Covidence (a web-based systematic review program that aims to make evidence synthesis a more proficient process, www.covidence.org) was used for the selection of articles. Randomized controlled clinical trials (RCT) or non-randomized controlled clinical trials that conducted VR-based interventions in children with a diagnosis of ADHD and that had been published in English or Spanish were included. Studies using immersive or semi-immersive VR or AR for the improvement of cognitive functioning were also selected. Articles (1) that did not include children or adolescents with ADHD; (2) that did not include VR-based interventions or AR, with robots or simple SG; (3) that were case series; (4) that were RCT protocols or clinical-trial protocols that did not present results; or (5) that focused on the application of VR exclusively to the educational field as a method of teaching a subject, were excluded.

No restrictions were placed on the minimum sample size of the studies or on the follow-up time. Two independent reviewers selected studies and extracted relevant data (A.T.-G. and D.R.-A.). Discrepancies were resolved by a third independent reviewer (M.C.R.-M.).

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