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Understanding exercise patterns in ADHD

12 October 2020

As part of a psychology research project at King’s College London we are seeking participants aged 16-55 years who live in the UK to participate in an online survey examining the relationship between exercise patterns and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). We are seeking both participants with and without a diagnosis of ADHD to complete the survey. Participation is fully online and requires you to complete an anonymous survey which should take around 25 minutes.

Requirements

  • Living in the UK
  • Aged between 16-55 years of age
  • With or without ADHD

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Ethical approval

This project is approved by King's College London (LRS-19.20-18662) and was approved for a period of three years from 2 June 2020.

About the researcher

Dr Ellie Dommett is a neuroscientist based at King's College London. She has been researching the neural basis of ADHD for over a decade, focusing predominantly on the current drug treatments. Given the issues with current drug treatments, she is now working to look at other treatment options including exercise and diet. You can follow her research on the newly created social media accounts on twitter and instagram @ADHDResearchLab

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