AULA is better than Conners’ CPT to differentiate between children with TDAH with and without pharmacological treatment

AULA is better than Conners’ CPT to differentiate between children with TDAH with and without pharmacological treatment

In May 2013, the study about convergent validity between AULA and Conners’ CPT (the gold standard in computerized assessment of attention), performed by Nesplora and the Clinica Universidad de Navarra, was accepted for publication in Child Neuropsychology. With the title “AULA Virtual Reality Test as an Attention Measure: Convergent Validity with Conners’ Continuous Performance Test”, that you can visit here, the article has just been selected for the Continuous Education (CE) Program of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, which offers CE credits to Child Neuropsychology readers. So, if you have not read it yet, what are you waiting for?

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