Kids' Appetite and Attention (KAppA) Study
A research study about eating patterns and family mealtimes of children with ADHD
What is the KAppA Study?
The KAppA Study is a pilot study to understand better the eating patterns and family mealtimes of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), ages 6-11 years.
Who can participate?
- Children ages 6-11 year with and without ADHD
- A parent or guardian
What will my child and I do?
- Attend 1 visit at the Shriver Center in Waltham, MA
- Parent(s) and child are weighed and measured
- Parents complete questionnaires on their child's eating patterns, mealtime behaviors, and family mealtimes
- Parents and children will be compensated for participation
For more information or to inquire about participating, please contact:
Download the KAppA Study Flyer
UMMS IRB Docket # H-13242