Not only do children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) frequently struggle with memory and speed of information processing, they also navigate deficits in social cognition and self-esteem. Mainstream approaches to treating ADHD such as central nervous system stimulants and behavioral therapy do not adequately address these struggles. Although several companies market computerized brain training software for children with ADHD, these games also fall short in remediating the multiple cognitive and emotional deficits found in ADHD.
In a review of ADHD intervention research published in one the latest issues of the Journal of Mental Health and Clinical Psychology, US researchers suggest that humans—not computers—are best suited for delivering brain training to children diagnosed with ADHD.
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