Novel Brain Training Game May Reduce Kids' ADHD Symptoms

 ADHD in the News 2016-03-10

Investigators used a novel feed-forward modeling (FFM) system, which employs a computer game to illustrate desired future behaviors or a path toward a goal via electroencephalogram-based adaptation, thus encouraging the restructuring of behaviors and actions. They found it reduced ADHD symptoms by approximately one third and significantly improved the number of math problems that could be solved in a given period.