Archive for November, 2007

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Study on children with ADHD show that working memory training effects last

 

Posted: November 29, 2007 - Stephen Bozylinski, Ph.D, a clinical psychologist and director of the ADHD Clinic of Southern California, released findings from a new open label study demonstrating the effectiveness of Cogmed Working Memory Training to sustainably improve attention and executive processing in children with ADHD.

Boston Researchers Present Study Showing Working Memory Training in School Can Help Students with Attention Deficits

 

Posted: November 20, 2007 - Dr. Enrico Mezzacappa, assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard University, has presented findings from a pilot project studying the effectiveness of using Cogmed Working Memory Training in the classroom to improve attention in children with ADHD.

Munich practice brings Cogmed to Germany

 

Posted: November 18, 2007 – Cogmed announces that is it partnering for the first time with a team in Germany. Dr. Wolfgang Keeser signed on with Cogmed in November of 2007 and has a practice located in Munich, Germany.

Munich practice brings Cogmed to Germany

 

Posted: November 18, 2007 – Cogmed announces that is it partnering for the first time with a team in Germany. Dr. Wolfgang Keeser signed on with Cogmed in November of 2007 and has a practice located in Munich, Germany.

Cogmed partners with practice in Qatar: first presence in Gulf region

 

Posted: November 18, 2007 – Cogmed has signed on for the first time with a team in Qatar. Lori Bradshaw, Ph.D. trained Cogmed in November 2007. Dr. Bradshaw practices in Doha, Qatar.

Working memory training: A randomized controlled treatment study in young ADHD children

 

Researchers at the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands are examining the use of working memory training on 100 children with ADHD.

Clinical results of Cogmed’s Working Memory Training

 

The subjects were all children with ADHD undergoing Cogmed training at LA area private practice. The subjects were aged 7 to 17 at time of training. 33 subjects are included in the data for testing four weeks post training. 17 children are included in the data for testing six months post training.