Domenico Tullo explores if multiple object tracking (MOT) can help train attention in students with learning disabilities. Read more about his key findings.
Domenico is a doctoral student in the Human Development Psychology program at McGill University. His research interests are centered on how attention evolves across the lifespan in both typically and atypically developing populations (i.e., autism, ADHD, Intellectual Disability). Tullo conducts both laboratory-based and school-based studies focused on assessing attention across children, adolescents and adults, as well as between normal and problematic levels of attention. He has implemented a methodology to conduct attention training studies for children and adolescents diagnosed with autism and ADHD, based on findings from these studies.