Research Project – How children with ADHD use mental imagery

Here at ADHD Richmond & Kingston we are often contacted by researchers looking for participants for their research programs. Here’s one of the latest.

How children with ADHD use mental imagery led by Kathryn Bates 

  • Research is investigating how mental imagery, or seeing with the mind’s eye, develops and how this relates to attention, memory and mathematics ability
  • Participants ages 8 -16 years – must have a primary diagnosis of ADHD (co-morbidities welcome)
  • Time needed from participants – 2 hours only
  • Location – Institute of Education in Bloomsbury – nearest stations: Euston or Kings Cross
  • Participants will take part in various computer games and work 1 to 1 with the researcher
  • They will receive a Young Scientist certificate and a book voucher for their contribution to research
  • Email kathryn.bates.16@ucl.ac.uk to book a slot!

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