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Addressing Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Children
The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI), provided soon after a violent traumatic event, in producing significant and sustained reduction in PTSS among assault injured youth.Start: November 2017
Pilot RCT of Self-stigma Treatment for First Episode Psychosis
The overall purpose of the proposed exploratory intervention development application, is to conduct research that will inform the adaptation and preliminary testing of NECT modified for youth (aged 15-24) with first episode psychosis (FEP), targeting self-concept and illness conceptions to increase treatment engagement. The specific aims of the project are to: 1) adapt NECT to be responsive to the needs and preferences of youth with FEP, and 2) Assess the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary effectiveness of the modified intervention (NECT-YA) combined with coordinated specialty care (CSC) services, compared to CSC services alone, in a small (n = 40) RCT.Start: October 2022
Relationship Between Academic Achievement, Musculoskeletal System, Quality of Life and Technology Addiction
The increasing use of technological devices such as mobile phones and computers has become indispensable elements of daily life. Especially students are one of the groups that use communication tools most with the developing technology. This study was conducted to investigate the effect of technology addiction on academic achievement, musculoskeletal system and quality of life in young people.Start: February 2020
Development of a Predictive Index for Probable Depression Among Secondary School Students
The present study aims to develop a new predictive index to predict future depression of adolescents by using factors including individual, interpersonal and environmental. The index can be used to predict likelihood of students who are non-probable depression cases convert into probable depression cases. In addition, the investigators also test the factors of depression remission. It can hence be used in school setting to identify high-risk students, and provide them with secondary interventions that are designed by considering modifiable significant variables identified in this unique, large-scale, longitudinal study.Start: October 2020
Study of Resilience and Loneliness in Youth (18 - 25 Years Old) During the COVID-19 Pandemic Lock-down Measures.
The outbreak linked to SARS-CoV-2 pandemic resulted in lock-down measures in almost all European countries. This online survey assesses these measures implications on Mental Health in emerging adults. The questionnaires evaluate two psychometric variables (Resilience and Loneliness) and Mental Health status (mental health professional help-seeking, use of psychotropic drugs, or possible diagnosis) before and during Lock-down Measures. At least 600 healthy participants aged form 18 to 25 years old will be attended to fill the survey during the SARS-CoV2 Pandemic Lock-down Measures.Start: April 2020