A diagnosis of attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is not always an easy diagnosis to determine. Some professionals may see the behavior exhibited as something else (anxiety, oppositional). A neurobiologist from the University of Barcelona has developed technology that may make it easier to diagnose ADHD.

The company that developed this technology discovered a small eye movement that can be used as “a marker to identify ADHD through next-generation eye-tracking techniques.” They call it mind tracking.“A child suspected of having ADHD would be diagnosed using eye-tracking data collected as they play a video game, a task rich in visual stimuli. Children who have the disorder have been shown to exhibit an eye movement that is impaired or distorted when compared to children without ADHD.” click for more