The effects of stimulus control (antecedent) and contingency management (consequent) techniques were investigated. The data collection of this study has been completed. In total, parents of 92 children from all over the Netherlands participated. The results have been written up and published in scientific articles and presented at (inter)national congresses.
We are proud to report that parents are enthusiastic about the training and that positive results are found from both trainings (antecedent and consequent interventions) on (daily measures of) improving problem behaviour in children with ADHD. Antecedent-based techniques appear to be especially important in addressing inattention.