To Whom It May Concern:

Thank you for your interest in the UC Riverside Study on Assessment and Training
of Cognitive Function.  We are recruiting children and adolescents that have mental
health conditions that impact cognitive function and participants with normal
cognitive function to serve as age matched controls for a new research project with
the goal of improving cognitive function. The program was designed by researchers
at the University of California Riverside, led by Dr. Aaron Seitz, an expert in learning
and cognition. This program is a video game based upon research in psychology,
neuroscience, and computer science, and is played on an electronic device.

Participant requirements:
-One pre-training assessment, one post-training assessment.
-Completion of 15-60 training sessions, ranging from 10-60 minutes 3-5 times per
week. Exact protocol will depend on the current study, and will be described to you.
-Correspondence with researchers by phone, email or home visit.

If you are interested in learning more about the study, and are able meet all the
participant requirements, please contact Mima Laptes-Frangu by email
mlapt001@ucr.edu or phone 909-979-9904 (calls and voice messages) or
310-880-1368 (calls and text messages).
I am happy to endorse this research project. There is definitely a link
between ADD/ADHD and working memory which may improve with this
Please consider participating in this exciting study!!!