Neurophysiological and -psychological effects of low vs. high-intensity running in adults with ADHD

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Research objective

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common developmental conditions that also affects adults. However, therapeutic approaches have so far focused on children and adolescents and are often insufficient. Exercise could be a promising addition here - both for children and adults. But how exactly does running affect ADHD symptoms? And how should we design the training to achieve optimal effects? In this research project, we investigate different training methods (continuous vs. interval) and exercise intensities (moderate vs. intensive) during running and analyze the psychological and neurophysiological effects.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01.02.2431.01.25

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