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Scientific Board

Sam Goldstein

Sam Goldstein, PhD is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He is the Clinical Director of the Neurology Learning and Behavior Center. The center conducts evaluations, consultation and provides treatment services to 300 individuals and families each year. Dr. Goldstein has authored over 50 trade and science texts as well as over 36 science-based book chapters and 30 peer reviewed research articles. He has also co-authored ten psychological tests.

He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders and sits on the editorial boards of 6 peer reviewed journals. He is co-editor of the Encyclopedia of Child Development. Recent books include the Handbook of Intelligence: Evolutionary Theory, Historical Perspective and Current Concepts, Handbook of Resilience – 2nd Edition, Raising Resilient Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Handbooks of Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Disorders in Children and Adults, Assessment of Intelligence and Achievement, Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Handbook of Executive Functioning, Assessment of Impairment and Managing Children’s Classroom Behavior: Creating Sustainable Resilient Classrooms. He is the co-author of the Autism Spectrum Rating Scales, Comprehensive Executive Functioning Inventory, Rating Scales of Impairment and the Cognitive Assessment System Second Edition.

He has lectured to thousands of professionals and the lay public in the U.S., South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.

César Soutullo, MD, PhD

Prof. César Soutullo is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of ADHD Outpatient Program at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, USA, McGovern Medical School, at the Louis A. Faillace MD Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He moved there in 2019, after working 20 years as Director of the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (CAP) Unit, and Training Director of the CAP Fellowship program at the University of Navarra Clinic, in Pamplona, Spain.

Prof. Soutullo graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid College of Medicine, Spain. After two years of general training (Intern al Medicine, Surgery & Emergency Medicine) in the U.K., he completed his Residency in Psychiatry, and Fellowships in Biological Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA., where he then was Assistant Professor in Clinical Psychiatry.

He completed his PhD at the University of Navarra (2002), in Psychiatry & Neurosciences and his dissertation on Phenomenology of Children at High Risk for Bipolar Disorder obtained the “Extraordinary Thesis Award”.

He received awards such as the AACAP Presidential Scholar Award, the Association for Academic Psychiatry Bristol-Myers Fellowship in Academic Psychiatry, and the Society of Biological Psychiatry Eli Lilly Fellowship Award, and has been Mentor twice in the Donald J. Cohen Fellowship.

His main research interests are ADHD, pediatric mood disorders (especially bipolar), and pediatric psychopharmacology, with research funding from national and international private and public sources. He is member of EUNETHYDIS´ Guidelines Group and of the Scientific Program Committee of the World Federation of ADHD.

Prof. Soutullo is a reviewer of 29 international journals, and is author of 98 original reports, 108 book chapters, 241 abstracts at national or international conferences and has authored or edited 22 books (H Factor: 28), and has been invited to give hundreds of talks at National and international conferences/meetings/courses.

Baris Topcular, Turkey

Baris Topcular, MD is Professor of Neurology and Chair of the Department of Neurology at Demiroglu Bilim University(DBU). He is the founder and head of the Cognitive Neurology and Movement Disorders Unit at DBU. The unit serves over 3000 patients and is one of the leading referral centers in the region. Dr. Topcular graduated from Cerrahpasa Medical School and completed his residency at Istanbul University Medical Faculty Department of Neurology.

Following his residency, Dr. Topcular worked as a physician-scientist at Basel University Department of Neurology and Pharma Zentrum. He completed the Cognitive Neurology and Movement Disorders Fellowship at Istanbul University Medical Faculty Department of Neurology in 2011. He founded the Cognitive Neurology and Movement Disorders Centers at Bakırkoy Mental Health and Neurological Disorders Hospital, and Demiroglu Bilim University. He is still working at DBU.

He published over 50 manuscripts and several book chapters and is a reviewer for over ten international peer-reviewed neurology journals. He is the developer of a cognitive rehabilitation software and consultant of several cognitive apps.
He is an executive board member and the treasurer of the Turkish Alzheimer’s Society. His main research interests include Alzheimer’s Disease, Cognitive Neurology, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Migraine, and Translational Neuroscience.

