #: 22-1159

Location: CU Anschutz non-hospital research facilities


Individuals with Down syndrome (DS) have an increased risk of numerous co-occurring conditions, including the neuropsychiatric condition known as Down Syndrome Regression Disorder (DSRD). A DSRD diagnosis often includes a sub-acute onset of catatonia, mutism, depersonalization, loss of abi...

Protocol #: 22-1992

Location: Childrens Hospital Colorado

Neuronal Effects of Exercise in Schizophrenia

Protocol #: 14-1282

Location: University of Colorado Hospital

Effects of low-dose levetiracetam on clinical symptoms, cognition and hippocampal hyperactivity in patients with schizophrenia

Protocol #: 13-1495

Locations: Anschutz Health and Wellness, Outpatient CTRC, UCD Anschutz Health & Wellness Center, University of Colorado Hospital

VA Protocol: Reducing Hippocampal Hyperactivity and Improving Cognition in Schizophrenia

Adults diagnosed with schizophrenia are needed for a clinical trial to learn more about how a new medication may affect the brain. Study participants will complete MRI scans, clinical interviews, and cognitive tests. Duration of participation: 14 weeks. Participants will be compensated for...

Protocol #: 16-1831

Location: Outpatient CTRC, Outpatient CTRC, University of Colorado Hospital

Research Study 19-1658

Few medications are currently Food & Drug Administration (FDA)-approved for the treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), and those that are have, on average, modest effects on drinking. Precision medicine research has explored whether patient-level variables, such as genetic variation, may...

Protocol #: 19-1658

Location: Department Specific Free Standing Clinic, Outpatient CTRC, Outpatient CTRC, University of Colorado Hospital

Research Study 19-2335

This study evaluates the effects of an FDA-approved medication called tolcapone in people who have both Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The study involves seven visits over a three to four week period, including an assessment visit and tw...

Protocol #: 19-2335

Location: Brain Imaging Center (BIC), Department Specific Free Standing Clinic, Outpatient CTRC, Outpatient CTRC, University of Colorado Hospital

Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for Methamphetamine Use Disorder

In a randomized cross-over design of DBS of the nucleus accumbens (NAc) for treatment refractory methamphetamine use disorder (MUD, n=5), we will test safety, feasibility, effect on clinical outcomes (craving and use), and seek to identify biological targets (using cue craving during recor...

Protocol #: 18-0254

Location: Brain Imaging Center (BIC), University of Colorado Hospital

Feasibility and Limited Efficacy Trial of a Cognitive Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Procedural Anxiety Among Woman with High Risk Pregnancies with Scheduled Cesarean Deliveries

Protocol #: 19-1896

Location: Childrens Hospital Colorado

Group Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Anxiety in Adolescents with Autism and Intellectual Disability: A Randomized Controlled Trial

What is the study about? This study investigates an adapted Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) group treatment to determine if it is more effective than therapy services that adolescents with Autism (ASD) and Intellectual Disability (ID) are already receiving. What does the study entail? ...

Protocol #: 20-3142

Location: Department Specific Free Standing Clinic

Feasibility of VR Programs for Anxiety Related Disorders in an Outpatient Care Setting

For this project, semi-structured interviews will be conducted with up to 10 providers specializing in mental health care for adolescents and up to 20 adolescents, ages 14-18, with mild to moderate social anxiety symptoms. Adolescent interviews will focus on using the VR program and provi...

Protocol #: 21-4407

Location: Department Specific Free Standing Clinic

Mothers Optimizing Resources Everyday (MORE)

This study plans to learn more about perinatal mood disorders and sources of support for pregnant and postpartum individuals. Personal and social resources can help individuals cope with the demands associated with the transition to motherhood. Interventions that support personal resources...

Protocol #: 22-1725

Location: University of Colorado Hospital

Randomized, controlled trial of Rybelsus (semaglutide) among adults with AUD

You will be randomly assigned to one of two groups. You will have a 50% (1 in 2) chance of receiving semaglutide and a 50% chance of receiving placebo. This is a double-blind study, which means neither you nor the study investigator will make the choice to which group you are assigned, an...

Protocol #: 23-0261

Location: Outpatient CTRC, University of Colorado Hospital