Clinical Library

Publications

The Journal of Neuroscience Methods,
The effect of environmental distractors incorporation into a CPT on sustained attention and ADHD diagnosis among adolescents, Itai Berger, Hanoch Cassuto.

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The Frontiers in HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE,
Using environmental distractors in the diagnosis of ADHD,
Hanoch Cassuto , Anat Ben – Simon, Itai Berger.

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The Frontiers in HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE , Maturational delay in ADHD: Evidence from CPT,
Itai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Merav Aboud, Hanoch Cassuto.

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Presented at The 30th International Epilepsy Congress, 2013 Conference Use of the MOXO test to evaluate the core components of ADHD in epileptic patients. Cohen, R., Halevi,A., Super,A.

Presented at The 4th World Congress on ADHD, 2013 Conference Selective effects of Methylphenidate as measured by CPT among children with ADHD. Berger, I., Matoth, I., Slobodin, O. , Cassuto, H.

The Israel Medical Association Journal, Vol 12, 2010 Objective Measures of Attention – Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder : A Pilot Study. Berger, I. , Goldzweig, G.

Presented at The 4th Annual World congress of NeuroTalk, 2013 Conference A New Continuous Performance Test for ADHD, Tested in SUD Patients; Preliminary Results from an International Multi-Site Study Van de Glind, G.

d-CPT Validity

The MOXO Test can reliably identify the presence of ADHD 


Standard Computerized Continuous Performance Tests (CPTs) are widely used to support the diagnosis of ADHD. However, their clinical benefit can be limited by both over- and under-detection of ADHD behaviors. Due to this, the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology and National Academy of Neuropsychology has advocated the development of more effective computerized diagnostic tools. (Bauer RM et al, 2012)

In a multicenter study which included over 300 children, the MOXO Test succeeded in differentiating between patients with independent clinical diagnoses of ADHD and healthy children screened for neurological and psychiatric disorders. None of the children received drug treatment during the course of the study.

This study found statistically significant differences between the ADHD and control groups across four domains tested: sustained attentiveness, hyperactivity, impulsivity and timing, demonstrating that the MOXO Test provides sensitivity and specificity which can help clinicians in the diagnostic process of attention disorders.

Leading Research Studies

Neurotech Solutions Co. is currently leading numerous studies, related to attention functions and attention deficit disorders, with the purpose of mapping and understanding the human attention spectrum.

These studies are being conducted by professionals and experts from a wide spectrum of fields: neurology, psychiatry, child development, psychology and education.

  1. Objective measures of Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder: A Pilot Study

    Partners: Hadassah University Medical Center.

    Researchers: Dr. I. Berger, Dr. G. Goldzweig

    NIH-Clinical trial: New Continuous Performance Test.

    Status: Publication

  2. MOXO d- CPT: Objective measures of Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder

    International study

    Partners: Multi center study Hadassah University Medical Center, Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands.

    Researchers: Dr. I. Berger, Prof. J. Buitelaar, Dr. N. Rommelse, Dr. H.Kasuto, J.Van der Meer

    Status: Preliminary results

  3. ADHD Children / ADHD & Depression

    Partners: Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands

    Researchers: Prof. J. Buitelaar, Dr. N. Rommelse, J.Van der Meer

    Status: Ongoing research

  4. MOXO d- CPT : Objective measures of Attention-Deficit /Hyperactivity Disorder

    Partners:Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), USA.

    Researcher: Prof. M.D. Simms

    Status: Ongoing research

  5. MOXO d- CPT : ADHD and SUD (adults)

    Partnres: ICASA – Multi center study, SUNY Upstate Medical University, USA.

    Researchers: Prof. S. Faraone, Dr.B. Johnson, Prof.C. Barta, Prof. I.Bitter, Dr. S.Kaye

    Status: Ongoing research

  6. ADHD and SUD (adults)

    Partners: ICASA – Multi center study, Semmelweis University, Hungary.

    Researchers: Prof.C. Barta, Prof. I.Bitter

    Status: Ongoing research

  7. ADHD and SUD (adults)

    Partners: ICASA – Multi center study, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia.

    Researcher: Dr. S.Kaye

    Status: Ongoing research

  8. ADHD : Medical treatment evaluation

    Partners: Hadassah University Medical Center

    Researchers: Dr.I Berger, Dr.T. Zur, Dr.S. Eduardson, Dr. K. Barrie, Dr. A. Tenenboum, Dr. H.Kasuto

    Status: Ongoing research

  9. ADHD and SUD (adults)

    Partners: ICASA – Multi center study, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland

    Researcher: Dr.Michelle Foley, Dr.Marie Claire Van Hout

    Status: Ongoing research

Join a Multi Center Study

Neurotech Solutions is committed to supporting research on ADHD that promotes an objective assessment of attention and other associated mental disorders.

Join a Multi Center Study

Qualified researchers all over the world are using the MOXO Analytics to enrich their insights and research on ADHD. The company collaborates with leading international research institutions in order to propose clinical protocols describing the effectiveness of Neurotech MOXO Analytic system in providing a clear and objective assessment of patients.

As a global leader, Neurotech Solutions is bound to furthering an understanding of human attention capabilities and contributing to research in the field. Insights drawn from the Neurotech MOXO Analytic system can help to optimally evolve treatments spanning ADHD diagnostic or related mental disorders such as depression, obesity and autism to name just a few.

If you would like more information about current research on ADHD, or would like to include the MOXO d-CPT in your work, please write to us at moxo@israph.com

Neurotech's Research Partners Worldwide

Research institute Researchers
Hadassah University Medical Center
Israel

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Dr. I Berger, Dr. T. Zur, Dr. S. Eduardson, Dr. K. Barrie, Dr. A. Tenenboum, Dr. H.Kasuto
Radboud University Medical Center, Nijmegen, Netherlands

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Prof. J. Buitelaar, Dr. N. Rommelse, J. Van der Meer
Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), USA

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Prof. M.D. Simms
ICASA

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Geurt van de Glind
SUNY Upstate Medical University,
USA

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Prof. S. Faraone, Dr.B. Johnson
Semmelweis University,
Hungary

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Prof. C. Barta, Prof. I. Bitter
National Drug and Alcohol Research Center
Australia

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Dr. S.Kaye
University of New South Wales, Australia

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Dr. S.Kaye