Computerized ADHD Testing

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Our computerized testing objectively measures the primary symptoms of ADHD: hyperactivity, inattention and impulsivity.

A motion tracking device tracks a child’s micro-movements as they work on a computerized activity that lasts about half an hour.

The patterns of motion are compared to the accuracy of the answers and the fluctuations in attention are analyzed and scored. They are then presented in comparison to typically developing children of the same age and gender.