Can Cognitive Training Decrease Reactive Aggression? The Role of Improved Emotion Regulation, Emotion Awareness, and Impulse Control

Clinical Trial Details

The purpose of this study is to find out if participating in activities that train cognitive skills can improve your ability to manage your emotions. 

This research study is being done because severe mental illnesses can contribute to problems managing emotions during stressful situations. These difficulties with managing emotions result from difficulties with cognition. Cognition refers to your thinking skills—your ability to remember, focus, think quickly, reason, solve problems, and recognize other people’s emotions. We are interested in finding out if by training your thinking skills; we can improve your ability to manage emotions and aggression. 

We have developed a program that includes several activities that help people think better faster, and more efficiently. The purpose of the study is to see if the treatment program that includes computer training activities can help improve your thinking skills and your ability to manage your emotions.

Study contact by location

Upper East Side - Manhattan

Contact(s)

Anthony O. Ahmed
aoa9001@med.cornell.edu

Primary Investigator(s)

Protocol ID(s)

Weill Cornell Medicine IRB #:

1505016194

Status

Open to Enrollment

Age Group

Adult

Disease