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14 resulaten gevonden voor Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, Behavioural Science Institute in trials

A Randomized Controlled Trial to Test the Effectiveness and Mechanisms of Change of a Video Game targeting Inhibitory Control in a Social Context among Smokers.
- TRIAL ID
NTR6706
- ACRONYM
An experimental study to test the effects of a video game training inhibitory control among young adults with eating disinhibition.
- TRIAL ID
NTR5793
- ACRONYM
NL: Huid-op-huid contact tussen moeders en hun voldragen baby’s EN: Skin-to-skin contact in mothers and their full-term infants
- TRIAL ID
NTR5697
- ACRONYM/
The effectiveness of the commercial video game Journey in preventing depression
- TRIAL ID
NTR5134
- ACRONYM
Adventurous Dreaming Highflying Dragon: A Randomized Control Trial (RCT) testing the Effectiveness of a Full-Body Video Game on Decreasing Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) Symptoms
- TRIAL ID
NTR5083
- ACRONYM
A randomized controlled trial testing the effect of the video game ‘Mindlight’ on anxiety symptoms in children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- TRIAL ID
NTR5069
- ACRONYM-
Adventurous Dreaming Highflying Dragon: A Randomized Control Trial (RCT) testing the Effectiveness of a Full-Body Video Game on Decreasing Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) Symptoms
- TRIAL ID
NTR5048
- ACRONYM
Preventing childhood anxiety disorders: Is a video game as effective as a CBT-based program?
- TRIAL ID
NTR4993
- ACRONYMn.a.
The effectiveness of a campaign in which children stimulate each other to drink water.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4885
- ACRONYM
A randomized controlled trail to evaluate the effectiveness of a videogame intervention (Dojo) for anxious-aggressive adolescents.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4477
- ACRONYM
A randomized controlled trial to test the effectiveness of an immersive 3D video game in preventing anxiety.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4379
- ACRONYM
A randomized controlled trial using a video game to reduce anxiety in children.
- TRIAL ID
NTR4366
- ACRONYM
A randomized controlled trial comparing school-based (Op Volle Kracht) and computerized (SPARX) depression prevention programs with adolescent girls.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3737
- ACRONYM
Imitation of Food Intake and Choices in Children.
- TRIAL ID
NTR2055
- ACRONYM