Other Research

 

Study Title : Evaluating the impact of a wearable on Anxiety and Focus amongst adults with ADHD.


London South Bank University
are investigating the effects of a wearable device on anxiety and focus amongst young adults with ADHD. We are looking to recruit 18-25-year olds with ADHD to take part in a study on the effects of using the wearable device.


What will I have to do?
You will be asked to complete some baseline measures online, after which the device will be provided by post. You will be asked to use the device during waking hours for 8 weeks and will be followed up online at 4- and 8-week time points.


What are the benefits of taking part?
You could receive up to £55 for contributing to this unintrusive, drug-free study.


Who should I contact?
You can take part in the first phase of the study by following this link


Alternatively, you can find out more information by contacting Georgina Bartlett (bartleg2@lsbu.ac.uk)

 

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Study Title : Disordered eating behaviours and associated lifestyles in people with and without ADHD

Edinburgh University

This research project aims to investigate whether and to what extent particular characteristics of ADHD are related to disordered eating behaviours and to explore the potential factors that lead to particular eating behaviours in people with and without a diagnosis of ADHD. The online survey is completely anonymous and it is run by the Department of Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh.

Are you over 16s, with/without ADHD, and want to contribute to our research about the link between eating behaviours and ADHD? Complete this survey and you might win £50 Amazon voucher!

Survey Link

https://edinburgh.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8q9wlCRMyPTil2l

Your contribution would be truly valuable! By completing this anonymous online survey you will be helping our research team to better understand the relationship between ADHD and disordered eating, characteristics, which may lead to prevention strategies for disordered eating behaviours conditions.

Contact details:

Hasan Huseyin Ates

School of Health in Social Science, Clinical Psychology

The University of Edinburgh

Hasan.ates@ed.ac.uk

 

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ADHD and exercise research study

The Department of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London is looking for adults with a diagnosis of ADHD aged 18-35 to participate in a research study examining the effects of cardio and non-cardio exercise on attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity and reward learning.

 

Participation is completely voluntary, and you will receive a £22 Amazon voucher as ‘thank you’ for your time. To read more about the study and complete the initial 10-minute online questionnaire, please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/ExerciseADHD. After this step, if you are eligible, we will contact you to arrange a suitable time for you to attend a 2-hour testing session at Guy’s Campus, London Bridge, where you will do some computer tasks and exercise.

This study will run until 2021

If you have any questions, please contact the Research Assistant on the study: Larisa Dinu, Larisa.Dinu@kcl.ac.uk.

 

  • Is exercise an acceptable and feasible treatment for ADHD?

The Department of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London is looking for adults with a diagnosis of ADHD aged 18 years and above to participate in an anonymous, 20-minute online survey investigating the acceptability and feasibility of exercise as a potential treatment for managing ADHD. To find out more and participate in the study, please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/ExerciseForADHD.

 

Participation is completely voluntary and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher as a ‘Thank you’ for your time.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Research Assistant on the study: Larisa Dinu, Larisa.Dinu@kcl.ac.uk.

 

  • Understanding exercise habits in ADHD

The Department of Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (IoPPN), King’s College London is looking for adults with a diagnosis of ADHD aged 18-55 to participate in an anonymous, online 25-minute online survey which seeks to understand exercise habits in individuals with a diagnosis of ADHD. To find out more about the study and participate in the online survey, please follow this link: https://www.tinyurl.com/adhdexercisestudy.

 

Participation is completely voluntary and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher as a ‘Thank you’ for your time.

 

If you have any questions, please contact the Research Assistant on the study: Larisa Dinu, Larisa.Dinu@kcl.ac.uk.