ADHD Research Studies

CADDAC does not in any way favour or promote any of these studies or surveys, or endorse any programs or information that they may distribute; we simply list those that we come across in our resources.

We do believe that participating in research and surveys support awareness and education about ADHD, and are an excellent way to help ensure the best outcome for those lives affected by ADHD. However, CADDAC has not verified the quality of any of these individuals, programs, or the credentials of their research staff. We strongly encourage you to contact them and ask questions regarding their studies.

We ask that if you are seeking participants for a research study or survey, please supply us with the information and we will be very happy to add it to our list. The format is as follows:

Name of Study
Purpose of Research
Who Can Participate?
What is involved?
Location of Study
How Can I Join This Study?
Contact Information

Please be aware that we rely on the research coordinators to update us as to whether or not their studies or surveys have ended. If the information is out-of-date, it is because we have yet to be notified. We do our best to maintain an up-to-date listing given this limitation. If you have updates, please contact us and we will update when possible.


Comprehensive Characterization of Social-Behavioural Phenotypes of NFT1


Experiences and Perceptions of People Connected with Young People with ADHD


Understanding impulsivity and motor activity in children with and without ADHD


Healing and Recovery through Technology-Assisted Brain Training


Effects of Low-dose versus Normal-dose Psychostimulants on Executive Functions in Children with ADHD


Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Skills Training for Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder


University of Windsor Study on Facebook and Friendship


Performance Calibration in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with/without Comorbid Oppositional Defiant Behaviours and a Community Sample of Typically Developing Children


Family Taekwondo and ADHD


A Placebo Controlled Study of Homeopathic Treatment of Children and Youth with ADHD


ADHD Treatment Facility


ADHD – Attention and Communication Research Project


Strengths in ADHD Research Project


How ADHD Children Learn About, Process, and Understand Their World


Sleep and neurodevelopmental disorders: Treatment barriers and facilitators