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Research

 

TYPICAL AND ATYPICAL BRAIN DEVELOPMENT (IRB # 5239)

The purpose of this study is to look at differences in the brains of children and adolescents with ADHD versus with Autism Spectrum Disorders with and without hyperactivity to better understand what causes these disorders.  For this study we are currently recruiting children between the ages of 7-15 years, who are on the Autism Spectrum.

To learn more about this study and what's involved please view our brochure

For information or to participate, contact us at: 503 494-5635 or

 

LONGITUDINAL IMAGING STUDY OF ADHD BRAIN DEVELOPMENT (IRB # 6258)

This longitudinal study follows children, ranging in age from 7 to 11, for three years to track the course of ADHD. The goal of this project is to evaluate the brain using new technologies that enable us to determine how the brain sets up its internal connections in relation to ADHD. Achieving this goal would not only give us a deeper understanding of normal development, but also a richer insight into the nature of ADHD. This is not a medication study.  Informal clinical feedback is given regarding your child's psychological results.

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