This study will investigate if intranasal oxytocin (a hormone naturally produced in the body)
promotes motivation for, and engagement in, social activities in older adults.
Drug: oxytocin (Pitocin)
We will connect you to the doctor responsible for this trial and help you get more information.
Locations near you
Unfortunately, there are no recruiting locations near you. Please check the list with all locations below.
Full eligibility criteria for NCT00914953
Ages eligible for Study
50 Years and older
Genders eligible for Study
Accepts Healthy Volunteers
severe psychiatric problems presently or in the recent past
severe medical problems (e.g., cancer, diabetes, advanced heart disease)
irregular heart beat
treatment using psychoactive medications (other than antiepileptics, mood stabilizers, or Ambien)
inability to adequately communicate with the research team
treatment with an experimental drug
excessive fatigue suggesting hypothyroidism
All locations for NCT00914953
United States (1)
Linda Valley Villa
Loma Linda, California, United States, 92354-3135
View full eligibility
Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT00914953. The sponsor of the trial is Claremont Graduate University and it is looking for 41 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title: Oxytocin and Social Behavior Over the Lifespan: Interventional Study
1What's a trial
4Get in touch
What's a trial
Not sure you're well informed about clinical trials? Learn more about their benefits, risks and other important details.
Enter your details like condition, age, gender and other preferences and we will show you a list of all relevant clinical trials.
Review the summary of the selected clinical trial and all the locations near you in order to see if it's of interest to you.
Get in touch
You've found an interesting trial? We'll need a bit more information about you so we can connect you to the doctor in charge.
Thank you for applying!
We'll contact you soon with more information.
Consult your doctor?
Some people want to consult their doctor before considering participation in a clinical trial. This is absolutely normal as your doctor should know your medical history and should be able to advise you. If you want you can easily share the information for this trial with your doctor by clicking on the button below.