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    Monash Autism and ADHD Genetics and Neurodevelopment (MAGNET) project

    The MAGNET project aims to better understand the complex symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and why they overlap in some children.

    Psychometric Validation and Normative Data for a Virtual Reality Cognitive and Vestibular Test for Use in Sports Concussion

    Athletes with concussions may experience alterations in memory, attention, processing speed, reactive time, inhibitory control and decision-making. This study aims to determine the clinical utility of a newly developed computerised virtual reality neuropsychological test designed to detect cognitive deficits post-concussion.

    ALFI-VR - Training the vulnerable teenage brain

    This study investigates the feasibility and preliminary efficacy of a new cognitive training program using virtual reality to improve inhibitory control in teenagers experiencing elevated levels of inattention, impulsivity or hyperactivity.

    Support After Stroke with group-based classeS: The SASS study

    This study aims to test the potential effectiveness of a novel 12-week multicomponent group-based intervention for survivors of stroke living in the community to improve brain function and reduce the development of comorbidity and the risk of recurrent cardiovascular events using a randomised controlled trial design.