2) What games/apps do you not like to play?
3) How often do you play games/apps?
4) How long do you play?
If you are interested, please read the consent information below. To continue to the survey, please answer "yes" or "no" to the question at the bottom of the page.
Thank you for your interest in our research study being conducted by Drs. Mark Cohen and
Agatha Lenartowicz, from the Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Behavior at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). We are conducting a research study, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), to learn what types of computer games adults with ADHD play so that we can use that information in the design of a mobile-app for training attention in
adults with ADHD. You were selected as a possible participant in this study because you are an adult (between the ages of 18-40 years old) who may have ADHD. Your participation in this research study is voluntary.
There are no anticipated risks or discomforts. You will not directly benefit from your participation in this study. The results of the research may lead to an improved mobile app being designed to train attention in adults with ADHD. Any information that is obtained in connection with this study and that can identify you will remain confidential. It will be disclosed only with your permission or as required by law. Confidentiality will be maintained by means of an alpha- numeric code, instead of your name, in labeling all data and information collected from you during the study, and will be stored in locked cabinets in the laboratory that only the primary investigator will be able to access. The de-identified data may be included in NIH databases and other researchers may access that information, however, personally identifiable information such as your name or date of birth will not be included.
Your rights if you take part in this study:
You can choose whether or not you want to be in this study, and you may withdraw your
consent and discontinue participation at any time. Whatever decision you make, there will be no penalty to you, and no loss of benefits to which you were otherwise entitled. You may refuse to answer any questions that you do not want to answer and still remain in the study.
Who to contact if you have questions about this study:
• The research team: If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the research, you can talk to one of the researchers. Please contact:
Dr. Agatha Lenartowicz, Ph.D.
760 Westwood Plaza, Suite 17-369
Los Angeles, CA 90095
• UCLA Office of the Human Research Protection Program (OHRPP): If you have questions about your rights while taking part in this study, or you have concerns or suggestions and you want to talk to someone other than the researchers about the study, please call the OHRPP at (310) 825-7122 or write to:
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