Impulsive Decision Reduction Training for Youth (IDRT-Y)

Study Overview

We are seeking children and teenagers to participate in a research study on decison-making.
Impulsive Decision Reduction Training (IRDT) is a psychoeducational and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) intervention designed to reduce impulsive and risky decision-making and promote the use of a more adaptive, thoughtful decision-making style in adults.
The primary objective is to investigate the feasibility, tolerability and preliminary effectiveness of a novel intervention, Impulsive Decision Reduction Training for Youth (IDRT-Y), to reduce risky, impulsive decisions and to increase future orientation when making decisions in adolescents (ages 10 – 17).

Study Description

 Study participation involves:
  • Participation in 8 therapy sessions over 8 weeks that can be completed online
  • Completing surveys about decision-making and experiences receiving therapy
Study participation lasts 24 weeks and subjects will receive counseling and education at no cost. 
Subjects will be compensated via e-gift cards sent by email and can earn up to $300 for participating.


Recruitment Status

Open

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