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Study’s contact

Call center

+81-50-5532-7055

Email address

arimitsu@komazawa-u.ac.jp

Condition

Compassion,Social Anxiety Disorder

Treatment type

Interventional

Investigational product

Positive Affect Training for SAD

Phase

N/A

Sponsor

Komazawa University

ClinicalTrials.gov identifier

NCT03070587

Study number

001

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About the study

The purpose of this study is to develop and test a mindfulness and loving-kindness based intervention, Positive Affect Training (PAT), to enhance positive affect such as compassion, love, and gratitude and reduce symptoms of social anxiety disorder (SAD). PAT involves a combination of practicing mindfulness meditation and loving kindness meditation in groups. Although PAT has been shown to be effective for dysthymic disorder, one area that remains unclear is whether the PAT protocol for SAD can address the social anxiety symptoms in Japanese adults with SAD. The goal of the research is to test the initial feasibility and efficacy in increasing positive affect and decreasing negative affect in individuals recruited from the general community who are social anxious. If PAT is also effective for Japanese SAD patients, it could be more cost-effective and noninvasive option to address social anxiety disorder.

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