Itai Berger, Israel

Prof. Itai Berger, M.D is a specialist in Pediatric Neurology and Development, serving as the Head of Pediatric Neurology at Assuta-Ashdod University Medical Center, Israel. He moved there in 2018 after serving as the Head of Pediatric Neurology at Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center.

Prof. Berger is an associate Professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheva and as an associate Professor (adjunct) at the Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Prof. Berger’s primary clinical and research interests involve early brain development, the factors affecting it (both genetic and environmental) and the impact on long-term neuro-developmental outcome with special focus on cognitive (higher) functions. He is involved in research either with his own group or as a prominent collaborator with other research groups around the globe.

Prof. Berger is the author of more than 100 original papers published in peer-reviewed journals. He also published book chapters, edited books, serving as a reviewer for international scientific journals, published numerous abstracts at national and international conferences and is continuously invited to give lectures and talks at National and international conferences/meetings/courses. His research is funded by national and international private and public sources.

He is a member in national and international medical socirties including: the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), the Israeli Society of ADHD, and the American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD). On top of his clinical and research duties, Prof. Berger dedicates time to teaching – working with many MA, PhD, and MD students as a research mentor and closely advises and supervises students and neurologists as well as other PhD candidates on their projects, also teaching several courses in both Universities.

Prof. Berger served as a medical-scientific advisor for several companies, and was the advisor for the founding team of Neurotech-Solutions helping to validate the MOXO-CPT.

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Research & Publications

Neurotech is extensively involved in ongoing clinical studies led by key opinion leaders around the globe in various areas of ADHD, such as: malingering, mood disorders, anxiety, other disorders and co-morbidities. We strive to convey the most updated knowledge to our clients and keep you updated in recent developments.

We welcome leading researchers to share new ideas and thoughts with us concerning the area of attentional difficulties

