How to Think About Cogmed Research Related to ADHD and Working Memory Deficits
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  • How to Think About Cogmed Research Related to ADHD and Working Memory Deficits

    The conceptual structure of this webinar is based upon a chapter published by Shinaver & Entwistle (2015) called “Computerized Cognitive Training based upon Neuroplasticity". Part of what we will provide is a framework for how to think about the data with Cogmed studies on ADHD & WM deficits. Additionally, in this webinar we will differentiate between Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and working memory deficits. We will cover more general research on these topics as well as Cogmed-specific research on these populations.

    Reference: Shinaver, C.S. III & Entwistle, P.C. (2015). “Computerized Cognitive Training based upon Neuroplasticity". In N. Dewan "Mental Health Care in a Digital World: A Clinicians Guide". New York, NY: Springer

    Date: Feb 24, 2016 - Time: 01:30 PM EST

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