A Novel Neurofeedback Training Study for Children with ADHD




UPDATED February 1, 2021 – The Neurofeedback Training Study is still accepting screening forms. The Stanford Psychiatry study is expected to finish summer of 2021.

Our research group at Stanford Psychiatry is conducting a new study exploring changes in brain function in response to a novel neurofeedback training. We are looking for children ages 7-11 with a diagnosis of ADHD and/or experiencing attention problems who are interested to participate. Family will receive an honorarium of up to $300 for participation in addition to complimentary computerized cognitive training. Contact Hannah Fingerhut and Lauren Dacorro at [email protected] or 650-724-2939 for more information.

To enroll, please fill out the screening form.

For general information regarding participant rights, contact 1- 866-680-2906.

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2 Responses to A Novel Neurofeedback Training Study for Children with ADHD

  1. Pamela Fisher says:

    Has this study been completed? If so, have the results been published?

    • Thanks for you inquiry. We reached out to the research group at Stanford Psychiatry and were informed the study was completed about 6 months ago. They don’t yet have an estimated date when the results will be published. We suggest you reach out to them at [email protected] or 650-724-2939 for more information.

      Thanks – The Team at ChaddNorCal

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