Validating Embedded Validity Indicators of Feigned ADHD-Associated Cognitive Impairment Using the MOXO-d-CPTD Winter, Y BrawSage Journals2022Read documentFeigned cognitive impairment, Malingering
The South African Society of Psychiatrists/Psychiatry Management Group management guidelines for adult attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorderR Schoeman, R LiebenbergPubmed2017Read document
The role of omega-3 fatty acids in developmental psychopathology: a systematic review on early psychosis, autism, and ADHDC Agostoni, M Nobile, V Ciappolino, G Delvecchio Research Gate2017Read documentComorbidity, assessment
Physical activity and cognitive aspects of self-regulation in preschool-aged children: A systematic reviewAP Wood, VG Nocera, TJ Kybartas, DP CoeMdpi2020Read documentKids, inhibition , development
Noninvasive brain stimulation in children and adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysisSJ Westwood, J Radua, K RubiaPubmed2021Read document
Neurotherapeutics for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): A Review. Cells 2021, 10, 2156K Rubia, S Westwood, PM Aggensteiner, D BrandeisPubmed2021Read document
Neurostimulation in treating ADHD Heng Chun Wong & Rashid Zaman Psychiatria Danubina, 2019Read document
Lisdexamfetamine Alters BOLD-fMRI Activations Induced by Odor Cues in Impulsive ChildrenSilvia S Hidalgo Tobón, Pilar Dies Suárez, Eduardo Barragán Pérez, Javier M Hernández López, Julio García, Benito de Celis AlonsoPub Med2020Read documentKids
Impact of placebo-related instruction on HEG biofeedback outcomes in children with ADHDS SkalskiApplied Neuropsychology: Child 2021Read documentchild
The moderator role of resilience in the relationship between post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and suicide in firefightersŞavklı, YücelDSpace2021Read documentPTSD, Trauma, Suicide
Detection of Sluggish Cognitive Tempo with d-CPT in children with ADHDŞenay Kılınçel, Miraç Barış Usta20212021Read document
Similarities and differences in childhood ADHDand ASB: A review studyGamze ŞenJournal of Early Childhood studies2020Read documentComorbidity, Kids, development
Associated Psychiatric Disorders in Adults with High-Functioning ASDShirley PortugueseSpringer2019Read documentassessment , Comorbidity
Acute and chronic sleep deprivation in residents: Cognition and stress biomarkersShoham Choshen-Hillel, , Ahmad Ishqer, Fadi Mahameed, Joel Reiter, David Gozal, Alex Gileles-Hillel, Itai Berger Pubmed2021Read document
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Neurofibromatosis Type 1: Evaluation with a Continuous Performance TestRony Cohen, Ayelet Halevy, Sharon Aharon, Avinoam ShuperJournal of Clinical Neurology2017Read documentComorbidity
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in patients with cystic fibrosisMalena Cohen-Cymberknoh, Tzlil Tanny, Oded Breuer, Hannah Blau, Huda Mussaffi, Diana Kadosh, Silvia Gartner, Alma Salinas, Lea Bentur, Vered Nir, Michal Gur, Joel Reiter, David Shoseyov, Eitan Kerem, Itai BergerJournal of Cystic fibrosis2017Read documentComorbidity
Age-Related Changes in Distractibility: Developmental Trajectory of Sustained Attention in ADHDItai Berger ,Ortal Slobodin, Hanoch Cassuto Journal of Attentional disorders2015Read documentAdolescents, Distractors, development , assessment
Beating Their Chests: University Students With ADHD Demonstrate Greater Attentional Abilities on an Inattentional Blindness ParadigmEphraim S. Grossman, Yaakov S. G. Hoffman, Itai Berger, Ari Z. ZivotofskyPsyc Net2015Read documentassessment , inhibition , Distractors
Differential Diagnosis in Patients with Substance Use Disorder and/or attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Using Continuous Performance TestOrtal Slobodin, Matthijs Blankers, Máté Kapitány-Fövény, Sharlene Kaye, Itai Berger, Brian Johnson, Zsolt Demetrovics, Wim van den Brink, Geurt van de GlindEuropean Addiction research2020Read documentinhibition , drugs
Gender Differences in Objective and Subjective Measures of ADHD Among Clinic-Referred ChildrenOrtal Slobodin, Michael DavidovitchFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2019Read documentassessment , Kids
Individualized Neurofeedback Training May Help Achieve Long-Term Improvement of Working Memory in Children With ADHDGrażyna Łebecka, Paweł DobrakowskiSAGE- Journal of Attentional disorders2020Read documentEEG, assessment
