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WebMD – 01/08/2010

“Children with ADHD have trouble controlling impulsive behaviour; now software designers have come up with a game that forces a child to concentrate to keep playing – which helps to train the brain to control impulses while having fun. Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire’s School of Psychology have been testing the game called Play Attention which uses EEG (Electroencephalography) biofeedback by detecting brain waves. The developers say it uses NASA technology to help make your mind become the mouse, and that it is already in use in 450 US schools.” Pdf(Read more)

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