Completed research projects at KIND
On this page you can find research- and developmental projects completed at KIND. Most of our projects are about ADHD or autism spectrum conditions.
Sven Bölte's research group
Integrated Internet-Based Environment for Social Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Conditions. Read more about ASC-Inclusion.
AuTrain supports improving the situation of people with ASD – Autism Spectrum Disorder – by using digital learning solutions for implementing an online-based training course for “autism officers”. Read more about AuTrain.
EU-AIMS - identification of markers of autism
The study aim was to identify cognitive and biological markers of autism that may facilitate an earlier and more accurate diagnosis, prognosis, and development of new therapies/medications. Read more about EU-AIMS.
KITE - Neurofeedback and working memory training
KITE is a comparative, randomized and controlled study focusing on the question: Does Neurofeedback and Working Memory Training Improve Core Symptoms of ADHD in Children and Adolescents? Read more about KITE.
Terje Falck-Ytter's research group
In BabyTwins, we are investigating the contribution of genetic and environmental factors to individual differences in a variety of traits in infancy. Read more about BABYTWINS.
COST - Enhancing the scientific study of early autism
A network to improve research, services and outcomes. Read more about COST.
iTWIN is a collaboration between Karolinska Institutet, Indiana University (USA) and the University of Gothenburg. The purpose of the study is to understand the contribution of genes and environments to individual differences in attentional functions, assessed with eye tracking. Read more about iTWIN.