Maturational delay in ADHD: evidence from CPTItai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Merav Aboud, Julia Melamed, Hanoch CassutoFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2013Read documentKids, assessment
Monitoring Attention in ADHD with an Easy-to-Use Electrophysiological IndexGoded Shahaf, Uri Nitzan, Galit Erez, Shlomo Mendelovic, Yuval BlochFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2018Read documentEEG, drugs
The dynamics of attentional and inhibitory functions in the presence of distracting stimuli in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, high-functioning autism and oppositional defiant disorderAneta Rita BorkowskaPsychiatr Psychol Klin2016Read documentComorbidity, inhibition
The effect of alpha-linolenic acid supplementation on ADHD symptoms in children: a randomized controlled double-blind studyGal Dubnov-Raz, Zaher Khoury, Ilana Wright, Raanan Raz, Itai BergerFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2014Read documentKids, drugs
The effect of environmental distractors incorporation into a CPT on sustained attention and ADHD diagnosis among adolescentsItai BergerJournal of Neuroscience Methods2013Read documentAdolescents, Sustained attention, Distractors
The effect of physical activity on spatial perception and attention in early childhoodSima Zach, Varda Inglis, Orly Fox, Itay Berger, Ayelet StahlScience Direct2015Read documentSustained attention, Kids
Usefulness and Validity of Continuous Performance Tests in the Diagnosis of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ChildrenItai Berger, Ortal Slobodin, Hanoch CassutoOxford University Press2017Read documentassessment , Sustained attention, Kids, Comorbidity
Using environmental distractors in the diagnosis of ADHDHanoch Cassuto, Anat Ben-Simon, Itai BergerFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2013Read documentDistractors
A Machine-Based Prediction Model of ADHD Using CPT DataOrtal Slobodin, Inbal Yahav, Itai BergerFrontiers in Human Neuroscience2020Read documentKids, assessment , Machine learning
Detection of Feigned ADHD Using the MOXO-d-CPTTomer Elbaum, Michael Wagner, Yuri Rassovsky, Braw Yoram, Astar Lev, Corinne BergerJournal of attentional disorders2019Read documentMalingering, Feigned cognitive impairment
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Integrating the MOXO-dCPT with an Eye Tracker Enhances Diagnostic PrecisionTomer Elbaum, Yuri Rassovsky, Braw Yoram, Astar LevSensors2020Read documentEye movements
Eye Tracking During a Continuous. Performance Test: Utility for Assessing. ADHD PatientsTomer Elbaum, Yuri Rassovsky, Braw Yoram, Astar LevJournal of Attentional Disorders2020Read documentEye movements
Relationship between biochemical markers and domains of d-CPT test in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorderÇetin, Fatih Hilmi; Türkoǧlu, SerhatProQuest2019Read documentComorbidity, Kids, Adolescents
Utility of continuous performance test (MOXO-CPT) in children with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease, dialysis and kidney transplantationBahar Büyükkaragöz, A Şebnem Soysal Acar, Mesiha Ekim, Umut Selda Bayrakçı, Mehmet Bülbül, Aysun Çaltık Yılmaz, Sevcan A BakkaloğluPubmed2022Read documentComorbidity
The Utilization of d-CPT Test in Differentiation of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Anxiety Disorders in ChildrenSarper Taskiran, Bengi Semerci, Isin Sanli, Aslihan OzcanPsychiatry and Clinical Psychopharmacology2015Read documentDistractors, Kids
Probable role of listening therapy in the management of ADHD symptoms: Three case studiesPinar Dursun, Ugur Fidan & Saban Karayagiz Springer Link2021Read document
ADHD from Chıldhood to AdulthoodZeynep Gamze KalkanlıInternational Journal of Social Science And Human Research2021Read documentAdolescents, Kids
Examining the Effect of Transcranial Electrical Stimulation and Cognitive Training on Processing Speed in Pediatric Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A …Ornella Dakwar-Kawar, Itai Berger, Snir Barzilay, Ephraim S Grossman, Roi Cohen Kadosh, Mor NahumPubmed2022Read documentKids
Detection of Sluggish Cognitive Tempo with d-CPT in children with ADHDŞenay Kılınçel, Miraç Barış UstaResearch Gate2021Read documentKids
Individualized Neurofeedback Training May Help Achieve Long-Term Improvement of Working Memory in Children With ADHDPaweł Dobrakowski, Grażyna ŁebeckaPubmed2020Read documentKids
