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HOW ADHD CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT, PROCESS, AND UNDERSTAND THEIR WORLD

12/11/2021
Shelly-Ann McMorris

Purpose of Research
The Children’s Learning Projects Research Lab team led by Dr. James Bebko will be examining the attention difficulties often observed in ADHD via the use of multi-modal (i.e. video) stimuli, including problem-solving games, watching videos, and asking parents questions about their child(ren) to study how ADHD children learn about, process, and understand the world around them.

Who Can Participate? Children and adolescents between the ages of 6 and 16 who have been diagnosed with ADHD but never diagnosed with any form of Autism.

What is Involved? We will be examining the attention difficulties often observed in ADHD via the use of multi-modal (i.e. video) stimuli, including problem-solving games, watching videos, and asking parents questions about their child(ren). In appreciation of their participation, participants will receive a small honorarium consisting of a $10 gift card to Indigo or Chapters and a personalized research study certificate. Please follow this link to the York University Study Recruitment Poster.

Location of Study Must be located within traveling distance of York University Department of Psychology: 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario, M3J 1P3 – Behavioural Sciences Building Room 307. Partial travel/parking compensation is available upon request.

How Can I Join This Study? Contact Dr. James Bebko or Sara Oczak at the Department of Clinical-Developmental Psychology: 416-650-8495 or email: bebkolab@yorku.ca

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