Symptom Tracking for ADHD in Real Time using Smartphones
Principal Investigator: Traci Kennedy, PhD
Funding Source: Klingenstein Third Generation Foundation
The goal of the START Smart Study is to explore whether smartphones can be used to help young adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in their everyday lives by tracking and giving feedback on their behavior. This study is enrolling 50 young adults between age 18-21 with ADHD. Participants will have 2 video calls and will answer questions about their behavior on their smartphones each day for 3 weeks. The results of this study will be used to design a mobile-health intervention for young adults with ADHD.
For more information about the START Smart Study, please email STARTsmart@upmc.edu or text or call 412-732-4911.