Study Overview

  • Study director: Raun Melmed, MD 

  • Recruiting: Yes 

  • Study Title: An adjunct study to assess guided ADHD therapy for managing the extent and severity of symptoms 

  • Condition: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 

  • Purpose: To assess the efficacy and safety of an at-home, game-based digital therapy on clinical symptoms of adult patients with ADHD. 


Inclusion criteria

  • 18-21 years old 

  • Diagnosed Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (combined or inattentive type) 

  • Moderate-to-severe inattentive, hyperactive, or compulsive symptoms 

  • Current, stable use of ADHD medication 

Exclusion criteria

  • Unstable psychiatric diagnosis other than ADHD 

  • Previous use of videogame-like digital therapy or used cognitive/brain training platform within the last three years 

  • Motor conditions that affect ability to play video game 

  • History of seizures or tics

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What is Involved? 

  • Device Usage: Participants will be provided with a tablet loaded within the therapeutic game. Participants will play the game for 15-25 minutes per day, 5 days a week for 9 weeks of treatment 

  • Frequency of visits: 5 visits (2 in-clinic, 3 telehealth) over the course of 3 months 

  • Costs: No costs will be charged for any of the study procedures.  

  • Payment: In return for the time, effort, and travel expenses, participants will be compensated $225 if the study is completed. 

Location and Contact Information 

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