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clinical trial
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and you are
between 8 and 17
years old
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The purpose

This study aims to test the efficacy and feasibility of administering a computerized attention training program targeting clinical levels of anxiety in Latino youth between the ages of 8-17. 52 youth from Imperial County, a rural and predominantly Latino region, will be randomized to receive either 1) a 12-session attention modification program (AMP) or 2) an attention condition program (non-active treatment). Clinical assessment of symptom severity will be conducted before, during, and after treatment. We hypothesize that at the end of treatment, children who receive the active intervention (AMP) will show (1) decreased attention bias to anxiety-related triggers using an independent measure of attention bias to assess change and (b) reduced anxiety severity. We also hypothesize that this study will be feasible, tolerable, acceptable, and safe in this underserved sample of Latino youth. This study is an initial step towards demonstrating the feasibility of implementing a novel computerized attention training program in anxiety in underserved community samples.

Provided treatments

  • Behavioral: Attention Modification Program
  • Behavioral: Attention Control Condition
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Tris trial is registered with FDA with number: NCT03028792. The sponsor of the trial is University of California, Los Angeles and it is looking for 52 volunteers for the current phase.
Official trial title:
Attention Training for Underserved Youth With Anxiety