Study for Children Who Daydream, Are Slow Moving, and/or Seem to Be "In a Fog"
Why are we doing this research?
Cincinnati Children’s is conducting a research study, sometimes known as a clinical trial or clinical study, to learn more about how children with specific attention difficulties differ from other children, in their cognitive and sleep functioning.
Who can participate?
Children 8 to 12 years old who daydream, are slow moving, and/or seem to be “in a fog” may be eligible to participate.
- ADD - ADHD
- Healthy Babies Children and Teens
- Mental Health
What will happen in the study?
Your child will be in this study for up to 3 months. It includes 2 study visits and 1 or 2 optional study visits.
If interested in having your child participate, a member of the study staff will tell you about all the procedures that will happen during the study visits. A member of the study staff will also review the study consent form with you and be sure that all of your questions are answered.
What are the good things that can happen from this research?
Your child may receive no direct benefit from participating in this study. However, your and your child’s participation in this study may help us learn more about children with attention difficulties. Also, as part of this research study, you will receive results from a mental health evaluation and intelligence testing at no charge.
What are the bad things that can happen from this research?
The risks from participation in this study are minimal.
Possible risks and discomforts will be discussed with parents or guardians interested in learning more about the study.
Will you/your child be paid to be in this research study?
Families may receive up to $100 for time and effort.