Regulatory T cells in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A case-control studyFatih Hilmi Çetin, Hülya Uçaryılmaz, Halit Necmi Uçar, Hasibe Artaç, Hasan Ali Güler, Sevde Afife Duran, Kübra Kılınç, Serhat TürkoğluPubmed2021Read document
Clinical use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in children and adolescents: a retrospective chart reviewNeslişah Güra, Şafak Eraya, Ayşe Pınar Vurala and Deniz SığırlıProquest2021Read documentAdolescents
Evaluation of Frontal Lobe FunctionFerda Korkmaz Özkanoğlu, M  Psychiatry and Clinical Psychopharmacology2017Read document
Null tDCS effects in a sustained attention task: the modulating role of learningNoa Jacoby and Michal LavidorFrontiers in psychology2018Read document
Increased prevalence of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder symptomatology in patients with familial Mediterranean feverEran Lavi, Aus Maree, Eli M Eisenstein, Isaiah Wexler, Itai Berger, Yackov BerkunModern Rheumatology2021Read document
Paediatric cystic fibrosis patients' attitudes and beliefs regarding risky health behavioursRebecca Keyte, Helen Egan, Michail Mantzios, Craig Andrew JacksonResearch gate2017Read documentComorbidity
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms, sensation-seeking, and sensory modulation dysfunction in substance use disorder: a cross sectional two-groupNaama Assayag, Itai Berger, Shula Parush, Haim Mell, Tami Bar-ShalitaResearch gate2022Read document
Impact of placebo-related instruction on HEG biofeedback outcomes in children with ADHDSebastian SkalskiPubmed2022Read documentKids
Postural control and posture-unrelated attention control in advanced age—An exploratory studyYael Netz, Aviva Zeev, Ayelet DunskyPubmed2018Read document
The effect of a four-week, web-based visual skills training program on attention, timing and eye-hand coordination in 13 to 15-year-old adolescentsOnat Çetin Yalova, M Abcde Yunus Emre Bağış, Gurhan SunaResearch gate2019Read document
Comparing MOXO ADDH test results and clinical Diagnosed ADHDGözde OKUMUŞ, Arzu ÖNAL SÖNMEZ, Hale KAHYAOĞLU, Ayten ERDOĞANJournal od Social and Humanities research2017Read documentKids, Adolescents
Improving attention and percpetion with hearing exercisesMehmet Üsame KARAOSMANAcikerism2021Read documentKids, Adolescents
Listening/Sound Therapy and Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Two Case ReportsPınar DURSUN, İbrahim SÖYLEMEZ, Uğur FİDANJournal of Traditional Medical Complementary Therapies2020Read document
Eye tracking during a continuous performance test: Utility for assessing ADHD patientsAstar Lev, Yoram Braw, Tomer Elbaum, Michael Wagner, Yuri RassovskyPubmed2022Read documentEye movements, assessment
Feigned ADHD Associated Cognitive Impairment: Utility of Integrating an Eye-trAcker and the MOXO-dCPTAstar Lev, Tomer Elbaum, Corinne Berger, Yoram BrawJournals Sage2021Read documentEye movements, Feigned cognitive impairment, Malingering
Technological tools for the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD disorderMA Fernández, MD Morillo, N Gilibert…Medica2022Read documentKids
Utilization of the MOXO CPT for ADHD disorder as an evaluation toolMalkoç, Gökhan Kırnaz, SelinAcikerisim2018Read document
Possible age-related progression of attentional impairment in ADHD and its attenuation by past diagnosis and treatmentYael Netz, Aviva Zeev, Ayelet DunskyScience Direct2018Read document
Primary School Children's Self-Reports of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder-Related Symptoms and Their Associations With Subjective and Objective …O Slobodin, M DavidovitchPubmed2022Read documentKids, Adolescents
Probable role of listening therapy in the management of ADHD symptoms: Three case studiesPinar Dursun-Karsli, Ugur Fidan, Şaban KarayağızResearch Gate2021Read documentAdolescents
Scaffolding the attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder brain using transcranial direct current and random noise stimulation: A randomized controlled trialI Berger, O Dakwar-Kawar, ES Grossman…Science Direct2021Read document
Vigilance, inhibitory control and regional cerebral blood oxygenation in the PFC-differences in ADHD types of presentationsS Skalski, P DobrakowskiPubmed2020Read document
Utility of continuous performance test (MOXO-CPT) in children with pre-dialysis chronic kidney disease, dialysis and kidney transplantationBahar Büyükkaragöz, A Şebnem Soysal Acar, Mesiha Ekim, Umut Selda Bayrakçı, Mehmet Bülbül, Aysun Çaltık Yılmaz, Sevcan A BakkaloğluPubMed2022Read documentComorbidity
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