We are developing and testing a brain-training programme to improve control of attention and action in people with ADHD. We are inviting anyone with symptoms of ADHD between the ages of 8 and 50 to help. The training programme involves a series of computer games using an eye-tracker.

The eye tracker means that you can use the direction of your eyes to control the game, instead of a game controller or mouse. We will assess your attentional and other brain processes before and after training to see whether it has made any difference to your control of attention and action.

The study takes place at the Institute of Mental Health, Jubilee Campus, at the University of Nottingham.

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