Projects A - Z

Ongoing research and development projects at KIND.

Project and principal

Adults with ADHD
Interventions for adults with ADHD and their significant others
Tatja Hirvikoski


ADHD and severe substance use disorder 
ADHD and severe substance use disorder (SUD) in compulsory care: Characterization, treatment and long-term outcome
Tatja Hirvikoski


ASC-Inclusion
Internet based environment for social inclusion of children with autism spectrum conditions
Sven Bölte


AuTrain
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”
Sven Bölte


BABYTWINS
Genetic and environmental factors - individual differences
Terje Falck-Ytter


EASE
Early Autism Sweden
Terje Falck-Ytter


EU-AIMS
Developing new medications for autism spectrum disorder
Sven Bölte


FEFA 2
Emotion recognition
Sven Bölte


ICF Core Sets
Development of ICF Core Sets for ADHD and autism spectrum disorder
Sven Bölte


Interventions for parents with ADHD
Tatja Hirvikoski

 

iTWIN
Attentional functions assessed with eye tracking
Terje Falck-Ytter


KIND Genomics
Genetic factors in NDDs
Kristiina Tammimies


KITE
Neurofeedback and working memory training
Sven Bölte


KONTAKT
Social skills training for children with autism spectrum conditions
Sven Bölte


NEUROPSYK
Health Care Quality Registry for Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Sven Bölte


Nutritional factors and autism
Breast feeding patterns and other nutritional factors and autism in small children
Rochellys Diaz Heijtz


Quality of early intervention for children with autism
A study about knowledge and attitudes towards EIBI (early intensive intervention) in autism
Sven Bölte


RATSS
The Roots of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Sven Bölte


Swedish versions of the ADOS and the ADI-R
Reliability and validity of the Swedish versions of the ADOS and the ADI-R
Sven Bölte



The Synesthesia Twin Project


Transition
Case management in the transition from adolescence to adulthood for individuals diagnosed with ADHD and/or ASD
Sven Bölte