Posted: December 9, 2010 – An article published this week on PHYSORG.com discussed the latest study on Cogmed published last month in the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology. The article highlights the findings in the study, which was conducted by researchers from Ohio State University, and discusses the findings from previous research done about Cogmed training.
The researchers found, as is stated in the article, “significant changes for students who completed the program in areas such as attention, ADHD symptoms, planning and organization, initiating tasks, and working memory”.
Co-author of the study, Steven Beck is quoted saying “This program really seemed to make a difference for many of the children with ADHD.”
As the article notes, this study adds to the increasing body of research supporting Cogmed training as a useful intervention for improving symptoms of attention deficits.