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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Technology research for neurodivergent conditions is largely shaped by research aims which privilege neuro-normative outcomes. As such, there is an epistemic imbalance in meaning making about these technologies. We conducted a critical literature review of technologies designed for people with ADHD, focusing on how ADHD is framed, the research aims and approaches, the role of people with ADHD within the research process, and the types of systems being developed within Computing and HCI. Ourdoi:10.1145/3491102.3517592 fatcat:yz3ljcrxcnbnhgyz3jax4umm2y