Processing speed training in children and adolescents

This study is about how quickly our brains help us to process and use information. This is known as processing speed. Studies have shown that processing speed can be improved in some children by playing games such as card games, computer games and board games. We would like to know if playing these games can help children with a medical condition associated with the brain (white matter integrity) improve processing speed. 

Further information about this study can be found in the information sheets below:

Participant information sheet for children and adolescents

Participant information sheet for parents and carers

Take part

This study is being conducted by Lee Gamman as part of a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Exeter, and is being supervised by Dr Jennifer Limond, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist. If your child/adolescent is aged between 6 years and 15years 11months old and is interested in taking part in the study or if you would like some further information, please email Lee Gamman at lg439@exeter.ac.uk and she will respond to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for your interest in this study.