Pilot SMART for Treating ADHD in Families

This project aims to develop an adaptive intervention for families where the mother has ADHD and the child is at genetic and environmental risk for ADHD. Researchers are using SMART to determine how to use behavioral training or medication for mothers separately, in sequence, or in combination, to improve the quality of parenting and prevent the progression of ADHD in children.

Principal Investigator(s): Mark Stein and Andrea Chronis-Tuscano

Location: Seattle Children’s Hospital

Funding: NIMH Project R34MH99208

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