San Carlos, California 94070

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This study intends to establish a relationship between oculovestibular eye tracking measures, measures of ADHD, and medication prescribed for ADHD.

Study summary:

This study will use a predictive visual tracking paradigm (SyncThink EYE-SYNC eye tracking paradigm) to dynamically capture the participants' attentional state. It will examine the validity of the eye tracking paradigm in identifying the disruption in attentional networks caused by ADHD by examining the association between eye tracking performances and well-established standardized measures of ADHD.


Inclusion Criteria: - Men and women ages 6-70 seeking evaluation and treatment for ADHD. Exclusion Criteria: - Clinical diagnosis of a neurological condition including the following: stroke, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, brain tumor/cancer, dyslexia, nystagmus and/or other major neurological condition. - Clinical diagnosis of any of the following eye-sight abnormalities: uncorrected amblyopia, uncorrected myopia, uncorrected presbyopia, uncorrected farsightedness or uncorrected Astigmatism. - Psychiatric history with any of the following: - LIFETIME: Clinical diagnosis of a psychotic disorder; bipolar disorder - LAST YEAR: Clinical diagnosis of major depressive disorder; PTSD; clinical diagnosis of substance abuse disorder; major anxiety disorder - Use of a psychotropic medication - Impairment of cranial nerves II-VI - Participants who receive a 'Poor' or 'Fair' eye tracking quality result on either their baseline or follow-up evaluations will be excluded from analysis. Subjects may not repeat participation



Primary Contact:

Benjamin Cheyette, M.D.,Ph.D.
Phone: 650.278.1814

Backup Contact:


Location Contact:

San Carlos, California 94070
United States

Benjamin Cheyette, M.D., Ph.D.
Phone: 650-278-1814

Site Status: Recruiting

Data Source:

Date Processed: August 02, 2021

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