Early Signs of ADHD

About the Study

The general objective of this study is to identify neuromotor signs early stages of ADHD, or the signs highlighted during the first year of life. We are testing the hypothesis that neuromotor development and motor repertoire in the first year of life is altered in babies at risk of developing ADHD. We evaluate home videos of children between 8 and 18 years old from their first year of life. All families are invited to participate, including those with children with a diagnosis of ADHD and typically developing. 

More information about participation in the ADHD study: 

Contact: Sabrina Delsecco sdelsecco@fsm.unipi.it

Pisa SMILE Lab

Email: pisasmilelab@fsm.unipi.it

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