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(Participants Recruitment) Research Study on “Saccade’s impact on visual attention of children with ADHD”


This research is a collaborative effort between the Department of Psychology and the Integrated Centre For Wellbeing (I-WELL). The study aims to explore the impact of eye movements on visual attention in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The findings from this research will help educators improve attention and enhance learning effectiveness for children with ADHD.

Recruitment targets:

  1. Typically developing children and children diagnosed with ADHD (without any other specific learning needs)

  2. Students in grades 4 to 6 of primary school

  3. Native Cantonese speakers

Location: The University of Hong Kong / The Education University of Hong Kong

Participating children will be asked to complete tasks related to attention, memory, and speed-reading abilities. The assessment session will last approximately 1.5 hours, including rest breaks. Upon completion, participants will receive a concise report on their attention assessment.

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For any inquiries, please contact or call 98454016.