|D001008||Anxiety Disorders NIH||0.11|
There are 2 clinical trials
This study seeks to learn more about the symptoms of severe mood dysregulation in children and adolescents ages 7-17. Children and adolescents with severe mood dysregulation (SMD) display chronic anger, sadness, or irritability, as well as hyperarousal (such as insomnia, distractibility, hyperactivity) and extreme responses to frustration (such as frequent, severe temper tantrums). Researchers will describe the moods and behaviors of children with these symptoms and use specialized testing and brain imaging to learn about the brain changes associated with this disorder....
Description: This study will examine between-group differences in clinical, behavioral, genetic, neuroanatomical, and neurophysiological variablesin individuals with SMD or DMDD and/or MDD, BD (BD, see protocol 00-M-0198) or those with anxiety (01-M-0192) (LeibenlufMeasure: This study will examine between-group differences in clinical, behavioral, genetic, neuroanatomical, and neurophysiological variables Time: ongoing
Background: The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many changes to people s normal social patterns. The respiratory illness has been the major focus of public health efforts. But most experts also agree that government and public health mandates to slow the spread of the illness, such as social distancing, have a significant effect on people s mental health. Environmental stressors, such as constraints on activities, social contact, and access to resources, take a toll. Researchers want to learn how stressors related to COVID-19 affect mental health over time. Objective: To learn the relationship between stressors related to COVID-19 and self-rated measures of mental health symptoms and distress among a range of people. Eligibility: English-speaking adults ages 18 and older Design: This study will be conducted online. Participants will give their first and last name and email address. They will indicate if they have ever been in an NIH research study. They will get a username and password. Every 2 weeks for up to 6 months, participants will complete online study surveys. They will get email reminders. Some surveys will be repeated. At the end of the study, they will complete a set of end-of-study surveys. The surveys will ask about the following: Age, sex, race, and other sociodemographic data Mental and medical illness history and treatment Family medical history Mobility, self-care, and life activities Behaviors related to alcohol and substance use disorder Mental illness symptoms Psychological distress Stressors caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Participants will get links to mental health resources, such as hotlines. They will also get guidance on steps to take to seek care or support. Study website: nimhcovidstudy.ctss.nih.gov
Description: Thoughts and feelings about mental health impact of COVID-19Measure: NIMH COVID Study survey - adult responses Time: Biweekly online responses
Description: Ratings on measures of mental health symptoms and distressMeasure: DSM XC and KS survey Time: Biweekly online self report
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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