New study published from Ohio State University using Cogmed on Children with ADHD

Posted: November 30, 2010 – A study was published this month in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology by researchers at Ohio State University. The study examined the efficacy of Cogmed training on 52 children (7-17) with ADHD and other comorbid diagnoses from a private school. The researchers saw significant improvement vs. the control group in inattention, organization, working memory, and other general ADHD symptoms.

This study adds to the accumulating research demonstrating the efficacy of Cogmed in improving working memory and thus improving ADHD symptoms and Executive Functions.

Click here to read the abstract