UCSF Attention Training Studies
Has your child between 7-16 years old with or without ADHD?
Researchers at UCSF are studying new attention training approaches.
ADHD study: Recruiting right-handed children with ADHD (7-14 yo). Study involves computer exercises and brain activity recordings and requires up to 17 visits to UCSF over 2-4 months then a 3-month follow up, each visit lasting about 2 hours.
Additional eligibility for this study will be confirmed using parent and teacher-based surveys and an in-lab EEG diagnostic visit (2-hour session)
Non-ADHD study: Recruiting right-handed children without ADHD (12-16 yo). Study involves at home iPad-based video game play for 30 days and requires up to 4 visits to UCSF (2 prior to video game play and to after game play) and then a 6-month follow up, each visit lasting about 2 hours.
At end of either study, you will be compensated at a rate of $15/hour for your total time commitment, up to $500.
Studies Contact: Mira Lowenstein