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Brain Function and Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

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Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

This is a pilot study that will investigate how two psychotherapies (re-interpretation and mindfulness) alter brain function. This information will be used to gain understanding of how repeated emotion regulation practices influence the brain and to develop a focused, tactic-based emotional regulation remediation approach for treatment of ADHD.

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Behavioral - Cognitive Behavioral Training

The CBT-based regulation training involves using a cognitive strategy that instructs participants to reappraise situations in positive or less negative ways.

Behavioral - Mindfulness

The MBT-based regulation training involves using a mindfulness strategy that instructs participants to notice and accept their feelings without judgment or intent to act upon them.

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Changes in Brain Function Through Repeated Emotion Regulation Training

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NCT04265859

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