An Exploratory Study to Evaluate Attention Biases in Adults With Multiple Sclerosis, Breast Cancer, and Lung Cancer

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Status

Completed

Conditions

Breast Cancer
Multiple Sclerosis
Lung Cancer

Treatments

Device: CT-100-D-004-A
Device: CT-100-D-004-B

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Industry

Identifiers

NCT06136923
CT-100-D-004

Details and patient eligibility

About

CT-100 is a platform that provides interactive, software based therapeutic components that may be used as part of a treatment in future software-based prescription digital therapeutics. One class of CT-100 components are Digital Neuro-activation and Modulation (DiNaMo) components. DiNaMo components target key neural systems (including but not limited to systems related to sensory-, perceptual-, affective-, pain-, attention-, cognitive control, social- and self-processing) to optimally improve a participant's health.

Full description

CT-100 is a platform that provides interactive, software based therapeutic components that may be used as part of a treatment in future software-based prescription digital therapeutics. One class of CT-100 components are Digital Neuro-activation and Modulation (DiNaMo) components. DiNaMo components target key neural systems (including but not limited to systems related to sensory-, perceptual-, affective-, pain-, attention-, cognitive control, social- and self-processing) to optimally improve a participant's health. Targeted cognitive training is used to reduce symptoms relevant to multiple sclerosis (MS) and cancer. Biases to direct attention towards or away from certain stimuli can exacerbate a variety of symptoms in many different indications. For example, in chronic pain conditions, patients are more attentive to pain-related stimuli, which can lead to hypersensitization. Similarly, hypersensitivity to threat-related stimuli can exacerbate anxiety. In this treatment, users are trained to re-orient attention away from negative stimuli, such as pain- or threat-related stimuli.

Enrollment

194 patients

Sex

All

Ages

22 to 65 years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

A participant will be eligible for entry into the study if all of the following criteria are met:

  • Fluent in written and spoken English, confirmed by ability to read, understand, and sign the informed consent form
  • Lives in the United States
  • Adult between 22 and 65 years old
  • Meets indication-specific including criteria, as reported by the study participant with adequate clinical documentation (to be provided to the study team upon request)
  • Has an active email address and is willing and able to receive and respond to email messages
  • Has access to an internet connection during the study duration
  • Has an active PayPal account to receive study compensation, or is willing to create one
  • Willing and able to comply with study protocol and assessments
  • Is the sole user of an iPhone with an iPhone operating system (iOS) version 14 or later or a smartphone with an Android operating system (OS) version 10 or later for the duration of the study
  • Is willing and able to receive Short Message Service (SMS) text messages and notifications on their smartphone
  • Has access to operating headphones

Exclusion criteria

A participant will not be eligible for study entry if any of the following criteria are met:

  • Visual, dexterity or cognitive deficit so severe that it precludes the use of an App-based reaction time-based activity per investigator judgment
  • Severe psychiatric disorder involving a history of psychosis (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, severe personality disorders)
  • Psychiatric hospitalization in the past 6 months
  • Participation in any research study (including studies on psychotherapy, mindfulness, cognitive training or pharmacological treatment) during the past 3 months
  • Initiation or change in primary disease-specific medication within 30 days prior to entering the study
  • Planning the introduction of new therapies (including studies on psychotherapy, mindfulness, cognitive training or pharmacological treatment) during the study duration (6 weeks)
  • Anticipating a change in current pharmacological or psychotherapy treatment regimen during the study period (6 weeks)
  • Self-reported substance use disorder within the past 1 year
  • Severe neurological disorders impairing brain function (e.g., previous stroke, dementia, primary brain function, brain metastases, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, history of significant head trauma followed by persistent neurologic deficits or known structural brain abnormalities)
  • Mild, moderate, severe or profound unilateral or bilateral hearing loss

Trial design

Primary purpose

Basic Science

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Parallel Assignment

Masking

Single Blind

194 participants in 8 patient groups

Multiple Sclerosis with Mobility Limitations Study App A
Experimental group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-A uses implicit training with audiovisual stimuli to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for multiple sclerosis with mobility limitations.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-A
Multiple Sclerosis with Mobility Limitations Study App B
Other group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-B uses implicit training with verbal processing exercises to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for multiple sclerosis with mobility limitations.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-B
Multiple Sclerosis without Mobility Limitations Study App A
Experimental group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-A uses implicit training with audiovisual stimuli to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for multiple sclerosis without mobility limitations.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-A
Multiple Sclerosis without Mobility Limitations Study App B
Other group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-B uses implicit training with verbal processing exercises to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for multiple sclerosis without mobility limitations.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-B
Oncology Breast Cancer Study App A
Experimental group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-A uses implicit training with audiovisual stimuli to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for breast cancer.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-A
Oncology Breast Cancer Study App B
Other group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-B uses implicit training with verbal processing exercises to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for breast cancer.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-B
Oncology Lung Cancer Study App A
Experimental group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-A uses implicit training with audiovisual stimuli to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for lung cancer.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-A
Oncology Lung Cancer Study App B
Other group
Description:
Cognitive Training App CT-100-D-004-B uses implicit training with verbal processing exercises to potentially redirect and modulate attention processes. This intervention is designed to help improve cognitive capabilities as well as redirect attentional biases to make participants less sensitive to distressing stimuli for lung cancer.
Treatment:
Device: CT-100-D-004-B

Trial contacts and locations

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Central trial contact

Research Coordinator

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