The report is generated immediately.


AULA is self working. Once started the program guides the child through practice and test tasks.


The report can be personalized. Notes can be added about the child’s behavior and the clinician’s test impressions.

Clear results

Results are clearly displayed in graphics and include explanatory texts for each variable. The patient’s motor activity is represented with graphics about movements, where it is clearly shown in which precise point the child focused attention.

Facilitates communication

Reports are concise and easy to read, which helps to establish a dialogue between the clinician, parents and children.


Data are presented both in a general as well as in a detailed manner, which facilitates the detection of the source of the disorder.

Motor Activity Report

Report samples

Girl with inattention and slow reaction time.


Boy with ADHD, combined type (hyperactive, impulsive, inattentive).


Boy with slow reaction time.


Boy with impulsivity, without attention problems.


Girl without attention problems.



Studies performed with AULA show its validity, sensitivity and reliability.

AULA classifies correctly 93.5% of the cases.
AULA has a sensitivity of 95.2%.
AULA has a specificity of 91.9%.

AULA has a normative sample of approximately 1,500 children between 6 and 16 years old.


  • Normative study

    Yahaira Iriarte, Unai Diaz-Orueta, Eduardo Cueto, Paula Irazustabarrena, Flavio Banterla, and Gema Climent. J Atten Disord published 12 December 2012, 10.1177/1087054712465335.
    AULA—Advanced Virtual Reality Tool for the Assessment of Attention: Normative Study.
  • Convergent validity with Conners' CPT

    Díaz-Orueta, U., Garcia-López, C., Crespo-Eguílaz, N., Sánchez-Carpintero, R., Climent, G. & Narbona, J. (2013)
    AULA virtual reality test as an attention measure: Convergent validity with Conners’ Continuous Performance Test, Child Neuropsychology: A Journal on Normal and Abnormal Development in Childhood and Adolescence, DOI:10.1080/09297049.2013.792332.
  • Faces / Perception of differences test. Convergent validity

    ISEP Science. 04/2013 Aitziber Zulueta, Yahaira Iriarte, Unai Díaz-Orueta, Gema Climent.
    AULA NESPLORA: progress in assessing attention processes – A convergent validity study with the Faces – Perception of Differences Test, extended version [Article in Spanish].
  • Report in qualitative results using distractors

    Diaz-Orueta, U., Iriarte, Y., Climent, G. & Banterla, F.(2012)
    AULA: An ecological virtual reality test with distractors for evaluating attention in children and adolescents. Journal of Virtual Reality, 5, 1-20.
  • Sensitivity study

    Rufo-Campos, M., Cueto, E., Iriarte, Y., & Rufo-Muñoz, M. (2012)
    Sensitivity study of a new diagnostic method for ADHD: Aula Nesplora [paper in Spanish]. Paper presented at the XXXVI Annual Meeting of the Spanish Society of Pediatric Neurology, Santander, 31st May – 2nd June 2012. LINK:
  • Test-retest study

    Fernández-Fernández, M., Morillo-Rojas, M., & Alonso-Romero, L. (2012)
    Test-retest assessment of AULA Nesplora for the assessment of ADHD [Poster in Spanish]. Poster presented at the XXXVI Annual Meeting of the Spanish Society of Pediatric Neurology, Santander, 31st May – 2nd June 2012.
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