Teens aged 13-17 who have
been diagnosed with ADHD (regardless of whether
they currently have ADHD) may be eligible to
participate in this study.
We are researching the
ability of adolescents with and without ADHD to
regulate their voluntary behaviors, and the
brain mechanisms that support this kind of
cognitive control. The purpose is to determine
what parts of the brain are involved in ADHD,
and how the function of these brain regions
changes with the spontaneous improvements in
ADHD symptoms that sometimes occur during
What is involved?
Teens and their parents will be interviewed.
Teen participants will also be asked to do a
series of computer games and an MRI.
Participants will be compensated for each
session of their involvement. For more details
please speak with the study coordinator.